Kuppelwies-Fiechtalm (e-bike) - Nagelstein, 2469 m (mountain tour)
Die idyllische Fiechtalm liegt auf über 2000 m.Photo: Patrick Egger
The ascent to Fiechtalm is long and mostly follows the Ultner Landesstraße. The Nagelstein, at almost 2,500 metres, is an inconspicuous but striking feature, so it often catches the eye from the valley floor. The ascent is not particularly difficult, but requires good surefootedness.
Kuppelwies–Fiechtalm (e-bike) From Kuppelwies, follow the Landesstrasse into the valley, pass the mountain village of St. Nikolaus and the car park at the Lahnersberg (approx. 8 km). After a short climb you reach the fork that branches off to St. Gertraud. Keep to the right and follow the road to Weißbrunn (1885 m). From the car park, just below the E-Werk, change to the forest road and follow the signs to the Fiechtalm (2034 m), where you can park your bike. Fiechtalm–Nagelstein, 2469 m) (mountain tour) Just behind the Fiechtalm begins the steep ascent, trail no. 101 to the Nagelstein. Soon you come to the fork to the Fiechtsee, keep left there (no. 101). Pass the Fiechtsee lake on the left and shortly afterwards reach the fork, Obere Weissbrunnalm, continue left on trail no. 101. Crossing the mountain flank, you pass the turnoff to St. Gertraud. Follow the steep, rather exposed summit ridge (marking no. 101) to the Nagelstein (2469 m). The descent follows the ascent route.
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