Rosimtal - Rosimjoch - South ridge

Page Type
Südtirol / Alto Adige, Italy, Europe
Route Type:
walk-up, snow fields, light climbing
Time Required:
Most of a day

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Rosimtal - Rosimjoch - South ridge
Created On: Nov 4, 2005
Last Edited On: Nov 5, 2005


The outgoing point is the small town Sulden (Italian Solda). How to get to Sulden, please see the main page of Vertainspitze. Later you should to take chair-lift to the Kanzel station or walk-up on foot (one and hal hours).

Route Description

From Kanzel lift station (2350 m) take the marked route nr 13 downstairs to Rosimtal, later walkp-up along the valley. On the right you will see the Rosimwände ( Rosim walls). The route leads on the rand of glacier (Rosimferner) up to pass Rosimjoch (3288 m) . From here to the left, on the southern ridge, route is marked by stone mounds. Then through rocks (light climbing up to UIAA I-II) and snow fields, to the summit (3545 m).

Essential Gear

Walking pools, wind- and sun protection. Please remember, that you are almost all the time over 3000 m.

Miscellaneous Info

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