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Distance 5.5 km
Highest point2,848 m
Lowest point1,441 m
A special feature of this little-used route is the wild and lonely environment. The relatively easy ascent is mostly pathless and relatively strenuous because of the many steep sections. The secluded summit offers a magnificent and interesting panorama.
Follow the signpost „Felbespitze” and cross the Pfitscher Bach stream. First you walk across meadows and through the sparse vegetation, then later up through the steep and dense forest. At 1900 m you reach the ruined buildings of the Viedalpe. Turn right (south-west) and hike to a wild ditch with a wonderful view of the Grabspitze. After reaching a grassy plain interspersed with flowers, continue to the right (the trail markings are lost here) and climb up a steep, grassy slope. At about 2300 m you meet a ridge, which you follow to the foot of the summit. The path continues arduously over uncomfortable scree to the watershed at the foot of the Grabspitze. Climb up to the left (north) to a saddle at 2674 m directly below the rocky peak (be careful along the steep flanks, which are prone to steep impacts!) The rest of the ascent is first over a grassy slope and then over easy rocks that lead directly to the summit of the Felbespitze. This beautiful mountain is characterised by its
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