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Der Große Seefeldsee bei Meransen
Photo: Athesia Verlagsanstalt
Distance 13.8 km
Highest point2,297 m
Lowest point1,596 m
Grassy areas on rocky slopes
In the middle of the high pasture and in the area of the abandoned Seefeldalm lie the three Seefeld lakes, which are surrounded to the west, north and east by a number of slate peaks that are greened far up.
From Meransen (1414 m, here from Mühlbach by car or cable car) either in 0:30 hours on foot following the M 14/15 or by car up to the car park above the Walderhöfe (1560 m). From there on the alpine pasture road through woods and meadows almost level to the Großberghaus in the Altfasstal (1640 m; restaurant), through the valley moderately ascending into the valley head and with increasing steepness on trail 14/15 up to the Großer Seefeldsee (2271 m; from Walderhöfe 2:30 hours).); from there continue on trail 14/15 up to the abandoned Seefeldalm (2340 m) and on trail 6 further uphill to the Mittlerer and Kleiner See (2501 and 2514 m); from Großer See 0:45 h. Descent: best on the described access route; other routes can easily be found on the hiking maps.
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