-From the cable car along the connecting slope to the pulpit and on to Düsseldorfer Hütte at 2721 m.
-By Kanzel chair lift to the mountain station and on the downhill run or the connecting run to the cable car down to the valley.
-To the Langenstein mountain station by chairlift and on the slope into the valley.
-By cable car to the mountain station and along the Schaubachweg to the valley station of the cable car.
-The Madritsch Pass at more than 3,000 m is the highest, snow-free transalpine crossing. The ascent is both a challenge and a feat, but it is definitely worth it because of the wonderful views of Ortler, Zebru and Gran Zebru and the tour to the Martell Valley. The trail is challenging, but not extremely difficult and certainly one of the most popular day trips in Vinschgau in summer.