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Sopranes Lakes

The Sopranes Lakes in the Gruppo di Tessa Nature Park class among the most beautiful mountain lakes of South Tyrol

The Sopranes Lakes are the largest high alpine lake district in South Tyrol. Due to their high altitude (2,500 m a.s.l.) they are often bordered by snow also in summer months. Great hiking paths take you past a total of ten mountain lakes - an adventure for the whole family! Especially the Cima Rosa peak (2,624 m a.s.l. - Spronser Rötelspitze) offers a wonderful panoramic view on the lakes.

The first lakes, which can be reached from the alpine pasture Leiteralm above Lagundo, are the two Milk Lakes (2,540 m a.s.l.). The next lake you will come across is also the largest lake, the Long Lake at 2,377 m a.s.l. Continuing your hike you will discover the Green Lake (2,338 m a.s.l.) and the Black Lake (2,589 m a.s.l.). The small Slate Lake (2,501 m a.s.l.) and the Kettle Lake (2,512 m a.s.l.) are the next ones to come across. Finally you reach the Kaser Pond (2,117 m), the Pfitscher Pond (2,126 m a.s.l.) and the small Midge Lake.

By the way, the Sopranes Lakes are significantly involved in the water supply of the town of Merano.

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