High in the Mountains of South Tyrol
ALPINE CLIMBERS CAN LOOK FORWARD TO AN EXCITING HOLIDAY
The mighty Latemar and the beautiful "Rose Garden" are the dream of every mountainclimber. There are mountainclimbing routes with levels of difficulty ranging from 3 to 9. Eight cable-reinforced climbing trails and the exciting Ziplining Facility in Obereggen round out the wide variety of activities available here.
The mountainclimbing and hiking school of Hansjörg Welscher can provide you with every imaginable form of assistance and advice, and can also accompany you on your expedition. Please contact Hansjörg Welscher, phone: +39 0471 61 80 35 , Mobile: +39 348 7960499 firstname.lastname@example.org - www.welscher-hansjoerg.com
Ascend with the Oberholz Panorama Chair Lift. Ascend via Trail 18 to the Gamsstall Notch. Continue via Trail 516 until you come to the Erzlahn Notch and the Rotlahn Notch. This is the entranceway to the cable-supported trail. You can now proceed via Trail 511, always following the cable, until you come to the summit of the Diamantidi Tower (2,846 meters above sea-level).From the summit, continue on Trail 511 until you come to the Bivacco Mario Rigatti, which is located in the Great Latemar Notch. Here, take a right turn via Trail No. 18 and hike back to the Gamsstall Notch and then return to the Oberholz Mountain Station.
Ascend with the King Laurin Chair Lift to the Kölner Hut. Take Trail 542 or Trail S to the Santner Pass. This is the entranceway to the cable-supported trail. Continue to the Gartl Hut and the Vajolet Hut and via Trail 541 and Trail 550 to the Tschager Pass. Descend to the starting-point (Kölner Hut).