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The Mühlwald Alpine Path

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  • Saftige Bergwiesen, urige Almhütten und atemberaubende Aussicht begleiten den Wanderer.
    Saftige Bergwiesen, urige Almhütten und atemberaubende Aussicht begleiten den Wanderer.
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difficult
Distance 16.1 km
5:54 h
1,020 m
1,020 m
2,094 m
1,158 m
From the Gorner Alm to the Weizgruberalm
The paths and trails leading from alp to alp are uniformly marked and in their entirety form a beautiful high-altitude trail.

From Mühlwald (village, 1220 m) always follow the markings 25 B, partly on footpaths, partly on forest roads northwestwards through meadows and forest and past huts;Up to Steinerhof (1630 m), turn right here and follow footpath 25 up through the forest to Gorneralm (1993 m; also called Gornerhütten); from Mühlwald 21⁄2 hrs. Höhenweg: From the Gorneralm always follow the good markings 25 A, first on footpath crossing the slopes to the Mairhofer Alm (1930 m), continue on a path and footpath to the Brunnbergalm and to the meadow clearing with the Feichter huts;From the lower hut continue on the cross-country trail to the Mösenlechenalm (1965 m) and on an almost level footpath out to the Weizgruberalm (2032 m, bar); from Gorneralm 11⁄2 hours. Descent: From the Weizgruberalm on trail 28 B south-west along the meadow and forest slope down to the Hopfgartneralm (1844 m) and to the Lärchegg farm (1635 m), on the access road briefly out to the crossing trail 28 and now always following this


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