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The Alta Via di Fundres (Pfunderer Höhenweg) High Trail: Leg 6

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  • Next to the so called "small gate" La Portella on the Alta Via high route di Fundres.
    Next to the so called "small gate" La Portella on the Alta Via high route di Fundres.
    Photo: Hannes Riegler
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difficult
Distance 20 km
8:47 h
865 m
2,351 m
A Six-Summit Day
The sixth and final leg of the Alta Via di Fundres (Pfunderer Höhenweg) high trail runs from the Rifugio Lago della Pausa (Tiefrastenseehütte) refuge to San Giorgio (St. Georgen) into the Valli di Tures e Aurina (Tauferer Ahrntal) Valleys.

From Lago della Pausa (Tiefrastensee) Lake to Portella (Kleinen Tor) Pass and continue past Cima Dodici (Zwölferspitz) Peak and to Cima di Pozzo (Putzenspitz). Continue on the same trail to Bärentaler Spitz Peak, Plattnerspitz Peak and Sambock. Stay on Trail No. 66 all the way to San Giorgio (St. Georgen), the end point of the high trail. This is the sixth and final leg of the Alta Via di Fundres (Pfunderer Höhenweg) high trail. We recommend that the total trek be covered in six legs, one leg per day. Click here for an overview of the entire Alta Via di Fundres (Pfunderer Höhenweg) high trail.

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