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Snow tour from the Mendel to the Roèn

Winter hiking · Val di Non
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  • Vorbei am Schutzhaus Halbweg.
    Vorbei am Schutzhaus Halbweg.
    Photo: Martin Braito
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Distance 9.4 km
3:23 h
544 m
543 m
2,106 m
1,563 m
Views out and down into the Überetsch
Challenging winter hike to the summit of the Roèn

From the valley station of the three-seater chairlift, take the lift up to the mountain station (a good 1600 m). Now on foot on a wide path slightly downhill to the nearby Halbweg guest and refuge house (1594 m; open in summer and winter); from there on a wide, well-trodden path (recently M 500, no longer 521!) with good signposts through forest and larch stands, initially moderately steep uphill, then partly level and slightly up and down to the Romenoalm (1773 m; no bar in winter; from Halbweghütte a good 1:00 hrs). From there follow the signs “Roèn” on a mostly well-trodden footpath first up through coniferous forest and then over open terrain, mostly moderately steep, but finally only slightly ascending to the summit of Roèn (2116 m); from Romenoalm a good 1:00 hour; from Halbweg 2:00-2:30 hours. Descent: as ascent in approx. 1:30 hours.


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