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  • Auf dem Versellersteig vom Hochstein auf die Körlspitz im Gsiesertal.
    Auf dem Versellersteig vom Hochstein auf die Körlspitz im Gsiesertal.
    Photo: Albert Kopfsguter
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Distance 19.7 km
9:17 h
1,511 m
1,511 m
2,609 m
1,285 m
Summit hike
From summit to summit on the Versellersteig trail in the Gsiesertal valley - via the Gerichtshals and the Hochstein to the Körlspitze peak.

From the church in St. Martin in Gsies (1276 m) on the wide and fairly steep forest path (marked 44), first in bends through steep, rock-strewn forest up to the Außerhütten (1640 m). Continue along the trail to the Randlhütte (1862 m). Turn sharp left here and follow trail no. 48 steeply uphill to the Gerichtshals (2239 m). The tour continues on the Versellersteig trail to the Hochstein (2464 m). Via the ridge you reach the Körlspitze (2612 m) in an easterly direction. Follow the ridge up and down to Grubers Lenke (2509 m). Turn sharp right here and descend steeply to the Tolderhütte and through the Verselltal valley back out to the starting point.


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