Cellon Stollen - Steinbergerweg

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  • Betty

    The via ferrata on the Little Lagazuoi is very interesting from the point of view of war history and offers a lot to discover. The most demanding part is climbing through the Cellonstollen (insurance B / C). The trail climbs through the eastern ravine of the mountain to 2778 meters. It is not recommended for children, because there are some uninsured jobs. The old way of war was "rediscovered" by the researcher Walther Schaumann. Around there are also many information boards that tell the story of the Cellon in the position war.

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    • February 1, 2017

  • Karawankenbär

    The Cellonstollen is an underground via ferrata on the southeast side of the Frischenkofel (Italian: Cellon) at Plöckenpass in Carinthia, Austria, on the border with Italy. It was created during the First World War by Austrian troops as a bulletproof supply route.

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    • October 27, 2019

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  • Difficult
    2.30 mi
    1.1 mph
    1,100 ft
    1,100 ft
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    3.00 mi
    0.7 mph
    2,325 ft
    2,300 ft
Location: Kötschach-Mauthen, Hermagor, Carinthia, Austria


  • Elevation1,570 m

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