OBERGURGL -> stone pine forest -> Rotmoos waterfall -> reservoir pond -> Rotmoostal valley -> HOHE MUT HUT
From Obergurgl centre you walk to the end of the village. From there you follow the walking path direction Zirbenwald (stone pine forest). Through the wood you pass the Rotmoos waterfall. Afterwards you follow the gravel path direction Rotmoostal valley. At the entrance of the valley you turn left and follow the mountain path to the Hohe Mut (hut).
Along the Rotmoostal valley up to the Rotmoos glacier (stamp site) and from there back over the Hohe Mut saddle to the Hut. (approx. 1,5 hours longer).
Updated: February 23, 2021
Rest StopHohe Mut Alm
Safety informationModerate mountain trail; for sure footed and experienced hikers. Good physical condition, mountain experience and mountain equipment (see notice equipment) necessary. Please pay attention to the current weather report: https://www.oetztal.com/summer.html.
Tips, hints and linksMore details about hiking In Ötztal: https://www.oetztal.com/wandern
Getting thereObergurgl-Hochgurgl is located in the western part of Austria in the state of TYROL, in a southern side valley of the Inn valley - the ÖTZTAL. For your arrival by car you plan the best route from your home town with the route planner online:https://www.google.at/maps
ParkingIn Obergurgl-Hochgurgl the following parking facilities are available:
- Car park Village center Obergurgl (in front of the church on the right, behind the multi-purpose building where the information office is located)
- Parking lot with coin entrance Parking Place entrance - valley station Festkoglbahn, free of charge
- Parking Hochgurglbahn valley station, free of charge - no parking at night
- Parking Top Mountain Crosspoint, free of charge
- Parking Hochgurgl, free of charge (very small parking)
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EquipmentIt is recommended to wear hiking equipment such as breathable and weather-adapted outdoor clothing, ankle-high mountain boots, wind, rain and sun protection, cap and possibly gloves. It is also important to have enough food, as well as a first-aid package, a cell phone and a hiking map.
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