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From San Candido to the Dreischusterhütte

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  • Über die Innichner Alm führt die Wanderung zur Drei-Schuster- Hütte im Innerfeldtal.
    Über die Innichner Alm führt die Wanderung zur Drei-Schuster- Hütte im Innerfeldtal.
    Photo: Hannes Riegler
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Distance 19 km
6:05 h
767 m
767 m
1,855 m
1,176 m
Three cobblers in one hut (!).
From San Candido in South Tyrol via the San Candido Alpine pasture to the Three Cobbler Hut in Alta Pusteria.

From the valley station, first hike along trail no. 28, then turn left onto trail no. 8A to the Jorah hut (1308 m). Follow the markings in the direction of Wildbad, shortly before turn right and take trail no. 7 (later no. 7B) to the Innichner Alm (1703 m). The tour continues on trail no. 7a via the Jaufennest into the Innerfeldtal valley to the Dreischusterhütte (1626 m). From here back to Antoniusstein (1509 m), turn right and follow the Dolomiten Höhenweg no. 105 out into the Sextner Valley - where you stroll through very beautiful countryside in the last section and reach the road. Keep left and follow the path back to the starting point in San Candido. It is also possible to take the bus back to San Candido at the exit of the Innerfeldtal valley - there is a bus stop there.


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