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aldein jochgrimm forstweg

Hike from Redagno to the Passo Oclini

Up to the top of the pass between Corno Bianco and Corno Nero with a stop at the Gurndin-Alm mountain hut.

The 2.000 m high pass between the unique peaks of the Corno Bianco and Corno Nero is accessible from Redagno. We start our pleasant walk at the turn off of the forest path “Gurndin”with the road from Redagno di Sotto to Redagno di Sopra. The path proceeds through a high alpine coniferous forest land on the hillside of the Corno Bianco, up to the meadows of the Gurndin-Alm mountain hut. The mountain hut is already almost our goal for today - we take a rest and enjoy a typical cold bacon dish, which we really deserve after this noticeable ascent. And now we start the last part of our tour, only lightly upwards to the pass. Alpine meadows and some trees shape the highland.

At the Passo Oclini we find several guest houses and hotels, the pass is also a small skiing area in winter. By the way: the so-called "Strauben" at the guest house "Jochgrimm" can be really recommended! At the pass we have the possibility to walk up to the Passo Lavazè (Lavazèjoch) or to the top of Corno Bianco and Corno Nero. But today we decide not to come back too late so we start our way back from here. At the Gurndin-Alm we take a shortcut down to Redagno: the Blauweg-path (marker "B") leads us past untouched alpine meadows through the coniferous woods, also a view on the gorgeous Bletterbach-Canyon is guaranteed.

Author: AT

If you want to do this hike, please take information about the weather and the current conditions of the trail on site!

Starting point: Passo Lavazè (Lavazèjoch)
Signposts: forest path Gurndin, 7, 12A, 2
Distance: approx. 6 km (each direction)
Walking time: about 2 hours (each direction)
Altitude difference: approx. 490 m
Altitude level: between 1,530 and 2,000 m a.s.l.
Suitable for families? Yes! The paths are in good condition, easily walkable and suitable for push chairs. The alternative route along the Blauweg-path is partly quite narrow and not convenient for push chairs.
Experienced in: July 2010

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