Three-day hike on the Pflerscher Höhenweg in the South Tyrolean part of the Stubai Alps
Despite its proximity to the Brenner motorway, the Pflerscher Tal is one of the most original Alpine valleys in South Tyrol. An exposed and physically demanding high trail takes us from St. Anton up into the realm of the mighty, almost 3100 m high Tribulaun peak. On a total of three days we hike on partly quite demanding trails high üabove the valley. If you want to climb the summit, we recommend the diversions to the Wei;wandspitze – this only requires a 30-minute diversions on the second stage. Experienced mountaineers can also climb the Tribulaun, but they should be able to cope with a difficulty level of UIAA III and have the appropriate equipment with them.
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