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Through the Duron Valley to the Alpe di Siusi

Snowshoeing · Val di Fassa
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  • Schneeschuhwandern auf der Seiser Alm - durch das Durontal auf die Hochfläche.
    Schneeschuhwandern auf der Seiser Alm - durch das Durontal auf die Hochfläche.
    Photo: Maurizio Capobussi
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Distance 14.1 km
5:41 h
763 m
510 m
2,188 m
1,425 m
Far from the hustle and bustle of the slopes
A fascinating snowshoe hike through the Duron Valley. You start in Campitello in the Fassa Valley and climb up to the Micheluzzi Hut (1860 m) in a good hour.

The road to the Micheluzzi Hut is normally trodden or cleared after each snowfall and can therefore be walked without snowshoe equipment. However, if you want to go deeper into the Duron Valley, you have to strap on your snowshoes away from the hut. At the end of the valley you find yourself in a unique atmosphere, the Rosszähne on the right and the Molignon on the left appear in a magical light. Further to the right, the Plattkofel (3181 m) shines in all its beauty. The deeply snow-covered Duron valley surprises with an extraordinary landscape panorama, especially in the upper section. Our path continues up to the Mahlknechtjoch (2168 m), a majestic vantage point, above the Alpe di Siusi with a view of the Geisler peaks and the Ötztal Alps further away. After crossing the Joch, head to the Dialer mountain inn (2054 m) just behind it, where you can stop for a leisurely lunch. Now take the toboggan run on foot or by toboggan downhill to Saltria (1690 m) and by bus to Compatsch. The


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