Peter Anich high-altitude trail
This ridgeway trail connects the northern Stubaier Alps and allows the traveller to constantly breathe in the mountain air. The trail is named after the geographer and region's most famous son, Peter Anich. Starting point is at his birthplace of Oberperfuss, while at the end of the trail is the picturesquely-situated Peter Anich Cabin in Rietz, 1900m high and offering everything the Alps can. The visitor's view sweeps across dense coniferous forests and luscious meadows to the scraggy terrain of the mountain peaks.
From Oberperfuss, it takes about an hour to the first food and resting place. The trail leads across the car park at Stiglreith to the almost 1800m-high Rosskogelhütte and, from here, further on to the 1900m-high Krimpenbachsattel and to Inzinger Alm, where further refreshment and rest await the traveller. After here, it's onwards across the 'Alpi' to the tour's highest point, The Rauher Kopf at 2302 metres. The 1600m-high Flaurlinger Alm is also to be found along the way, offering even more food and rest. From here, the traveller continues across the Oberhofer Galtalm to the ruined Neuburger Hütte and on to the Pfaffenhofer Alm at 1700 metres, where there is, of course, a further chance of food and rest. It's now only another hour's walk to the Peter Anich Cabin, and another opportunity to rest and recharge your batteries.
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