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Soyscharte and Flimjoch - 2 valley hike

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  • Die Äußere Pilsbergalm unterhalb der Soyscharte auf der Ultner Talseite.
    Die Äußere Pilsbergalm unterhalb der Soyscharte auf der Ultner Talseite.
    Photo: Manuel Demetz
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Distance 23.6 km
12:35 h
2,402 m
2,402 m
2,894 m
1,890 m
Lonely traverse
From the Ulten Valley into the Martell Valley to the Flim Lakes. Enduring mountain tour over the Soyscharte and the Flimjoch, off the main routes.

Start the mountain tour at Weißbrunnsee on trail no. 102 (merges with trail no. 12) in the direction of Pilsberg. From the Pilsberg Alm, follow trail no. 142 to the Soyscharte. Descend on trail no. 4 in the direction of the Soyalm and shortly before the alp turn right onto trail no. 18. After a short climb you reach the Flimkanzel. From there, descend to the Flimsee lakes. From Unterer Flimsee follow the sign Flimjoch (this trail is not marked). After crossing the stream on the valley floor, follow signpost no. 2. The ascent to the Flimjoch is very well marked. From the Flimjoch, descend via trail no. 143 to the Hintere Flatschbergalm. Shortly after the pasture, turn right onto trail no. 12 to the Tufer Alm pasture and then continue to the Pilsberg Alm pasture. From there take the outward route back to the Weißbrunnsee lake.


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