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The Geisler Group is one of the Northernmost climbing ranges in the Italian Dolomites, and contains many important summits. The area was at one time part of the Austrian Tirol prior to W.W. I. There is a distinct third language , Ladin, differing from the more frequently spoken German or Italian, is still in use in the Groednertal. Major summits include the Grosse Fermeda, Kleine Fermeda, and the Furchetta. The high point of the range/group/massif is the Sass Rigais at 3,025 meters (9,922 feet).
Principal access point is St. Ulrich in the Groednertal, with Wolkenstein and St. Christina as alternatives.
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Featured Route For Geisler Group (Gruppe Odle)
This is an easy Via Ferrata which accesses the SW side of the mountain. There is an established path which leads to the fixed ropes and stanchioned portion of the climb.Allow 3-4 hours for the ascent, and a similar time for the descent . This is a long day undertaking. This mountain and route is very popular to summit, since the panorama includes views of the Langkofel and Sella Groups as well as the Marmolada!...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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