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Tuggel Tour

General description

Up and down below Piz Salve, Munwartl and Glurnser Köpfl mountains.

From Trafoi, a lift takes you up to the Furkelhütte hut (2,153 m), where you can have a coffee before starting the tour. Then up and down on gravel paths, meadow paths towards the Stilfser Alm  Alpine pasture (2,077 m). Here, another opportunity presents itself to enjoy the panoramic view. Now downhill around 500 metres of height, below the Stilfser Alm to the 6er trail (S1) and forest as well as gravel path downhill to the Faslarhöfe farms (1,550 m), to then carry on uphill again, towards Schartalm Alpine pasture (1,825 m). At the junction Schartalm, take the gravel path towards the Lichtenberger Almen Alpine pastures (2,066 m) to the beautiful Gutfalltal Valley. From the pastures, a lovely trail, with occasional roots and a brilliant panoramic view leads to the Glurnser Alm Alpine pasture (1,978 m). This part is challenging and occasionally requires some skill and fitness. At the pasture, it is worth taking a break and a snack you brought along (Marend).
From the Glurnser Alm Alpine pasture, follow the forest trail downhill up to the town walls of the beautiful little town of Glorenza/Glurns, with its cobbled old town and nice cafés. From Glorenza, briefly follow the road from the south gate of the town wall, then turn right into the meadow path to Prato.

Public parking below the Hotel Bella Vista.
Length 37.241 km
Difficulty medium
Difference in height uphill 2213 hm
Difference in height downhill 965 hm
Difference in height 2272 m
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