Sentiero attrezzato Attilio Sieff (Punta Polse, 1450 m)
· Val di Fiemme
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Ausgezeichnet gesicherter Klettersteig auf die Punta Polse
Distance 4 km
Highest point1,394 m
Lowest point954 m
Quiet surroundings Short mountain tour in quiet surroundings. Easy but partly quite steep approach. Excellent secured via ferrata, well tensioned steel rope, the descent is via the via ferrata, whereby the first steep step is more difficult than on the ascent. Magnificent view from the summit of the Cima Polse.
Access: From the parish church in Ziano (parking), follow the small road directly opposite (the via ferrata is signposted at the start of the road); continue along the road to the next signpost, turn left and up serpentines, crossing a forest road on a half-path, partly on a steep, always well-marked path to the start.
Characteristics and technical details: Some arm strength is required on the steep ascent at the exit, but there are good footholds throughout. The whole route is excellently secured with well-braced steel rope. The interesting, at first sight intimidating passage at the clamping block in the middle of the climb is easy to climb thanks to the perfect steel rope guidance at the end. The orientation towards the south and the modest height of the summit make it possible to climb this via ferrata early on and still allow for an ascent late in the autumn (provided there are periods of good weather). .
Descent: &Uml;ber the via ferrata.
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