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  • Der Campill liegt am Lüsner Almenkamm.
    Der Campill liegt am Lüsner Almenkamm.
    Photo: ["dietrich", "Tappeiner AG"]
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Distance 12.4 km
5:07 h
690 m
688 m
2,188 m
1,498 m
On the Campiller Alm
A challenging snow hike on the Campill in Lüsen.

Tour by Walther Dorfmann. From the car park, ascend via the toboggan run to Maurerdreiwiesen. In the now open terrain, continue eastwards (Mark. 2) in the direction of Genaider Alm. On this section you also come across the Schlüsselstelle, a steep slope that requires some caution. From the alpine pasture, the trail continues in a northerly direction, partly through a stand of scree, to an alpine pasture hut, behind which the stream ditch can be easily crossed. You now trudge almost level to the east to the Jakobsstückl. More or less directly on the ridge, you now climb in a north-westerly direction to the clearly visible summit of the Campill. Descent from the Campill:  First you descend about 50 metres to the west, then you turn to the northwest and reach the Kreuzwiesenhütte in a wide left turn, which is still hidden behind a wooded ridge. You can return to the car park via the toboggan run or the Schmatzhaussteig (Mark. 2A).


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