Drischlsteig

Short facts

  • start: Bergstation Alpjochbahn
  • destination: Mittelstation Untermarkter Alm
  • medium
  • 4,60 km
  • 1 hour 35 minutes
  • 2025 m

A predominantly downhill hut hike, which is only suitable for sure-footed people (at the Drischlsteig). From Hoch-Imst you take the gondolas of the Imster Bergbahnen (2 sections) to the Alpjoch mountain station. Here you will find the panoramic terrace SunOrama with sensational views. From the top station follow the path to the Adlerhorst viewing platform. After the turnstile begins the Drischlsteig (partly rope-secured with steps) to the Muttekopfhütte. Shortly before the Muttekopfhütte there is a waterfall on the left side. From the Muttekopfhütte, take the narrow hiking trail (hiking trail 621) to the valley station of the material cable car. From here continue on the forest path to the Latschenhütte and there follow the path to the right in the direction of "Imster Bergbahnen". After the Malchbach, hike on the Jägersteig trail to the Untermarkter Alm. Here you can then either take the Alpine Coaster or the UALM cable car downhill to the starting point. The Drischlsteig is not suitable for children.

Refreshment stops: Muttekopfhütte, Latschenhütte, Untermarkter Alm, in Hoch-Imst.
Highlights: SunOrama panorama terrace, Adlerhorst viewing platform, waterfall, Jägersteig, Alpine Coaster.

General information

Tour-Schwierigkeit
  • medium
Additional Information

rocky path, mountain path,

Equipment

good shoes, enough to drink

Parking

parking lot Imster Bergbahnen 

Public transit

Information on current bus times can be found here:

Startseite • Verkehrsverbund Tirol (vvt.at) 

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