Obergurgl - Ramoljoch - Vent

Obergurgl - Ramoljoch - Vent

From Obergurgl the trail first climbs steeply via Achbrücke towards "Beilstein" then to Küppele-Schäferhütte. Continue to Ramolhaus and via Ramolferner through very rocky fields in about 30 minutes to

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Obergurgl - Ramoljoch - Vent

Tour description

From Obergurgl the trail first climbs steeply via Achbrücke towards "Beilstein" then to Küppele-Schäferhütte. Continue to Ramolhaus and via Ramolferner through very rocky fields in about 30 minutes to the access point of Ramoljoch. From here a trail with steel cables and ladders leads to Ramoljoch

From Ramoljoch first climb down through very steep and rocky terrain, then along an easier trail to Ramolalm (not serviced!). Continue downto Vent.

Do this hike in good weather and with the appropriate alpine equipment only. Sure-footedness and a good head for heights are required.

Walking times:
OBergurgl - Ramolhaus: 3 - 4 hrs
Ramolhaus - Ramoljoch: approx. 1 h
Ramoljoch - Vent: 3.5 - 4 hrs

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