Great view from the Piz (summit) on the Lake District, the surrounding mountains (Piz Bernina - Piz Badile), the Maira Valley (below Maloja Pass) and the Inn Spring (?).
The climb (Pass Lunghin) to the triple watershed (red hiking markings) is good with trekking shoes to create.
Up to the Piz (blue hiking markings), however, good surefootedness / sturdy shoes and some manual work / climbing (without rope) and some alpine experience is necessary, as u. a. the way is not always clearly visible.
For those not completely afraid of heights: one climbs only a few meters in front of the summit or a few meters on the ridge and that only on the valley inside (facing the pass Lunghin), not on the steep slope direction Maloja-Pass.
If you want to avoid climbing the ridge (a few meters distance to the cliff) or the ridge walk, you can take the direct route from the lake (Lägh dal Lunghin) to the Piz on the inside of the valley (Pass Lunghin), without detouring over the watershed.
September 25, 2019
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