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Always toward the Summit

Hiking Astjoch / Cima Lasta
Hiking Summer

Mountain Climbing in and around Brunico

Those who love mountain climbing will at some point in their lives come to South Tyrol-Südtirol, because where else are the mountains more beautiful? The Val Pusteria-Pustertal valley forms the vertex between the main ridge of the Alps and the Dolomites, and the main city of Brunico-Bruneck is the ideal starting point for a tour. Starting out radially from there, all courses for mountain tours can be followed, with just short trips by car or else with public transportation. Those who do not wish to travel all that far can get from Falzes-Pfalzen directly to the famous Fundres-Pfunderer Mountain Trail, which can be managed over a total of six daily stages.  

Astjoch / Cima Lasta

Towering above Gais are the majestic peaks of the Vedrette di Ries-Rieserferner chain. Peaks that are very popular and also easy to conquer for families are the Bel Colle-Schönbichl, Monte Sommo-Sambock, Montone-Rammelstein, and Campo Lasta-Burgstall. And those who prefer to take it a little easier can head up from Riscone-Reischach with the gondola to the peak of the Plan de Corones-Kronplatz, to be astonished there by the 360° mountain panorama.  

Top of Kronplatz

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Altitude difference
Alpine tour Falzes/Pfalzen - Monte Sommo/Sambock 9008 m 833 m medium Brunico-Bruneck
Hiking Trail AVS 6077 m 1314 m difficult San Vigilio - Dolomites
Alpine tour on the summit of the “Geige” in Tesselberg/Montassilone 9445 m 810 m difficult Brunico-Bruneck
Alpine tour on the summit of the „Große Windschar” 8518 m 1430 m difficult Brunico-Bruneck
Alpine tour on the summit of the „Rammelstein“ 6644 m 1050 m difficult Valle Anterselva-Antholzertal
Alpine tour on the summit of the “Bloßberg” in Uttenheim/Villa Ottone 6574 m 1780 m medium Brunico-Bruneck

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