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Mountain tour

Hike to the l'Orecchia di Lepre/Hasenohr Peak

Mountain tour · Vinschgau
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  • Orecchia di Lepre/Hasenohr peak
    / Orecchia di Lepre/Hasenohr peak
    Photo: Berglouter.com, Martell Südtirol
  • Orecchia di Lepre/Hasenohr peak
    / Orecchia di Lepre/Hasenohr peak
    Photo: Berglouter.com, Martell Südtirol
  • Orecchia di Lepre/Hasenohr peak
    / Orecchia di Lepre/Hasenohr peak
    Photo: Berglouter.com, Martell Südtirol
Map / Hike to the l'Orecchia di Lepre/Hasenohr Peak
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difficult
18.8 km
6:30 h
2091 m
2091 m

Strictly speaking, the Hasenohr belongs to the Ortler range and is the most easterly 3,000 m peak. The most common ascent route, leading to the summit region between the two glaciers, is itself ice-free, marked, and suitable for hikers during good summer conditions. Nevertheless, an exposed short scramble demands sure-footedness and a good head for heights. By the trail are the ruins of the former Tarscher Jochwaal irrigation canal with which water was transported from the Ultental valley to the Vinschgau valley.{MQ}

 

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Lowest point
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Turn-by-turn directions

Either on foot or via the Tarscher Alm chairlift, head uphill to the Tarscher Alm Alpine farm hiking area (working farm). The trail leads above the new Kuppelwieser Alm Alpine farm (refreshments) on trail no. 11 to the fork in the road. Continue left, following marker no. 11B. Follow this trail for a time until you reach trail no 11A which leads through a small steep valley to the foot of the northeastern ridge (Latscher Joch ridge, 2,507 m). Trail no. 2 leads to the Blaue Schneid mountain at 3,000 m and a short steep path up to a pre-summit with cairns. Rising gently, the last part heads up to a rather flat peak offering panoramic views from a height of 3,257 m. The descent route is the same as the ascent.{MQ}The Tarscher Alm chairlift is open from the middle of May to the end of October. {MQ}Opening times:{MQ} Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday from 9 am to 12:30 pm and from 2 pm to 6 pm.{MQ}For climbing enthusiasts: Wednesday and Sunday from 7 am to 12:30 pm and from 2 pm to 6 pm.

Getting there

From Laces/Latsch at the Val Venosta Valley to Tarres/Tarsch up to the valley station of the chairlift Malga di Tarres Alp.

Arrival by train, car, foot or bike


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Difficulty
difficult
Distance
18.8 km
Duration
6:30 h
Ascent
2091 m
Descent
2091 m

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