4 peaks and 4 alpine pastures
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From the large car park between the two road tunnels under the Hofmahdjoch, follow trail mark 8 northwards until you meet trail mark 133. Follow this to the west, gently ascending through the meadows. After about half an hour you reach the junction with trail no. 7 above the ruins of the Obere Alm. Now climb more steeply, but initially still on a good path, following the markings up to the Kleiner Kornigl. The last part of the climb up to the ridge between Kleiner Kornigl and Kornigl is more difficult and very steep. Once on the ridge, take an easy hike in a few minutes southwards to the summit (2311m). Return along the ridge to a small saddle, then follow the steep trail up the ridge to the summit of Kornigl (2418m). From the summit of the Kornigl descend in a south-west direction, first over boulders, then over meadows dotted with stones and up to the summit of the Schöngrub (2461m). Here you will again meet a marked trail, first no. 10, then 22, which leads on a narrow and stony
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