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  • Der Weg durch die wilde und ungezähmte Wildnis zum Staller Sattel.
    Der Weg durch die wilde und ungezähmte Wildnis zum Staller Sattel.
Distance 166 km
8:56 h
1,866 m
1,866 m
2,052 m
679 m
Untamed crossing.
There are passes in the Central Alps that one imagines to be somewhere else entirely, because they are still pristine and hardly populated and the surrounding landscape appears wild and untamed. The Staller Sattel, a small pass on the edge of the Hohe Tauern National Park, is one of these passes.

From Gais an der Ahr to St. Lorenzen, via Dietenheim past Percha and Oberwielenbach to Valdaora ➊. Either take the main road on the left or the cycle path on the right past the Olang reservoir ➋. From Welsberg to Dobbiaco ➌, likewise either on the main road or on the somewhat more winding cycle path. Continue on the SS49 and through San Candido ➍. Then through Arnbach ➎ and Sillian ➏, continue on the main road to Lienz. In Lienz at the roundabout ➐ turn left towards Felbertauern/Matrei In Huben ➑ turn left into the Defereggen valley, through St. Jakob up the Staller Sattel ➒. Descent into the Antholz valley, always on the SP 44 through Antholz ➓ to Olang (mostly signposted „Toblach”). On the cycle path or main road towards Bruneck and back as approach to Gais.


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