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Moseralm and Kleiner Gitsch

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  • Herrliche Blumenwiesen umgeben die Moserhütte
    Herrliche Blumenwiesen umgeben die Moserhütte
    Photo: Hanspaul Menara
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Distance 11.7 km
3:58 h
655 m
655 m
2,259 m
1,605 m
On the Gitschberg
Alm circular hike to the Moseralm and the Kleiner Gitsch near Meransen.

First of all, drive from Mühlbach to Meransen and via the Walderhöfe up to the slightly higher car park (approx. 1620 m). From there, always follow the signs to the "Moseralm" on wide forest paths in an easy forest ascent to the Moser Hut (1936 m, bar; about 1:30 hrs from the starting point); and from there on path or trail 6 through grassy terrain up to the Kleine Gitsch (2262 m; about 1 hr from the alp). - Descent: Either ascent or on the following route: From the highest point of the Kleiner Gitsch, descend northwards very slightly via the Ochsenboden (depression with signposts) to the Weißalm (2177 m; unmanaged hut), from there on trail 12 A down to another alpine hut (Lafaie) and to a hay hut on the marked "Jagersteig" (1988 m); now on this trail to the left, southwards, crossing the steep forest slopes to a wide forest road and back to the car park; from Kleinem Gitsch approx. 2 hrs.


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