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The Wolfthorn

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  • Die Grubbergalm hoch über der Pfitscher Talsohle.
    Die Grubbergalm hoch über der Pfitscher Talsohle.
    Photo: Martin Martinelli
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moderate
Distance 14.8 km
7:12 h
1,279 m
1,279 m
2,771 m
1,493 m
Summit on the Austria-Italy border
About the Grubbergalm to the Wolfendorn.

The starting point to Wolfendorn is the car park next to the barrier. Follow the forest road, turn right at the first fork and after about 250 m follow the path to the left in the dense forest. The forest path is not particularly difficult and passes next to a lot of cranberries. Always follow the markings, as the forest path öfters crosses the forest road üfters. After about 1 hour's walk we arrive at the Grubbergalm. It is advisable to take a short break in order to climb the summit with new energy. Continue along path 5, at the beginning a slight ascent, but from 2167 m above sea level the path (Hohenhals) is quite flat. Always follow trail 5 past the Flatschjoch 2395 and the Brennermäuerl. The ascent to the summit is not particularly strenuous. The path runs along the ridge for quite a long time and you are therefore exposed to the wind for a long time (warm clothing). After about 1.15 hours you reach the Wolfendorn and can enjoy the wonderful panorama over the Pfitschtal


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