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Cima Mandriccio

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Area: Rhaetian Alps, Group: Ortles Cevedale, Height: 3265m, Country: Italy, Region: Trentino Alto Adige

Easy itinerary in a beautiful setting with fantastic view from the summit onto Gran Zebrù and Ortles.

ACCESS

The starting point for this itinerary is Hotel Genziana located at the end of Val Martello. From Bolzano drive towards Merano and up Val Venosta to Laces. From here drive through Valle Martello past the artificial lake and a few steep hairpin bends to the hotel and car park at 2051m.

ROUTE

From the car park ascend right along the road to Rifugio Corsi 2265m. The refuge can be made out from the road on the rocky spur above. From the refuge continue SW past a few rocky outcrops and, zig zagging up leftwards, reach a wide flat valley. Continue up this westwards, initially on the right-hand side of the valley, later in the middle to where the valley narrows and joins up with some wide slopes on the right. Ascend right NE, initially in the center of the valley. The Madriccio summit springs into view on the right of the obvious col Passo del Pozzo. Climb right to the base of the steep finishing slope and zig-zag up this to the summit.

DESCENT

Descend along the line of ascent.

NOTES

Although the itinerary is not particularly demanding the vertical height gain is significant. Good overall fitness required.

Note:
Rifugio Corsi
Tel. 0473 744785

MAPS/BIBLIOGRAPHY

Ortles - Cevedale Tabacco, foglio 08, 1:25.000

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BEAUTY

stella stella stella stella stella

PERIOD

Spring

TIME

4 - 5 hours

DIFFICULTY

Medium

ASCENT ORIENTATION

S

DESCENT ORIENTATION

S

ASCENT HEIGHT DIFFERENCE

1250m

DESCENT HEIGHT DIFFERENCE

1300m

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