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Staller Sattel - Staller Alm
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Staller Sattel - Staller Alm

 

Page Type: Route

Location: Alto Adige / South Tyrol, Italy, Europe

Lat/Lon: 46.86000°N / 12.18000°E

Object Title: Staller Sattel - Staller Alm

Route Type: Hike (a little scrambling on top)

Time Required: Half a day

Difficulty: Walk-Up

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Page By: Gangolf Haub

Created/Edited: Jan 26, 2005 / Jul 9, 2006

Object ID: 163688

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Approach

The trailhead at Stallersattel can be reached from either Antholz / Anterselva Valley in the south or Derfereggen Valley in the north. See the Getting There Info on the main page for the itineraries by car.

Route Description

Rote Wand photo_id=130527

  • General data
      - Start altitude: 2052m
      - Summit altitude: 2818m
      - Prevailing exposition: W
      - Type: 3 - 4h over paths
      - Protection: marked
  • Effort: 800m of altitude gain, 6km distance to the summit.
  • Power: 1 - no difficulties
  • Psyche: 1 - easy

    The most popular route onto Rote Wand starts at Stallersattel the road pass which connects the Italian Antholz / Anterselva Valley with the Austrian Derfereggen Valley. It leads south ast first on the eastern bank of the Ackerstall Creek. It crosses the creek twice before turning right (west) onto the Staller Alm pasture.

    After a while the ascent trail leaves the vicinity of the creek (if you went on, you would reach the Regelscharte Pass which would lead you down into the neighbouring Gsies / Casies Valley). The route now heads directly for the summit reaching the base of the summit block on its southern side. The remainder of the ascent is a steep scramble along grassy slopes onto the relatively narrow summit area.

    Essential Gear

    Hiking gear is sufficient.