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Cellon Via Ferrata

Characteristics: the classy, in part very difficult, "Via ferrata senza confine – without borders" requires climbing experience and good equipment. Exposed, diverse and in parts very demanding.

Cellon Via Ferrata
Equipment: climbing equipment, helmet protecting against rock fall.

Access: at the Plöcken Pass in front of the old custom house on the "Geo Trail" to the turnoff "Cellon Stollen – mining tunnel". Through the mining tunnel up to the Cellon Shoulder and across a small path to the turnoff "Steinberger Weg". Keep to the left and along the base of the rock face across climbing tracks for a few minutes and then carry on to the access point. Information: the Steinberger Weg is only partly secured!

Difference in altitude: via ferrata 260 metres in altitude; 1.5-2 hours; a total of 880 metres in altitude from the Plöcken Pass through the Cellon mining tunnel (183 m of rock tunnel);
Total time to the summit: 2.5-3.5 hours

Course of the route: left on a prominent slab wall up to the large slab apron and there through to the ridge. Cross the ridge through a vertical chimney, across short steep upturns and a few rifts to the exit. From there, take the steep path to the summit.

Descent: Across the marked Normal Path [Path 147] on the Italian side to the Plöcken Pass in 2-2.5 hours.

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