Tribulaunhütte to Italian Tribulaun Hut
Country - Austria
Region - Brennerberge & Hochstubai
Author - Peter Hollington
Length - 5.4 km / 3.3 miles
Ascent - 535 metres / 1766 feet
Time - 2.00 hours
This is day two of a three day route through changing mountain scenery from the Brenner pass area into the Stubai alps. It is a variant on the Jubilaumssteig.
From the Tribulaunhütte take the path across scee to Pfferscher Scharte (2599m, 535m ascent, 2.75km). A landslip covered start here and path 59 and path 61 are a suitable alternative. Continue by descending on a good path to the Tribulaun Hut by a delightful lake (2368m, 0.6km). The Tribulaun hut is below impressively steep cliffs.
The next section continues to the Bremerhütte - More Details
Note - altitude, ascent and distance (where appropriate) are given for each section of the route.
- Alpenvereinskarte Number 31/3 "Brennerberge"- published by OAV
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