Monte Scorluzzo
Monte Scorluzzo
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13 reviews
Very good

4 contributions
Sep 2021 • Couples
From the Stelvio pass, a great, somewhat technical hike awaits over Monte Scorluzzo and across many many remains of WW1. It starts with a rather steep ascent to the top of Scorluzzo at 3100 m. With little or no snow it is an fine hike up (check the weather!). Continue down along the mountain ridge to see a lot of trenches, barbed wire and other structures from WW1. The first part of the descend is quite steep; requiring some climbing rather than walking and requires slow progression. Further up ahead the road is better, but it is not always clear what exactly the path is. We managed to stray from the path and (accidently) got on ww1 rubble. Do look around for Ibexes as well, they are there. At the end of the ridge is a rather steep path down to the right which will bring you to an open field where you can see many groundhogs (murmeltieren). From there follow the simple path around the mountains to the Stelvio Pass. A problem here is that the hikes ends at the car road and not the car park. Keep in mind that from the car road it is still a 40 min walk, which is a bummer. There is no clear path after.
Written 22 September 2021
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