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Via the Teplitzerhütte to the Becherhaus

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  • Becherhaus (Rif. Biasi al Bicchiere)
    Becherhaus (Rif. Biasi al Bicchiere)
    Photo: ÖAV-Hüttenfinder
m 4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 10 8 6 4 2 km Teplitzer Hütte (Rif. Vedretta Pendente) Becherhaus (Rif. Biasi al Bicchiere) Bergbaumuseum Schneeberg Ridnaun Grohmannhütte (Rif. Vedretta Piana)
Distance 11.4 km
5:30 h
1,911 m
167 m
3,161 m
1,417 m

A beautiful, moderately difficult hike to the Becherhaus

After a long ascent that leads past the Aglsbodenalm, Grohmannhütte and Teplitzerhütte as well as üover some glacier and easy climbing passages, we reach the Becherhaus. It is recommended to spend one night in the Becherhaus and to spread the ascent and descent over two days.  


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