Piz da las Coluonnas 2960 m ü.M.
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From La Veduta:
From La Veduta (2237.9 m) turn left to the south on the shoulder P. 2449. From here you cross the steep SW flank of Piz da las Coluonnas P. 2451 and further steeply up to P. 2633 without much loss of altitude. Now over the rather steep S-spur up into a shallow hollow. Here you turn E and reach the summit via the ridge, which narrows in the upper part. 2.5 hours
Descent: along the ascent route
Descents over the N flank to Alp Giüglia:
Impressive steep descents through the two N gullies, which require safe conditions (30-35° to 350 m altitude, 2 steep steps to 40°). The downhill routes are clearly visible from the Julier Pass road. Only for ski tourists with alpine experience.
1. Eastern N Gully:
From the summit just over the NE ridge until you can cross to the left into the funnel-shaped cirque. Down through it, over a short steep step, keeping to the right into a gully below. At its lower end again over a rock step, then keeping to the right, now less steep to the pass road at Alp Giüglia (2215 m).
2. Western N Channel:
From the summit you can return briefly via the ascent route until you can descend into the steep, funnel-shaped N-slope, west of P. 2818. In the middle section, a steep step interspersed with rocks is overcome by keeping to the left. To the east of the rocks, now less steep on a prominent shoulder. The rock step below is bypassed on the right and you reach the pass road at the Julier Pass (2284 m) or the Alp Giüglia (2215 m).
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