FROM MÖSERN TO THE COUNTRY INN ROPFERSTUB'M AND TO THE WETTERSTEIN HUT
The third day's section starts at the Mösern information office and leads along panoramic trails no. 2 and no. 27 to the Rofperstub'm (open from 10:30 a.m.), with its impressive view. Here you can enjoy numerous regional specialties - the in-house blueberry pancake is particularly delicious (ideal for a lunch break). The adjacent mountain farm museum also tells interesting facts about life in the mountains.
From the Ropferstub'm, hiking trail no. 24 continues over the Katzenloch, an old "forced pass" of lynxes, wildcats, wolves and bears that had to migrate here from the Inn Valley across the Alps through the snow-covered winter landscape.
The hike continues through to Moos and Obern. Enjoy a traditional lunch in the Tiroler Stub'n. The hike continues to Klamm to the entrance to Gaistal. At the information board, turn right and follow the signs for about 1.5 kilometers to the Wettersteinhütte (trail no. 9). On the last meters the demand increases noticeably, but the view of the "Grand Dame" of Tyrol, the Hohe Munde, rewards the ascent with every step.
Arriving at the Wettersteinhütte, it is recommended to pause for a moment in front of the