Starting point of this circular walk is the Dresdner Hut. This is a small, unspectacular hike, However, the Sure-footedness and slight fear of heights voraussetzt.Durch good Signs there is no problem, to find the entry. The trail leads through many stages and plates the southern slope below the Egesengrates up. In the upper, shallower part, he cites small pools of water past, over to Egesennieder (2488m). Who the great panorama wants to enjoy from the summit, nor should the less than an hour Time to Egesengrat (2631m) invest. The descent is now on the Stubai High Trail directly back to Dresden Cottage.
“Look and Listen” it says in the walk along the south slope. Before you Murmeltiere get to see, make them by yourself shrill whistles noticeable.
Ascent with the Stubai Glacier to Mittelstation Fernau. The Rise is now sun side past the small Egesensee for Egesennieder on 2488m. Attention: This interspersed with meadows slope is known for Murmeltiere. On the Back of Egesennieder guides you climb down into the Wilde Grube. You can expect a few Cable insurance, you over smooth, of Glaciers about ground Stone slabs
help about it. This makes the Survived "worst" and now follow the sloping driveway. That ca. 10 min turn left a slight upward climb towards Regensburger Hütte from. Just before the lake is still a short, but steep Final sprint due, but then it's done. A great panorama view of the 3000's Stubaier Alpen compensates for all the effort. After a long break - a snack with drink not forget – at the Mutterberger lake (2480m) alight from the Mutterbergalm. We pass a high moss and lush green meadows. The lower part of Descent is steep and schotterig and is 850m!
This hike is zugleichein section of the Tiroler Adlerweges. And the name is no coincidence, so keep your eyes on.
Ascent with the Stubai Glacier to Fernau middle station. The Rise is now shadow side, tlw. about large stone slabs, in Serpentinen to Beiljoch on 2672m. They overcome this a Passage with Cable insurance - This requires Sure-footedness and absolute fear of heights. Through the many, many "Steinmandln" at the Beiljoch you almost feel the Tibetan Highland offset. The highest point of the hike is best availed also for extensive rest. Here you can enjoy the vast panorama on the split-rich Glacier tongues at the foot of Zuckerhütls.
For the Descent select the "Wild Waters Way". First, it is easier to go, and it also leads in the vicinity of the crevasses and the imposing meltwater streams in the rear Stubaital.Die blue paints and the Sulzenauer Hochmoos You can lie to the right and reach the Sulzenauhütte and later the Sulzenau Alm. The bus stop Grawa Alm (1530m) is of the Sulzenau Alm now more than an hour away. This hike is regarded as one of the im Stubaital "Economical". That is with a small increase von ca. 400m hiking on a huge panoramic view of the Stubai Glacier; Usually the calls much more "beads of sweat".