A hike offering the best views in the Stubai Valley!
The hike impressively exhibits the diversity of the Stubai mountains unlike any other. Striking rock formations, deep crevasses, Stubai’s highest 3000-meter-peaks in sight and plenty of "wild water".
It is recommended to use the free buses, because the endpoint Grawa alp is about a 10 minute drive away from the starting point, the bottom station Gletscherbahn.
Updated: January 21, 2016
Best time of year
The road over the Trögler is only recommended for very good weather and with good mountain experience.
Middle station of the Stubaier glacier lift (2286 m)
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Grawa waterfall with Grawa alp
After the comfortable ascent (FREE with the STUBAI SUPER CARD) by gondola cableway to reach the middle station of the Stubai Glacier. Behind the building via a bridge we cross the stram Fernaubach and climb up over boulders towards to turn Trögler (very good mountaineering experience necessary) or via the Peiljoch. The road over the Peiljoch is steep but provided with good safety ropes (about 1.5 hours). The simpler version leads straight to Peiljoch. Here you can enjoy ravishing views of the Stubai Glacier world. The descent takes us first in serpentines, then through ice moranie of glacier Sulzenau in about 1 hour to Sulzenau hut. From there, after a retreat, the trail leads down to the valley. The perfect finish provides the Grawa alp directly overlooking the Grawa waterfall!
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with the free bus (depature al 15 minutes) from the Hotel Stubaierhof to the final stop Mutterberg at the Stubai Glacier.
straight from the Hotel Stubaierhof and futher with the free bus or at the bottom station of the Stubaier glacier lift
Arrival by train, car, foot or bike
alpine hiking equipment
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