You reach Eduard Pichl Hütte (1959m) or Rif. Lambertenghi-Romanin either from northern side (Wolayer Tal) or southern side (Collina). From Wolayer See you take the marked route to Valentin Törl, 2138m (30 min). You can reach Valentin Toerl also from the East, through Valentin Tal.
Below the Valentin Törl (on the western side) you will find a marked path towards Hohe Warte walls. After it reaches the wall it goes towards left, requiring climbing up to II. degree. It is all the time marked, but becomes secured with ropes only after the difficulties arise above the II degree. Above the secured part you reach the middle part of the wall - a debris traverse to the right. After this the route climbs over steep rocks again and is well secured (becomes a ferrata). You soon reach the west summit ridge and the summit itself. Very beautiful and worth climbing! From Valentin Törl it takes you maximum 2 hours. It is best to descend on the southern side.
If there are other tourists, be aware of falling rocks!
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