Hiking tour Spingeser Alm & Stoanamandl
Spingeser Alm: Hikes around Spinges and to the Stoanamandl in the Eisacktal Valley. Hiking in Spinges is a lasting experience!
What is a "Stoanamandl"? A Stoanamandl or Stoanernes Mandl is a path marker made of stacked stones, which is mainly found on alpine pastures and in the high mountains. The Stoanamanndl described here, however, is a mountain whose name comes from just such a waymark.
Starting point of the tour
Destination of the tour
Spingeser Alm and Stoanamandl
To get to the Stoanamanndl, hikers must first walk from Spinges in the Eisacktal Valley to the Spingeser Alm. From the Bildwetterkreuz cross, follow forest path no. 9 and after an hour and a half you will reach the Spingeser Alm, one of the most popular hiking areas in the Gitschberg-Jochtal region.
Continue northwards across larch meadows to the Stoanamandl mountain, which is visible from afar thanks to the striking weather cross. You can't miss it.
Hiking boots, hiking poles, wind and rain protection, sunglasses
Trains stop at the railway station in Brixen or Franzensfeste
Brenner motorway A22, exit Brixen/Pustertal, direction Pustertal/Schabs/Spinges
Car park in Spinges
Type of trail
Length 7.3 km
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