The Vigiljoch is the highest peak
of the Marlengo mountains (1,795 metres above sea level). Numerous hiking trails
run through its extensive forests. The mountain slope is steep, but the paths run slowly, steadily ascending. During the summer months, the tight forest offers ideal walking conditions
. In the upper part of the route, you can enjoy clear high mountain air, as well as wonderful panoramic views of the Dolomites
, the Ortler
and the Texel Group
It is worth visiting the St. Vigil chapel
and the Dirty Lough pond at the Seespitz mountain.
Via the Vigiljoch suspension cable railway
(300 metres) to the mountain terminal (1,486 metres).
From there with the cable car to the Larchbühel or
approximately 1 hour by foot to the summit.
More informations see internet page www.vigilio.com