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Neunerspitzensteig (Neunerspitze, 2968 m)

Via Ferrata · Kronplatz
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  • Kurzer aber luftiger Klettersteig auf die Neunerspitze.
    Kurzer aber luftiger Klettersteig auf die Neunerspitze.
    Photo: Martin Braito
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Distance 19.2 km
10:21 h
1,512 m
1,512 m
2,957 m
1,542 m
Short and jagged
Overall, a rewarding but very long tour that requires a good level of fitness. The short, jagged via ferrata is more of a secondary matter; the view and the surroundings are unique.

Access: From Pederü (1544 m), first follow trail no. 7 to the Lavarella hut (2038 m). Turn onto trail no. 13 (signposted) and climb to the Antoniusjoch (2468 m). This is where the via ferrata begins. Route info: The via ferrata is marked with red dots and cairns from the Antoniusjoch. At the beginning, you have to overcome simple climbing slopes in ridge height. An ascending plateau leads up to 2810m. This is where the secured part of the trail begins, which ends just below the Neunerspitze. Descent: via the ascent path.


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