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Breathtaking views along the Adolf Munkel Trail

Adolf Munkel Trail

The famous footpath in the Dolomites

The Adolf Munkel Trail beneath the majestic Odle/Geisler mountain group is one of the most spectacular trails in the Dolomites. The breathtaking, panoramic view and the colourful plant life is impressive.

Tour length: 13 km
Tour duration: 4 h 30 min
Trail numbers: 6, 35, 28

Starting point is the parking lot Malga Zannes/Zanser Alm (1,685 m), where you can get easily by bus. First, walk along the hiking trail No. 6  towards Ciancenon/Tschantschenon until you reach the bridge. Turn right and follow the Adolf Munkel Trail, No. 35. This trail leads you to Malga Brogles (2,045 m) and from there you follow trail No. 28 descending to Ranui.

A shorter circular hiking tour is to follow trail No. 35 until Malga Gschnagenhardt and Rifugio delle Odle/Geisleralm. Then the trail No. 36 leads to Malga Dusler and back to Malga Zannes/Zanser Alm.
  • Tour lenght: 9 km
  • Tour duration: 3 h
  • Trail numbers: 6, 35, 36

Walk the virtual Adolf Munkel Trail.

Specials along the Tour

  • The Nature Park Puez-Odle and the Odle Massif are both part of the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites. The trip provides insight into the rock formations and layers of the Dolomites, which originated over millions of years. 
  • Rock climbing along the Adolf Munkel Trail with difficulty levels from 3 to 8a
  • Rich plant life