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Sefensattel - Gamskopf - Füssener Jöchl - Gessewangalpe

Snowshoe walking · Tannheim Valley
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  • An den Hängen der Sefenspitze nach Süden in den Sefensattel.
    An den Hängen der Sefenspitze nach Süden in den Sefensattel.
Distance 11.8 km
5:28 h
862 m
861 m
1,918 m
1,150 m
Spitz and Saddle
Long panoramic round tour in dreamlike mountain scenery

Route: From the car park, climb along the forest road above the valley station of the material cable car (1300 m) to the Bad Kissinger Hut in the Seebachtal valley. Follow trail no. 40 in the forest through the Seebach valley around the Scheichenkopf to the open areas of the Seebenalpe (1600 m, signpost). From the huts, climb steeply south-eastwards on the Gräner/Tannheimer Höhenweg (414) through the Sebental valley between the Sebenspitze (1948 m) and the Lumberger Grat (1860 m) and along the slopes of the Sefenspitze southwards to the Sefensattel (1898 m). Descent: From the Sefensattel, descend to the Jochalpe mountain station (1870 m) and with a short climb to the Gamskopf (1890 m, summit cross). This is followed by a further descent into the Füssener Jöchle to the mountain station of the cable car and to the Sonnenalm (1818 m). The subsequent descent takes you first along the ski slope, then below the Läuferspitze (413) down into the Gräner Älpeles to the Gessewangalpe (1581 m)


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