On old mule tracks via alpine passes in 29 daily stages from Zermatt to Mittelberg in the Kleiner Walsertal. Stage 27 and 28 lead through the Große Walsertal.
Via the Muttersberg (1,402m) - reachable by the Muttersberg cable car - and the Tiefenseesattel (1,562m) you reach Fuchswald (1,145m). Continue on to Oberpartnomalpe (1.679m) and down to Stein (1.306m) - where you can comfortably hover over the valley on the gondola lift of the cable cars. The day's destination is the municipality of Sonntag (888m).
From Sonntag walk to Buchboden and over the Oberüberlutalpe (1.585m) to the Schadonapass (1.840m) where the Biberacher Hütte (1.846m) is located.
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The official hiking and culture guide to the new Walserweg
In 25 stages from Brandnertal Triesenberg to Laterns and Damüls, in the Great and Small Walser and on the Tannberg in the Silbertal to Galtür. A hiking and culture guide from the Vorarlberger Walservereinigung.
Author: Stefan Heim
The book: 240 pages, 14.5 x 21 cm, 138 illustrations, 25 map sections in the scale 1: 50,000 u. Two outline maps, flap brochure Tyrolia-Verlag, Innsbruck-Vienna 2013, ISBN 978-3-71022-3256-6
Price: € 24,95 / SFr. 35,50
A journey of discovery on 161 stages, more than a whole hiking season through eight countries: Italy, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, France, Monaco.
The Rote Weg is a connecting route between the eight Alpine states. It crosses several times the main Alpine ridge to connect Trieste with Monaco via Bavaria and Liechtenstein. It leads through the Lechquellengebirge, past the Biberacher Hütte through the Große Walsertal.
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An interesting leg of the European long-distance trail leads from Faschina over the high scissors to the Biberacher hut. - The trail section bears the route number 601.
We recommend to choose the way over Sonntag - Buchboden - Biberacherhütte.
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