The lonely, alpine Pfunderer Höhenweg (Pfunderer Mountain Trail) in South Tyrol in the North of Italy tests the limits of alpine mountaineers. The path, marked by a red circle with white border, leads through unspoiled mountain landscape. Following secluded paths, you won’t meet many other hikers on this challenging route.
The steep and exposed trails will take you up 19,685 feet (6,000 m) of altitude in total. Some sections have ropes, whilst others require you to use your hands to navigate the tricky terrain. As long as you are sure-footed, have a good sense of orientation, and don’t suffer from vertigo, you will enjoy the technical paths.
Your effort is rewarded at every step with fantastic alpine panoramas, wild rocky landscapes, picturesque alpine meadows and lonely mountain lakes. From the high peaks, you have an unforgettable view across the Dolomites, the gigantic Zillertal Alps and even as far as the Ortler and Marmolata mountains. A hike along the Pfunderer Höhenweg is an unforgettable adventure.
You can find a more detailed travel report on my blog.
What did I miss the high mountains! I'm on a lonely mountain trail. Where? South Tyrol again and again. I was only in the impressive mountains of Pfunder last autumn. Until then, I did not know that there was a demanding mountain trail with a lot of space / height meters between the huts. A path that runs almost only between 2,000 and 3,000 meters. In addition, lonely, exciting and genuine. So made for us.
What a day! I honestly don't know how to get this day in one post. We spent a long time thinking about whether we should even start the night before: A storm front should move across the Zillertal Alps today. We threw the ascent of the 3,135 meter Wilden Kreuzspitz overboard and started our boots around 7 a.m. We were …
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I tell you, this mountain trail is definitely not for the faint of heart. So in all respects. Here curses alternate cheerfully over steep and demanding paths with jubilant cheers about this untouched and exciting mountain world.There were three passes to conquer today, one more promising than the next. But it's steep here, man. Thin mountain air, narrow, steep paths and the heavy backpack meet a fit Romy, a combination that tests my limits.
So on this hut tour the weather god is not on our side. Yesterday we started around six, because the weather was super unstable all day. In addition, we did not go the original route via the Gaisscharte, a heavy rope-insured passage. We should have rappelled Lotte over a few places, I had practiced that at home. But when it …
This is the "normal route" from the Brenniger bivouac to the Edelrauthütte via the Gaisscharte. You should only go this route in very good and stable weather conditions. Fog, wetness or even thunderstorms are life-threatening. It would not be the first time that mountain rescue has to intervene here.The path is not recommended with a dog, only if you …
From mountain lake to mountain lake, from hut to hut, from sea of clouds to sea of clouds. Again we tried to defy the unstable weather today. We started from the Edelrauthütte around 7 a.m. in the mild light of the rising sun. A minute later I was just about to start laughing. In the morning, it's actually not the …
Done! After six days we reached Bruneck this evening, so to speak on the last groove. Man, this high-altitude trail really demanded everything from us again. However, contrary to the forecast, the weather was very good. All around us are clouds, above us a blue hole in the sky that happily wandered with us - we somehow deserved it.We …
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