The summit is reserved for sure-footed hikers who are absolutely free from vertigo. In the last section you will find an equipped path. We reccomend insecure hikers and children a via ferrata set here.
A special attraction of the mountaineering village of Campill is "la Val di Morins" (the mills valley), with a total of eight functioning mills, which are another expression of Campill's former self-sufficiency and economic independence. At the very beginning, next to the small chapel, you will find the lime oven, once used for the production of lime. After the Speckstube Tlisöra, you will arrive to a small bridge, which is the starting point of the mill valley. From here, along the Seres stream, you will pass various types of mills: single mills, double mills and a rope-driven mill (the so-called "Tambra"). Continuing from the mill valley, after a two-hour hike, you will arrive at the "Schlütterhütte" . This refuge is located at the passage from the Villnöss valley to the Ladin Dolomite valleys, surrounded by alpine meadows, lying at 2306 meters above sea level. From here you can reach the Peitlerkofelscharte and then, after a demanding hike, the summit cross of the Peitlerkofel. From here you have a breathtaking view of the Geislerpeaks and the surrounding Dolomites and the Zillertal Alps.
The first part of the route runs through the valley „Val di morins“. Continue following path No. 4 until you reach Rifugio Genova (3.5 hours). Remaining on path no. 4 you arrive at the Forcella di Putia from where, on path No. 4B, you reach the summit.