In the morning the ascent awaited us past the Trunaalm to the Eggernjoch, the highest point of today's stage, 2132 m.
We enjoyed the view over one of the most original valleys of Tyrol: the Obernbergtal.
A mountain trail leads to a clear mountain lake, the Lichtsee.
The descent was then again in, through larch forests leads a narrow path tw. very steep down to the valley.Incidentally, the tour is shown on our maps at ⬆️1050 m ⬇️900m ➡️17km.
about 18 hours ago
Today we took the bus to Mieders Serlesbahnen.
By train it goes up and
The hike starts on a forest track and smaller higher forest paths. The road climbs comfortably and after a wooden gate, goes downhill again to the highest pilgrimage monastery in Europe: Maria Waldrast.
Now it is about 4 hours on the Trinsersteig, which is very well indicated then on gently rolling alpine meadows to Trins.
Our today's milestone has been reached
2 days ago
Today we took the regional bus from Innsbruck to Axamer Lizum.
From there, the Halslsteig was always relatively steep.
You will be rewarded with views of the Kalkkögel, the "North Tyrolean Dolomites". Always in view: Ampferstein, Marchreisenspitze and the Axamer Lizum.
Once again, look back towards Inntal / Karwendel, before going down to the Stubai Valley.
On the Pfarrachalm made a well deserved break and about a 1 hour walk steeply downhill we arrived in Fulpmes in the Alpine Resort Stubaier yard .. it follows Wellness🛀
3 days ago