Starting from the Furkelsattel (1,789 m, reachable by car) in Olang, head to Mark 3 up to the “Three Finger Notch”. A detour to the Hochalpen Lake would be possible here. Otherwise, you can continue along the pleasant Hochalm ascent route up to the summit of the Piz da Peres (2,507 m). The descent is also very exciting and requires a bit of surefootedness – route nr. 12 heads in the direction of St. Vigil in Enneberg and over some steep rock steps along the rock walls. At Wetterkreuz, we make a right turn onto route nr. 12B, which takes us to Ücia Picio Pre (a bar) – from there, we head back to Furkelsattel through the wood.
- Summit hike to the Rudlhorn
The starting point is the Mudler mountain guesthouse in Taisten (1,620 m). From here, a forest route heads to the Taistner Alm; then follow the mark 54 B to the summit (2,448 m.).
This demanding hike requires surefootedness. The descent heads in a North-East direction (up to the notch); from there, head back down to the Taistner Alm along mark 54 A/ 38.
The total walking time is 6 hours.
If anyone in the walking group is unable to complete the whole tour, they can linger on the Taistner Alm until the summit towers are behind them again.
- From the Würzjoch (2,006 m) to the Peitler Kofel (2.875 m.)
The Peitler Kofel lies in the Puez-Geisler Natural Park, and is one of the most beautiful view mountains in the Dolomites. The ascent takes approx. 3 hours; first, it heads over the Peitler meadows, followed by a steep descent to the Peitler Notch. Head to the summit from there. The last 200 m is a climbing route, which is to be travelled using fixed ropes.
The return route is via the ascent route to the Peitler Notch. Here, one can still take on the challenge of circumnavigating the Peitler (+ 1.5 hours) or head back to Würzjoch via the ascent route.