Hiking tour Rammelstein
Mountain tour from Antholz Niedertal to the summit of the Rammelstein in Pustertal.
The Rammelstein in the Antholz Valley is a rewarding hiking destination for those looking for magnificent views and a special kind of nature and pleasure experience.
Starting point of the tour
Antholz Niedertal or Antholz Mittertal
Destination point of the tour
The starting point for the hike to the Rammelstein is Antholz Niedertal or Mittertal. From there, the route first leads to the Grentealm. To do this, hikers turn left in Antholz Niedertal before the church and climb to the Maierhöfe farms at the edge of the forest and on to the Bichlbach stream. Immediately afterwards, they reach the Grente pastures.
Mountaineers continue on trail no. 6 to the Grentenkreuzl cross and along the Grentesteig trail to the summit of the Rammelstein and enjoy the magnificent view of the Dolomites. The return route is either along the same path or via the Laneralm and following path no. 4 to the Unterhütten and along an alpine path back to Antholz Niedertal.
Hiking boots, hiking poles, wind and rain protection, sunglasses
Trains stop at Bruneck railway station, bus connection Bruneck-Antholz
Brenner motorway A22, exit Brixen/Pustertal, direction Pustertal/Bruneck, Antholzertal
Car park in Antholz
Type of trail
Length 21.3 km
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