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Alpine Tour to the Hasenöhrl Mountain

Mountain tour · Meraner Land
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Map / Alpine Tour to the Hasenöhrl Mountain
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moderate
Distance 14.8 km
6:40 h
1,438 m
1,438 m
0 m
1,973 m

The Hasenöhrl (also called the Hasenohr) belongs to the Ortler range and is its most easterly 3,000 m peak. Still covered by a glacier on its eastern and northern sides, the mountain rises like a symmetrical pyramid with relatively gentle-to-climb ridges between the Ultental and Vinschgau valleys. The height, at just over 3,250 m, and the open central location make it a truly outstanding viewing point.

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Highest point
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Lowest point
1,973 m

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Coordinates:
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46.553416, 10.901759
DMS
46°33'12.3"N 10°54'06.3"E
UTM
32T 645781 5157295
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Von Lana durch das Ultental bis Kuppelwies

Coordinates

DD
46.553416, 10.901759
DMS
46°33'12.3"N 10°54'06.3"E
UTM
32T 645781 5157295
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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
14.8 km
Duration
6:40 h
Ascent
1,438 m
Descent
1,438 m
Lowest point
1,973 m

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