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From Pfitsch to the Wolfendorn

Back-country skiing · Eisacktal
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  • Wie ein Dorn sticht der Gipfel des Wolfendorn aus der Winterlandschaft im Pfitschertal.
    Wie ein Dorn sticht der Gipfel des Wolfendorn aus der Winterlandschaft im Pfitschertal.
    Photo: Tappeiner AG
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Distance 15.9 km
3:58 h
1,289 m
1,289 m
2,774 m
1,485 m
Pointed like a thorn
Challenging tour from Pfitsch via the Grubbergalm to the Wolfendorn in the Wipptal valley.

From the farm, continue along the path until you reach the barrier of the forest road. Continue along the forest road. At the first fork, turn right. After 2 km at 1560 m, at the fork, continue left on the trail until it flattens out into a valley, 1950 m (4 km from the farm). Follow the path to the left until you reach a signpost (1960 m) and turn right to the Grubbergalm (2002 m). Continue flat through a plain. To the right of a large stone, climb the wide slope steeply almost to the top of the left saddle (2230 m). Now left very steeply and precariously underneath a rock and further up into the saddle. Behind it, cross a steep slope on the flat. You reach a shallow hollow (2260 m). Go left through a hollow and right from a rocky elevation up into a small saddle. Turn shallow right to the Flatschjoch (2395 m). Over the ridge, or a little to the left below, to below the large summit slope. Here, turn left up the left shoulder and right on the north side to the summit. Descent as


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