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W26: Winter hike Mösern - Ropferstub'm

Panoramic winter hike with aperiopdic mountain lake on the way and delicious hut stop in Buchen.


Starting point: Infocenter Mösern
Finishing point: Buchen Ropferstub'm
Ascent140 m
Highest point1,316 m
Route distance4.6 km
Walking time / total01:30 hh:mm
Walking time / ascent01:30 hh:mm
Level of difficultyeasy

Elevation profile


Route: Seewaldalm car park - Albrecht-Dürer-Weg - Broch-Weg - Pirschsteig - Lottensee - Ropferstub'm.

The hiking route from Mösern to Buchen starts directly from the Seewaldalm car park on the Möserer Landesstrasse and rewards you along the way with impressive views of the Inn Valley, deep snow-covered forests, an aperiodic mountain lake and a delicious hut stop at the Ropferstub'm in Buchen.

From the starting point at the car park, you first take the Albrecht-Dürer-Weg through a short stretch of forest and follow it through the intersection with the Möserer Seestraße until you reach the Broch-Weg. The Broch trail then leads in a straight line across a small car park onto the Pirschsteig (trail no. 2) and through the snow-covered Mühlwald forest to the trail junction at Lottensee (an aperiodic lake what you can see during spring months). If you wish, you can turn right here, walk around and then reward yourself with a snack in the traditional Lottensee hut.

Otherwise (or afterwards), at the junction you now take hiking trail no. 27 for a short distance through sparse woodland. With a left turn, however, the hike then quickly introduces the last panoramic loop through the Ropferswald forest to Buchen and finally rewards you there with a delicious stop at the Ropferstub'm (1,200m). Here you can either end the impressive winter tour with the best view of the Hohe Munde on the sun terrace - or warm up in the cosy wooden parlour with homemade specialities and hearty conviviality.

Refreshment stops: Lottensee hut, Ropferstub'm