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To the Stumpf and Kaseralm

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  • Die Stumpfalm in Gsies.
    Die Stumpfalm in Gsies.
    Photo: Hanspaul Menara
Distance 9.9 km
3:24 h
623 m
623 m
2,084 m
1,462 m
Two of many beautiful alpine pastures in the Gsiesertal.
Beautiful views and good food are inviting.

From the end of the valley in St. Magdalena in Gsies, or from the From the Binterhöfen (1482 m; various signposts) slightly behind, always follow the 47 mark on the right and the signposts »Stumpfalm« first briefly on an asphalt road and then on an unpaved forest road only slightly uphill in wide bends through extensive woodland;then on an unpaved forest road, only slightly ascending in wide hairpin bends through extensive woodland up to the beautifully situated hut of the Stumpfalm (2000 m; bar); from the starting point 1:30 hrs. Now turn left on the not-to-be-missed wide alpine path crossing the beautiful mountain meadows and the alpine pastures on a barely noticeable incline north-west to the Kaseralm (2076 m; refreshments; from Stumpfalm about 20 min.), from there on the cross-country slope into the Pfoital and through this (marked 13) soon down through the forest to the starting point; from Kaseralm a good 1 hour .


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