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Trek on the Stabeler High Route

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  • Rocky lookout at Schwarzenbachtörl on 2554 meters.
    Rocky lookout at Schwarzenbachtörl on 2554 meters.
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Distance 25.6 km
12:00 h
1,956 m
2,361 m
Only suitable for fit hikers!
This is a challenging trek which runs below the ridge of the Alpi Aurine

Ascent: From Lutago - Luttach (962 m, road from Campo Tures) by bus or hitchhike to Riobianco - Weissenbach (1,334 m). Following the directions marked 24, which runs north up to the Gögealm alpine hut (2,027 m, with refreshments); continuing on route 24 westwards takes you to the Rifugio Giovanni Porro - Chemnitzer Hütte (2,419 m, open in summer; 2.5 – 3 hours. Overnight stay optional). The Stabeler High Route: We descend via the same route for 15 minutes, then turn left at the intersection (2,300 m) onto route 24a (Stabelerweg footpath), walking up on patches of snow to the Gelenkscharte Col (2,724 m). We descend to the other side on boulders, with the aid of metal ropes, to the Sandrain cirque (2,450 m), then walk back up a zigzag trail to the Schwarzenbachtörl Col (2,554 m). We descend to the second cirque (2,480 m) with the aid of metal ropes, and then trudge up to the Zu Törla Col (2,704 m). Going down the third cirque across boulders and a sharp ridge (with fixed ropes)

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