Winter | Winter hiking | Valle Isarco
On snowshoes to the Stoanamandl
Pure winter magic!
Winter dreams come true while snowshoe hiking through the South Tyrolean winter landscapes. Rewarding: the hike to Stoanamandl near Spinges.
The Stoanamandl near Spinges is a mountain hill at 2,117 metres above sea level. It offers a fantastic view of the Pfunders mountains and is therefore also a popular destination for snowshoe hikes in winter. Starting point is the Wetterkreuz parking lot near Spinges.
Walk along trail no. 9 until you reach the Altes Karl junction, from where a path leads you uphill. You will come across picturesque mountain huts and three summer villas of Austrian painter Franz von Defregger, who was a good friend of Andreas Hofer. Follow the Stoanamandl sign no. 1, which guides you safely along the ridge to Stoanamandl, where you will be rewarded with a unique panoramic view of the southern Zillertal Alps. For this medium-difficulty snowshoe hike, which involves a difference in altitude of about 850 metres, you should allocate about 5 hours to be able to enjoy the breathtaking panorama that extends to the Zuckerhütl! Cosy mountain huts with tasty refreshments crown your winter hike in South Tyrol.
What are you waiting for? Hurry up! The Stolz Family from Familienhotel Huber.