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On the Piz Boè

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  • Alta Badia Piz Boè
    Alta Badia Piz Boè
    Photo: Freddy Planinschek, Alta Badia Brand
m 3600 3400 3200 3000 2800 2600 2400 2200 2000 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 km Rifugio Boè Rifugio Forcella Pordoi Piz Boè Rifugio Forcella Pordoi
Distance 8.2 km
3:45 h
369 m
1,024 m
3,151 m
2,239 m
The ascent by gondola makes Piz Boè, the only three-thousand-metre peak in the Sella Group, a popular destination for excursions.

The tour begins after an ascent with the gondola at Sas Pordoi. Those who prefer to do the ascent themselves can reach the Rifugio Forcella Pordoi on the marked hiking trail 627 from Passo Pordoi. We climb through the barren landscape of the Sella to the three-thousand-metre Piz Boè. Around the summit we pass partly secured rocky ledges and scree fans. Surefootedness and a head for heights are required. From the end of June to the end of September, you can stop for refreshments at the gondola station, the Rifugio Forcella Pordoi, on Piz Boè and at the Rifugio Boè, which you pass on the way down. We return to Passo Pordoi via the well-marked trail 627.


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Sarah Schmied
September 14, 2015 · Community
Sehr überlaufener Gipfel, bei dem vor allem der Abstieg durchs Geröllfeld nicht unterschätzt werden soll!
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