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Via ferrata Speikboden

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  • Photo: Hannes Riegler
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Distance 3.3 km
2:10 h
593 m
153 m
2,515 m
1,959 m
Via ferrata at Speikboden, which leads up 350 metres in altitude to the Speikbodenkreuz at 2,517m in medium but demanding difficulty.

This via ferrata tour with summit feeling is quickly and easily accessible thanks to the Speikboden cable car. On the way you can enjoy the magnificent view of the entire Ahrntal valley, which is surrounded by the Zillertal Alps and the Durreck group. Once you reach the top, you have a breathtaking 360° view of the surrounding mountain world with the Dolomites, the Three Peaks and the Marmolada. Tour dates: Difficulty: B/C (moderately difficult) &Uml;ber Weg Nr. 27 | Gehzeit ca. 1 h 30 min Via Panorama Trail | Direction Sonnklarnock: 3 h or Direction Großer Nock: 2 h With chairlift Sonnklar | Walking time: 30 min Time required in total: min. 4 h Last descent Sonnklar chairlift: 4.30 p.m. Last descent of the Speikboden gondola lift: 17.00   Belaying: Steel rope, clamps, rope bridges, rope bridges


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