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Schneeschuhe sind meist nötig, im Spätwinter reichen oft Bergschuhe.
Photo: Edith Runer
Distance 7 km
Highest point1,720 m
Lowest point1,320 m
The mountain with the Celtic name. The winter hike around the Solomp is one of the well-known and popular routes in the Non valley.
From the car park in Plaza di Tret, take the marked summer hiking trail no. 512, crossing the forest road again and again, for about half an hour to the Felixer Weiher pond. Pass the water level, which is frozen at this time of year, on the right and after about 400 metres turn right onto trail no. 57. Climb steeply uphill for a short while to reach the high plateau of Monte Solomp. Here through the mostly sparse forest, from now on steadily downhill, always following trail 57 first to the south, then north again and finally in a left turn back onto trail no. 512 and to the starting point.
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