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From the Stelvio Pass to the Furkel Hut

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  • Blick vom Stilfser Joch auf die Dreisprachenspitze
    Blick vom Stilfser Joch auf die Dreisprachenspitze
    Photo: 2000 at the German language Wikipedia [GFDL ( or CC-BY-SA-3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons,
Distance 14.1 km
4:45 h
298 m
1,512 m
3,022 m
1,524 m
On this hike we climb the Rötlspitze, a 3000m peak and hike üalong old trade routes through war sites of the Alpine War 1914-18, enjoying the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains again and again.

This tour takes us from the Stifser Joch first to the Dreisprachen Spitze. From there we go up to the Rötlspitz, where we enjoy a magnificent panorama from an altitude of 3026m. Afterwards we hike down to the Goldsee on the old trade route „Wormissionssteig“. The Wormissionssteig was named after the former town of Worms – today's Bormio – and served as a trade route between the Vinschgau and Lombardy. At the Goldsee there are still – remains from the First World War, which only hint at the fighting on the – Austrian-Italian front. From there we continue our hike on the Goldsee trail at the foot of the Furkelspitze and gradually leave the high alpine terrain until we reach our destination, the Furkelhütte. From there we walk or take the chairlift back down to Trafoi in the valley.


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The routes from this source come from years of cooperation between Outdooractive AG and the ADAC publishing house in Munich. More than 80 hiking tour books were produced throughout Germany and at popular holiday destinations in Italy, Spain and Portugal. A special feature are the ADAC children's hiking guides, which are tailored to the needs of young explorers and their parents. 

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