Rotstein

The Rotstein is a wonderful viewing mountain in the Deferegger Alps. The view extends from the Lienz Dolomites in the south-east to the Schober group and the Glockner group in the north.

The most important at a glance

distance
9.9 km
altitude meters uphill
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990 m
altitude meters downhill
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992 m
walking time uphill
2:30 h
walking time downhill
2 h
total walking time
4:30 h
highest point
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2690 m
difficulty
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average
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Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel:

Dienstags mit dem Wanderbus Lienzer Dolomiten.

Abstell möglichkeit:

Parkplatz Pedretscher Kaser

starting point:
Parkplatz Wilferntal
destination point:
Rotstein
best season:
APR, MAY, JUN, JUL, AUG, SEP

altitude profile

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Current weather conditions

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20 °C

Description

From Lienz by car to Thal, then bear right on the Pustertaler Höhenstraße road to Assling Wildlife Park. Take a right there to Wilfernertal, passing the Warscherbauer to the head of the valley at Wilfernertal, 1701m. ‘Parking available’. From the car park across the bridge, heading north, up the agricultural road to Huber Kaser, take a left here, continue in a northerly direction to the Wilfernerlacke. Continue up to the wind gap between Schlaitenkofel and Rotstein, via the easy climb on the eastern ridge up to the summit, 2702m.

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