From the Diavolezza summit station, the trail first leads to the chairlift terminus before traversing the Sass Queder ridge and then continuing down to the Lej da Diavolezza. The Lej da Diavolezza is the perfect place to take a break, and you will surely have earned one, because the trail to the lake requires concentration and also traverses a steep section. The beautiful surroundings and the flora and fauna are an absolute delight. Muots Ravulaunas, across whose slopes the trail continues, is unusual in that it is home to ptarmigan, and if you are very lucky you might see one. Following the slope down, you arrive at the Diavolezza valley station and the end of this adventurous hike, which requires a certain fleetness of foot.
Option A: If there is insufficient snow cover on the Diavolezza firn field, we recommend that you gain a few more metres in altitude and skirt around the firn field via the ascent to the Sass Queder.
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Tour history (B00167)
First published: Donnerstag, 28. April 2005
Last updated: Freitag, 31. Januar 2014
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