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Von Plantapatsch (Watles) ins Zertzer Tal

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  • An den Pfaffenseen
    An den Pfaffenseen
    Photo: Albert Rinn, Outdooractive Editors
m 2800 2600 2400 2200 2000 1800 1600 1400 1200 10 8 6 4 2 km Bergstation Watles Prämajurlift Infotafel Seeweg Fischen am Pfaffensee Oberdörfer Alm Fauler See Bruggeralm St Martin
moderate
Distance 11.2 km
4:30 h
270 m
970 m
2,411 m
1,449 m
Nach kurzem und gemütlichen Aufstieg über das Sonnenplateau am Watles zum Schafberg, geht es über nicht zu steile Hänge zur Oberdorfer Alm in Zerzer Tal. Das herrlich ruhige Bergtal wandern wir zurück zur Reschenpassstraße an den Fischerhäusern.

Von der Mittelstation des Skigebiets Watles (Plantapatsch) geht es leicht ansteigend und schon bald in herrlicher Ruhe zu den Pfaffenseen. In Richtung Norden über die sonnigen, weiten Hänge des Grossbodens erreichen wir leicht ansteigend den höchsten Punkt der Tour, den Schafberg (2411). Jetzt ändert sich die Szenerie beim Abstieg in das im Winter vollständig ruhige Zerzertal, einem  der schönsten alpinen Hochtäler Südtirols. Nach der Bruckeralm geht es durch Bergwälder beständig abwärts, an dem Kirchlein St. Martin und am Faulsee vorbei, bis wir bei den Fischerhäusern auf die Reschenpassstraße stoßen.

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Outdooractive is for me the home as an outdoor enthusiast in two aspects. It is my professional home as sales manager of Outdooractive GmbH & Co KG and my private home with mountain tours, ski tours, mountain bike tours and tobogganing in the Allgäu Alps and other areas of the Alps, as well as hiking and cycling tours throughout my leisure time. Outdooractive inspires and informs me about all my activities. Most of all, I love the good outdooractive map, which gives me all the details to find the "right way" anywhere in the world - on the web during the preparation and on the spot with the app.

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