The Paul Grohmann path is a hike in a picturesque, tranquil valley far from major tourism centres. In 1869 first climbers Paul Grohmann, Peter Salcher and Franz Innerkofler used this path to conquer the Cima Grande.
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The hike starts at the car park View of the Three Peaks/Landro and follows path no. 102 through the Valle della Rienza/Rienztal valley, along the mountain stream to the hunting lodge. There the path no. 107 crosses the Rienza/Rienz streambed on the right and continues to Malga Rinbianco (open for refreshments). Above the Malga, at the first bend of the toll road, path no. 105/A leads northwards to the intersection Forcella dell’Arghena. The hike continues on path no. 108/A to Forcella Col de Medo (2,324 m). On arrival at the south side of the Three Peaks, path no. 105 leads to Rifugio Auronzo/Auronzohütte hut and path no. 101 then on to the “Cappella Alpina“ with a memorial stone at the foot of the Three Peaks.
Hiking path no. 105 runs back to the starting point via Valle della Rienza/Rienztal valley. There is also a public bus service from Rifugio Auronzo.
The hike can be shortened by starting from Lago d’Antorno (above Misurina) and climbing via Malga Rinbianco.