Offer valid from:
1 Oct.2017 - 14 Oct. 201715 Oct. 2017 - 22 Oct. 20176 Nov. 2017 - 18 Dec. 2017
Beautiful and varied this hike leads past waterfalls, stone pine trees and grass slopes to the fantastically beautiful Mutterberg mountain lake. Destination is the Fernau mid-station at an altitude of 2,300m.
Stages of the Mutterberger See Hike, Route 135:Stubai Glacier Valley StationStart at the Stubai Glacier valley station and hike along Wilde Grub’n, between grass slopes, stone pine and dwarf pine fields.The descent leads through Hohe Grube, a moor and steep, grass hills. In-between stone pine and dwarf pine fields and past waterfalls you get down to the valley.Mutterberger SeeThe beautifully located Mutterberger See lake invites to spend some time there. The surrounding summits are mirrored in the mountain lake. Perfect for cooling off on hot summer days.NiederlCross through Niederl wind valley to get to Dresdner Hütte. Sure-footedness and a good head for heights are a must.Dresdner HütteDesdner Hütte is open from late June to late September (weather depending) and is a good rest stop also offering overnight accommodation. More information: Dresdner HütteFernau Mid-StationFrom Fernau mid-station on an altitude of 2,300m you can take Eisgrat gondola to get conveniently down to the valley. Or you can continue on Route 135 down to the valley.
Starting point: Stubai Glacier valley station Destination: Mutterberg mountain lakeDifficulty: intermediateAltitude difference: 850 mDuration: 4.5 hoursTour No.: 135Character: mountain lake
The facilities operated by the Stubai Glacier cableways are located in the high-Alpine region. Outside of the station facilities themselves the risks associated with high-Alpine conditions must be expected. The hiking trails in the area are not part of the facilities operated and offered by the Stubai Glacier cableways. The map of the hiking trails shown here is not sufficient for the safe planning of a hike. Before setting out on a hike it is essential to check on the level of difficulty of the terrain, its demands on hikers and the characteristics of the trail. The hiking trails are not maintained by the Stubai
Glacier cableways. The Stubai Glacier cableways assumes no liability of any kind for accidents sustained on the hiking trails and in Alpine territory outside of the station facilities. In difficult weather conditions (snow, storm, fog etc.) such hiking trails become considerably more demanding and even impassable! Those wishing to go on a hike are advised to consult mountain guide services.