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Der Große Seefeldsee liegt eingebettet in den Pfunderer Bergen des Pustertales.
Photo: Hanspaul Menara
Distance 22 km
Highest point2,533 m
Lowest point1,394 m
At the Ochsenboden Alpine pasture and lake hike at the entrance to the Pustertal valley near Meransen
From Meransen (1414 m; both road and cable car from Mühlbach in the lower Pustertal valley) either on foot following the 14/15 markings or by car up to the car park above the Walderhütte (approx. 1600 m). From there take the wide forest path through woods and meadows to the Großberg alpine inn in the Altfaßtal valley (1640 m), continue on the wide path with a mostly gentle ascent through the valley to the inner alpine pastures (1850 m, refreshments available) and then take trail 14/15 up a fairly steep incline to the Großen Seefeldsee lake (2271 m; from Meransen 2:30–3 hours).); from there continue on trail 14/15 up to the Seefeldalm hut (2340 m) and on trail 6 following the stream uphill to the middle and small lakes (2501 and 2514 m); from the large lake 0:45 hrs – descent: best on the described access route (approx. 2:30 hrs); other routes can easily be found on the hiking maps.
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