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The Landshut High Trail

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  • Das Pfitscher-Joch-Haus in Pfitsch
    Das Pfitscher-Joch-Haus in Pfitsch
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Distance 21.3 km
9:13 h
1,363 m
1,363 m
2,694 m
1,433 m
In the middle of the rock, under stony flanks
From Pfitscher Joch to Landshuter Hütte

Ascent: From St. Jakob in the innermost Pfitscher Tal (1446 m; road from Sterzing) on an almost level road through the meadows in about 1 hour into the valley to the hamlet of Stein (1555 m; inn) and on the path or trail 3. Steig 3 with a medium steep ascent first through forest and then over open mountain slopes north-eastwards up to the Pfitscher Joch (2250 m; not far from the Joch is the Pfitscher-Joch-Haus with summer catering); from St. Jakob a good 3 hours. Hiking trail: From the Pfitscher Joch, always follow signpost 3 westwards on the good hiking trail, partly level, partly with slight ups and downs through the steep slopes below the massive rock faces and ridges of the Grawand and Hohe Wand to a descending rock ridge (2382 m) and Finally, a roughly one-hour ascent via the Geröllhänge below the Kraxentrager to the Landshuter Europahütte (2693 m; summer catering); from Pfitscher Joch a good 3 hours. Descent: From the Landshuter Europahütte on the south side on trail 3 A in


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