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From the Staller Sattel to the Rote Wand

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Distance 10.6 km
4:30 h
958 m
958 m
2,815 m
2,051 m

The panoramic hike takes us to the summit of the Rote Wand in the Antholz Valley.

The Staller Sattel, the starting point of the tour, is a mountain pass in the Eastern Alps that connects the Defereggen Valley (East Tyrol) with the Antholz Valley (South Tyrol) and separates the Rieserferner Group from the Villgratner Mountains. The pass is located at 2052 m on the border between Austria and Italy. The tour leads through a valley basin up to the summit of the Rote Wand, from where you have a fantastic view of the Riesenfernergruppe.


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September 18, 2018 · Community
very nice walk. we took the same way down from the top because the views on that side were great.
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When did you do this route? September 17, 2018

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