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FROM LEUTASCH VIA LOTTENSEE AND WILDMOOSALM TO MÖSERN
The second day's section starts directly at the Leutasch information office and leads along the sidewalk to the Katzenkopf Leutasch valley station. From there it goes along the hiking trails no. 1 and 3 through the deeply snow-covered Fluder Valley. On the way, the idyllic landscape makes you forget any sense of time. The hiking trails lead through the Wildmoos nature reserve to the rustic Wildmoosalm. From here a beautiful circular hiking trail leads to the aperiodic Lottensee and Wildmoossee (trails no. 3 and 2). In the winter months, a cross-country ski trail runs parallel to the wildly romantic hiking trail. If you get hungry on the way, you will find numerous delicious temptations at the Lottenseehütte. After the lake circuit the hiking trail then returns to the Wildmoosalm, where a hearty Tyrolean bacon dumpling soup and a warm apple strudel provide the culinary rounding off of the first section of the day's hike.
From the Wildmoosalm, the last part of the day's section leads along hiking trails no. 2 and no. 60 to Lake Mösern and from there further in the direction of Mösern. The Möserer Seestub'n offers one last delicious stop before reaching the day's destination in Mösern.
Shortcut: If you want to shorten this hike a bit, you can skip the loop around the Lotten and Wildmoos lakes and continue hiking directly from the Wildmoosalm to Mösern.
END OF THE HIKE is the booked accommodation.
REFRESHMENT STOPS ALONG THE WAY
• Ferienkolonie Wildmoos
• Lottensee hut
• Möserer Seestub'n
HIGHLIGHTS AND VIEWPOINTS
• Fluder Valley
• Wildmoos nature reserve
• Lake Lottensee
• Lake Möserer See
• Möserer Peace Bell and Albrecht Dürer View
In Mösern you have the opportunity to experience a picturesque sunset from its most beautiful side. We recommend a visit to the Mösern Peace Bell (approx. 10 min walk), which announces its message of peace with an imposing sound every day at 5:00 pm. It stands freely in a grandiose alpine landscape and is the largest bell in the Alpine region. Its height is 2.51 meters, it has a diameter of 2.54 meters and weighs over 10 tons. From here, the famous "Albrecht Dürer View" extends over the Inn Valley with a distant view of up to 80 km over Telfs, the Mieminger Plateau, the Hohe Munde and the impressive landscape of the entire Inn Valley. Albrecht Dürer already raved about this view and since 1498 the view has adorned the background of a famous self-portrait of the painter.