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From Val Venegia to Monte Mulaz

Hiking trail · San Martino di Castrozza,Primiero,Vanoi
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  • Malga Venegiota
    Malga Venegiota
    Photo: Guido Andolfato,
Distance 15.1 km
8:30 h
1,364 m
1,364 m
2,849 m
1,746 m
The northern spur of the wildly jagged Pala Group, Monte Mulaz, is one of the few hiking mountains in this massif.

From the scenic Val Venegia, first a comfortable gravel road on the valley floor, later a strenuous, in places steep serpentine path through sparse mountain forest and extensive scree fields at the foot of bold dolomite peaks takes us up to the Passo di Mulaz. Here, weather permitting, we have the opportunity to climb the 2906 m high Monte Mulaz over its southern flank. The steep marked ascent through rough terrain, which  takes about an hour from the pass, requires surefootedness. At the summit, we are rewarded with a magnificent panoramic view  Those who forego the summit descend directly to the Rifugio Volpi al Mulaz. From the hut, which is open in summer, our path, which is secured in places with wire ropes, leads north along the eastern side of Monte Mulaz to the Passo di Focobon. We then cross several steep ditches, pass through the Passo di Venegiota and hike along the Cima Venegiota south flank past a small lake to the Forcella di Venegia. Here we have made it, because from now


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The routes from this source come from years of cooperation between Outdooractive AG and the ADAC publishing house in Munich. More than 80 hiking tour books were produced throughout Germany and at popular holiday destinations in Italy, Spain and Portugal. A special feature are the ADAC children's hiking guides, which are tailored to the needs of young explorers and their parents. 

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