|Route length||15,865 km|
|Altitude||2777 m 861 m|
At 2781m, the Punta Civina is the highest summit in the Val Sarentino Alps. Its location offers unforgettable views to reward the well-deserving hiker for their efforts.
In good weather, getting an early start and taking the Verdins-Talle cable car is highly recommended. From the mountain station in Oberkirn, you can reach the Tallner Alm with the Talle-Grube chair lift or the cable car from Prenn to Klammeben so you can begin your hike to the summit of the Punta Civina. Firstly over Alpine pastures, then through dry fields and, finally, by climbing over boulders, you’ll reach the top in about 2½ hours. Experienced hikers can return using the route over the Hönigspitze Peak and Stafell until they reach the Grube. From there, take the chair lift back to the Verdins-Talle cable car valley station.
Once you’ve taken the cable car back to Verdines, you can return to Scena or Merano in comfort by taking the bus.