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The weather is barely changing at the moment. An area of low pressure lies over Central Europe and is heading slowly east. There will be sunny spells in the morning, and then the cloud will thicken and cause thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening.


During the following days, we should lower our expectations of the weather! The general weather situation will not change and even more humid air masses will move into Central Europe.

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From Birgitzköpfl to Mutterer Alm

This section starts from the bottom lift station at Axamer Lizum. From just behind Hotel Olympia, you take a gravel path that branches off to the left and eventually turns into a relatively steep mountain path towards Halsl. During the right season, you can experience the splendour of the alpine roses on this route. However, no matter what the season, you will always be rewarded with fantastic views of the Kalkkögel mountain range, the Ampfererstein and the Marchreisenspitze. The route follows windy paths that lead over tree roots and rocks to Halsl, where you get spectacular views of the Stubai Valley, and then continues for one kilometre along a mountain path to the Birgitzköpflhaus mountain hut. From there, you get a good view of the next part of the route. The trail leads a few metres down the mountain and then joins a beautifully-prepared mountain path towards Pfriemesköpfl mountain. From below Pfriemeswand peak, it is only another 35 minutes to the Mutterer Alm mountain hut, initially down a steep path and then along a forest road straight to the hut. Once at the hut, you can choose a spot on the spacious terrace and enjoy magnificent views with a cool drink and good Tyrolean food. 

From the Mutterer Alm, a mountain path leads down past the idyllic Hirschlacke pond towards the valley. At an altitude of about 1,400 metres, the trail turns into a forest road and then joins the ski piste. The route down to Mutters repeatedly crosses the mountain cart track and the downhill bike track that is part of the Muttereralm Bike Park. 

Finally, the road leads into the village centre of Mutters, which is known for its traditional houses and flower-laden balconies.
Altitude up 579 m
Altitude down 1185 m
Highest Point 2119 m
Route length 9.9 km
Total duration 6h
Starting point Bushaltestelle Axamer Lizum
Endpoint Stubaitalbahn-Haltestelle
City Innsbruck
Trail surface Forstwege, Steige, Waldwege
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