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Seeberalm and Upper Glaneggalm

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  • Die Seeberalm gegen die Stubaier Alpen.
    Die Seeberalm gegen die Stubaier Alpen.
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m 2100 2000 1900 1800 6 5 4 3 2 1 km
Distance 6.2 km
2:01 h
315 m
321 m
2,146 m
1,825 m
Two of the rearmost alpine pastures in the Passeier Valley
Passing the beautiful Seebersee lake.

Approach almost to the first bend in the Timmelsjoch road after the mountain inn »Hochfirst« here carefully turn left by car (signpost »Seeberalm«) and (on the valley side) along a short road to the fairly large Seeberalm car park (approx. 1900 m). From there walk on a steep, marked path westwards through the steep slopes in about 20 minutes up to the Obere Glaneggalm (2062 m; bar), then follow the sign pointing to the lake on a well-marked path briefly upwards and then largely level in 1 hour. To the Seebersee (2056 m), now near its eastern shore follow the signpost »Seeberalm« and then steeply in parts through grassy meadows down to the lower alpine pastures and across them not far from the stream gorge down into the valley to the Seeberalm (1842 m; snack station); from the lake 0:45 hrs. From the alpine pasture, take the wide access path, first slightly downhill and then slightly uphill for 20 minutes back to the car park.


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