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The impressive Piz Boè mountain, at the right the rifugio Boè mountain hut.
Photo: Hanspaul Menara
Distance 12.9 km
Rock pyramid The giant rock fortress of Ladinia. One of the best-known and popular peaks in the Dolomites
From San Lorenzo in the Val Pusteria along theVal Badia up to the village of Corvara (1,555 m). From the Crep de Mont cable car (2,152 m), we will take route 638 to the Rifugio Ütia Kostner (2,500 m). Route 672 takes us along the scree to the beginning of the «Lichtenfelser Weg» path. The long ascent on steep rocks facilitated by fixed ropes takes us to the Piz Lech Dlacé Peak (3,009 m). We go down the ridge (2,975 m) and up the Cresta Strenta (3,120 m). We will continue southwards (with fixed ropes) past the Forcela dai Ciamorces (3,110 m) and quickly reach the peak (3,152 m, Capanna Fassa; at least 2.5 hours from the cable car). The return via the same route is quicker. Alternative route back: descending to the col, we will turn left, and then right at the intersection (easier) or left (short via ferrata) to reach the Rifugio Boè (2,871 m). We will continue on route 647 passing the peaks of Antersas (2,907 m), or to the left side on its western side (a section along an exposed via
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