In the rear Defereggen valley you hike with the National Park ranger through the Oberhauser Zirbenwald, past alpine pastures and ancient stone walls to the little Tibet of the Alps - the Jagdhausalm. The 16 stone houses and the rustic Maria Hilf chapel are embedded in a picturesque natural setting at 2,000 m above sea level and are among the oldest alpine pastures in Austria. If you want, you can visit the popular photo motif peacock eye - a circular lake behind a moraine wall - after a short ascent.
Costs: Adults € 20,00 Children up to 14 years € 13,00
Meeting point: Oberhaus car park, St. Jakob i. D. (toll road)