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Sesto (Sexten) to the Klammbachalm alpine farm

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  • The Klammalm alpine pasture near Sesto.
    The Klammalm alpine pasture near Sesto.
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moderate
Distance 11.5 km
3:51 h
609 m
609 m
1,949 m
1,341 m
Pastureland for more than 250 cattle
On the green eastern side of Valle di Sesto (Sextental) Valley, a tributory of Val Pusteria (Pustertal) Valley

At the Church of San Giuseppe in Moso (Moos), in Val di Sesto (Sestental) Valley at 1,337 metres, follow the short Nemesstraße Street, on the east side, between some houses. Then follow the forest road (marked No. 13), first briefly through meadows and then a while through the forest, only a slight uphill grade the whole way, until you reach a crossroads. Follow the broad trail that branches off to the left to Klammbachalm alpine pastures. Continue following signs for Klammbachalm: it’s about a half hour through forests and across mountain meadows, moderately steep, up Klammbachalm (1,944 m; serves food); around 2 hours from Moso. Descent: same as ascent (1.5 hours) or longer alternative routes can be seen on a hiking map.

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