The Martin Busch hut is located in the heart of the Ötztal valley Alps, at a height of 2501 meters. She equally provides an ideal starting point for mountain tours during the summer, or ski tours during the winter.
The trail to the Winnebachseehütte is a beautiful lonely tour, partly steep and stony but otherwise easily. The hut is located north on Gries, in the Sulztal, in the Stubai Alps in Tyrol in Austria. A crystal clear mountain lake is nestled next to the hut. At a height of 2362 meters you can enjoy the views of the magnificent mountains and a majestic waterfall.
The Taschachhaus is situated at the end of the Pitztal, in Tyrol. As a training base from the German Alpine Club (in german DAV), the hut offers ideal conditions for high alpine tours, ice routes, basic and advanced training, expedition preparations but also very beautiful single and multi-day hikes in an impressive landscape.
Setting out from the car park in Zaunhof/Grüble (St. Leonhard) at the Ludwigsburger Hütte freight lift take either the well signposted but steeper path (partly with stairs) or walk along the goods track to the Ludwigsburger Hütte at 1935 meter. The very pretty location of the hut offers views of the Hohe Geige, the glacier, the Rofele Wand and the Venet. Return the same way to Zaunhof.
The hiking tour to the hut on the Feldringalm and the mountain Faltegartenköpfl is a circular walk in the Ochsengarten with a magnificent view of the mountain range Miemingerkette, and the mountains of the Lechtaler, Stubaier and Ötztal Alps.
This round trip hiking trail leads you through beautiful moor soils and through quiet forest valleys. The lake Schwarzer See is a unique natural monument and is under nature protection. A diverse flora and fauna abound in this moor lake. The lake Grüner See impresses with its idyllic calm, it is relatively warm and very clear. Despite its height, it has a large wealth of fish. The highest top of the Mutzkopf gives a clear view of the south and the reservoir Reschensee. During the trip you can view the glaciers of the Ortler massif in Italy, as well as the massive rock pyramids of the Piz Lad in Switzerland.
The “Kaunerberger Wasserweg” has been assuring the irrigation of fields, orchards and gardens at Kauns and Kaunerberg for over 60 years now. The 12 kilometer long irrigation system fetches water from the Gallrutt glacier and leads it via a channel and two tunnels along the mountain slope towards the village Kaunerberg. This hiking trail follows a part of this channel system, including passing the almost 1000 meter long Gallrutt tunnel.