Follow the forest road until you get to a steep path leading up to the catered mountain hut Galflun Alm (2 h). Please note: the ascent on this path is in parts very steep and can be very slippery in wet conditions. From the
Galflun Alm continue to walk on an agricultural road to the catered mountain hut Larcher Alm (2 h 20 min), and then further along the forest path. After a few bends, turn off to the right towards a chapel [Gstoanig Kapelle] (3 h 15 min). From there, a footpath through the so-called Salzmöser takes you back to Taschen (4 h 30 min).
Take the moderately steep forest road to the catered mountain hut Larcher Alm ( 1h 30 min) and then continue to walk in the direction of the catered mountain hut Galflun Alm. Just before the Galflun Alm a path, in parts very steep, takes you directly to the Kreuzjoch (3 h) summit. To return, turn left after the Kreuzjoch and walk along the so-called Wannejöchl back to the Galflun Alm and from there, return by the same route you followed from Audershof.
At the fork, turn towards Farmie and then on to Amishaufen, where a steep track forks off to the left. A little further keep right and walk in the direction of Gamsstein just below the catered mountain hut Venetalm. On leaving the Venetalm, take the track to the left down towards the catered mountain hut Larcher Alm. From there, take the track to the left to Auders.
From the starting point you walk in the direction of Oberpiller passing the Piller fishpond. After walking on the Rodelbahn (toboggan run in winter) for a short while you will reach a steep path in the direction of the catered mountain hut Gogles Alm. At the next fork, keep right until the steep path joins a forest road. Continue to walk on the forest road to get to the Gogles Alm. From there, walk along the Venet-Rundwanderweg [circular route] to the catered mountain hut Galflun Alm. Once there, forest path takes you further to the catered mountain hut Larcher Alm. Just before the Larcher Alm a steep path forks off to the right towards Piller. This path joins a wide track, which will take you back to Piller.
Starting point: Plattenrainalm. From there walk in the direction of the catered mountain hut Venetalm (approx. 2 hrs). Continue further over the mountain ridge of the Venet, which affords fantastic panoramic vistas of the upper Inn valley, the Gurgltal and Pitztal valleys as well as the lower Inn valley all the way down to Telfs. After approx. 2 hrs you will reach Venet, where the path forks off in the direction of the cate red mountain hut Goglesalm. The three catered mountain huts Goglesalm, Galflunalm and Larcheralm each offer opportunities for a well-earned refreshment pit-stop. You may also wish to stay overnight on the Galflunalm or the Larcheralm. Continue your hike (possibly on the following day) in the direction of Audershof (approx. 1 hr walking distance from the
Larcheralm). After another 1.5 hrs you will return to your starting point at Plattenrainalm.
Walk along the forest road from the car park to the catered mountain huts Larcher Alm (1.5 hrs) Galfun Alm (2 hrs). Continue to walk for approx. 1 h on a steep path to reach the catered mountain hut Gogles Alm. Once there, a slightly steeper path forks off towards the Venet peak that can be reached within 2 hrs. Continue further on an easy walk along the mountain ridge of the Venet, which affords fantastic panoramic views of the upper Inntal, Gurgltal and Pitztal v alleys and the lower Inntal valley all the way down to Telfs. Walk for approx. 2.5 hrs to reach the catered mountain hut Venetalm. It takes approximately another hour to reach the catered mountain hut Puitalm am Plattenrain and another 1.5 hrs to return to your starting point in Audershof. Each ‘alm’ is very inviting should you wish to take a rest and if you wish to break up your hike you may also stay overnight at the Galfun-, Larcher-, Venet- or Puitalm am Plattenrain.
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