Lutersee at the Oberalp Pass

Medium
8.3 km
3:30 h
447 mhd
447 mhd
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Der See ladet zum Bade

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Oberalpsee
An untouched mountain lake in the middle of a new ski area.
Technique 2/6
Fitness 3/6
Highest Point  2470 m
Lowest Point  2027 m
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Start Oberalp Pass
Destination Oberalp Pass
Coordinates 46.658804, 8.671129

Description

We start the hike along the Oberalpsee, where usually many patient fishermen hope for a good catch. The effort begins after the gallery, when the mountain path climbs until the Lutersee is reached. Simply beautiful, as it lies in a hollow surrounded by mats and rocks at the foot of the Oberalpschijen. To the south we have a mountain panorama, from the Grisons and Ticino mountains to the Urner Alps. We stay for quite a while - we have a picnic, swimming trunks and a blanket with us.

On an old military road we continue to walk below the Scheehüenerstock to the Fellilücke. From here we see as far as central Switzerland. The Hinterfellital to the Oberalp Pass is very varied in terms of landscape. We meet rare flowers and green mats with woolly grass, crossing the Fellibach again and again.

variant 1: Hike up from Lake Lutersee to the mountain station of the Schneehüenerstock and take the gondola into the valley. (approx. 40 minutes)

variant 2: From the middle station Platte with the gondola lift into the valley.

Geheimtipp

For overnight guests with a guest card, the use of the gondola lift to Scheehüenerstock is free of charge.

Sicherheitshinweis

Directions

A marked hiking trail leads along the Oberalpsee towards Andermatt. After the gallery we turn right. We follow the narrow, signposted mountain path to the Lutersee. Below the mountain station of the Schneehüenerstock we meet an old military road, which leads in an easterly direction to the Fellilücke. In a southerly direction we follow the hiking trail to the top of the pass, which we can see from here.

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