Walking paths from Compaccio

Walking paths from Compaccio, aerial cableway, mountain station

The Alpe di Siusi in South Tyrol is a paradise for hikers. Here is an extensive trail network of about 300 kilometers available. Most hiking trails have their starting point on Compaccio. There is also the mountain station of the aerial cableway Siusi allo Sciliar to the Alpe di Siusi. The aerial cableway itself is the main tributaries for the visitors and guests who wish to travel from the Altipiano dello Sciliar to the largest mountain plateau in Europe.

Directly at the mountain station of the aerial cableway is a plaque attached. There are huts listed which will host the guests on the Alpe di Siusi. In addition to the listing of the individual huts you can see whether these are open or closed at present and through which path this can be achieved.

The following table shows the huts on the Alpe di Siusi and which way this can be achieved by Compaccio. In addition, the walking time is shown by the Compaccio up to the respective hut:

Path number Walking/Hiking time
Saltria 30 1 h 20
Restaurant Saltria 30 1 h 20
Radauer Hut 30 1 h 20
Saltnerschwaige 30 1 h 30
Floralpina 30 1 h 30
Tirler 30 1 h 30
Zallinger Hut 30 2 h 40
Williams Hut
30 2 h 45
Murmeltier Hut
30 2 h 50
Sasso Piatto Hut
30 3 h 20
Sosso Lungo Hut
30 4 h 00
Gostnerschwaige 30 0 h 30
Tuene Hut 30 0 h 40
Ritsch Schwaige 30 0 h 50
Monte Piz 30 0 h 50
Icaro 30 1 h 00
Sanon 30 1 h 00
Laranzerschwaige 30 1 h 20
Sun 30 1 h 20
Schgaguler Schwaige
30 1 h 20
Contrin Schwaige
30 1 h 20
Mountain Station Ortisei
30 1 h 30
Rauch Hut
30 1 h 00
Laurin Hut
7 1 h 00
Edelweiß Hut
7 1 h 10
Goldknopf 7 1 h 10
Almenrosen Hut
7 1 h 20
Sattlerschwaige 7 1 h 20
Mahlknech Hut
7 1 h 40
Tierser Alpl 7 2 h 30
Panorama (mountain station) 7 0 h 40
Puflatsch (mountain station) 14 0 h 40
Di Baita 14 0 h 30
Arnika Hut
14 1 h 00
Spitzbühl Hut
10 0 h 50
Rungger Schwaige 10 1 h 00
Prossliner Schwaige 10 1 h 00
Saltner Hut
10 1 h 10
Schlernbödele-Hut 10 2 h 10
Sciliar-House 10 3 h 10

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