To the hamlet of Stein at the head of the Pflersch valley
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Panoramablick über Sterzing, Ridnaun und Pflersch
Photo: Tappeiner AG
Distance 11.2 km
Highest point1,851 m
Lowest point1,221 m
On archaic paths On the way in one of the most beautiful and interesting natural and cultural landscapes of the Wipptal valley.
From St. Anton in Pflersch (1245 m, parking available on the valley floor) down into the valley to Hotel Feuerstein, soon turn right onto the bridge over the valley stream and continue briefly down into the valley, then turn right between a meadow barn and a bee house on the inner edge of the meadow slope (all unmarked), on a footpath that is weak at first but soon improves, through bushes, up a medium steep slope to a hay hut (wayside cross) and through meadows to the farms of Außerstein (approx. 1400 m). From there a short way up and then on the old path (“Gasse”) on a level hike into the valley to the farms of Hinterstein (1418 m, at Steinhofer a stone). From Steinhofer on the old path briefly uphill and then continue above the meadows (along the path old tunnels with engravings) to a stream ditch (footbridge), soon after turn left, on path 6/8, briefly down to the valley stream (bridge, 1465 m) on the other side briefly out to a nature park site (from there short path installation
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