winter bei eggergrubalm oberhalb stuls dahinter hochwart fr
winter bei eggergrubalm oberhalb stuls dahinter hochwart fr

Snowshoe hike to the Eggergrub Mountain Hut

At almost 2.000 m of altitude above Stulles in the Passiria Valley there is the Eggergrub Mountain Hut, a nice destination for a snowshoe hike of moderate difficulty.

Our starting point is the village centre of Stulles (Stuls). From there we follow the sign to "Morx Puite" and "Eggergrub Alm". We slightly ascend and cross meadows and forests. The path is cleared from the snow until we reach the parking space Hochegg/Stulles di Sopra. Those who want to shorten the walk can come here by car and reduce the walking time by half.

Now we put on our snowshoes, as the path is covered by a thick layer of snow. The sun is shining and overcoming a difference in altitude of 660 m gets us into a sweat. After a nice lunch break on the alpine pasture we enjoy the view on the snow-covered landscape.

We return on the same path. If you start from the parking Hochegg/Stulles di Spora instead of the village centre, the walking time, the distance and the difference in altitude are reduced by half.

Author: AT

alpine pasture hike difficulty: moderate
  • Starting point:
    Stulles (village centre)
  • Time required:
    03:20 h
  • Track length:
    9,4 km
  • Altitude:
    from 1.336 m to 1.933 m
  • Altitude difference:
    +598 m | -598 m
  • Signposts:
    no. 14, 14B
  • Destination:
    Egger Grub Alm
  • Resting points:
    Morx Puite, Egger Grub Alm
  • Recommended time of year:
    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

If you want to do this hike, we suggest you to check the weather and trail conditions in advance and on site before setting out.

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