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Glurnser Köpfl

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  • Von Lichtenberg durch den Schnee hinauf zum Glurnser Köpfl.
    Von Lichtenberg durch den Schnee hinauf zum Glurnser Köpfl.
    Photo: Tappeiner AG
Distance 9.6 km
4:43 h
863 m
865 m
2,397 m
1,533 m
Hoch ober Lichtenberg
The trail to Glurnser Köpfl is easy and very scenic.

Tour by Reto Wiesler. The tour to the Glurnser Köpfl leads at the beginning ührt over an old alpine path only slightly uphill into the Gutfalltal (Mark. 14). After a good kilometre, signposts point to the right up to the Tschaggonhütte (Mark. 14B). This is where the steepest part of the hike begins, first in the forest until you reach the hut. From here you are in open terrain. After a short rest with a wonderful view of the Tschenglser Hochwand and the Ortler group as well as the entire Vinschgau Valley, you climb in a wide right-left curve over a small ridge to the saddle between the Plaschweller and Glurnser Köpfl. High above the Lackböden you now continue to the right (Mark. 14A) and reach the summit almost level. The magnificent panoramic view is certainly worthwhile. Descent from the Glurnser Köpfl: as ascent.


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