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Morgendämmerung am Rudlhorn (2448 m).
Photo: Günther Leitgeb
Distance 29.3 km
Highest point2,815 m
Lowest point1,073 m
From peak to peak. An impressive mountain tour in the Pustertal valley - to be precise, between the Antholzer and Gsies valleys awaits the ambitious mountain enthusiast here.
From the car park at the Kulturhaus in Oberrasen, walk past the church along a small asphalted road to Oberstallerhof. From there, continue briefly along a forest road before taking trail no. 20 to Berggasthof Mudler/Taisten (1,600 m), and continue along the forest road to the Taistner Alm. Shortly after the alpine pasture you leave the forest road and a partly steeper trail leads up to the Rudlhorn (2,448 m). The first of 11 peaks is reached - 1,370 metres of altitude have been climbed.
The trail continues first downhill and then up to the second peak, the „Eisatz“ (2,493 m). A short descent takes you to the "Ausserriedl" and üacross wide alpine meadows, past the „Törl“ to the „Innerriedl“. After these, you leave the paved trail for the first time to climb „Million“ (2,438 m) and the „Frisiberg“ (2,538 m) over trackless, partly rocky terrain. Only here do you rejoin the marked trail, which takes you first slightly downhill and then steeply uphill to the Amperspitze (2,687 m). The
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