Ski mountaineering on Monte Amaro in the Maiella

Monte Amaro is the highest peak in the Maiella Group. At almost 2800 meters it's the second highest peak in the Apennines after the Como Grande.

The ski mountaineering excursion on Monte Amaro in the Maiella includes the ascent from the Rava della Giumenta Bianca, a long climb requiring a good level of physical fitness. We ascend a visible couloir getting gradually steeper as we progress to a fork where we take a right to get to the top.

The descent can follow the upward route backwards or more directly from the top through narrow couloirs.

Information about the ski mountaineering excursion in the Maiella

Technical data on the ski mountaineering excursion on the Maiella: Shortes Link or Rava Giumenta Bianca

  • Starting and return point: Saan Leonardo Pass
  • Elevation gain: 1550 meters
  • Elevation loss: 1550 meters
  • Climbing exposure: West
  • Level of difficulty: high due to the elevation gain; no climbing difficulties.

Technical data on the ski mountaineering excursion in the Maiella Group: Rava del Ferro

  • Starting and return point: Rava del Ferro Parking
  • Elevation gain: 1200/1400 meters depending on snow amount
  • Elevation loss: 1200/1400 meters depending on snow amount
  • Climbing exposure: West
  • Level of difficulty: high, due to the elevation gain; no climbing difficulties.

Equipment

Contact us to book your ski mountaineering on Monte Amaro in the Maiella, a ski mountaineering course or to require any further information

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Dolomiti SkiRock

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Tel. +39 324 747 3939
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