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To the Grubbergalm

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  • Die Grubbergalm auf der Pfitscher Sonnenseite
    Die Grubbergalm auf der Pfitscher Sonnenseite
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m 2100 2000 1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 km
Distance 7.3 km
2:58 h
605 m
606 m
2,029 m
1,423 m
Impressive view
On the sunny side of the Pfitscher Valley.

From Kematen in Pfitsch (1440 m) follow the signpost »Grubbergalm« and marker 5 through the meadows and through a wide forest aisle (the path here is weak, the marker good) straight and fairly steeply up, then turn right through beautiful forest on a better path mä&aer;uphill on a better path to the edge of a water-filled reservoir (1848 m; Hatzllacke), then continue uphill on the forest path (always marked 5) through woodland to a fork with signposts and turn left up to the nearby Grubbergalm (2002 m; bar; from Kematen 1:30 hrs.). Descent: Back to the fork, now follow the signpost »Grube« on footpath in the forest downhill (this path is also marked with No. 5), soon briefly on a forest road, then back on the path or path in serpentines through the forest. Finally briefly on the forest road to the road fork, turn right and follow the signpost to Kematen westwards to the edge of the forest and down to Kematen; from the alpine pasture 1:30 hrs.


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