Water is pure life! Constantly in motion, strong, formative and full of energy, it has always attracted people. Retracing the rapid creek in the Stubaital to its origins and to follow its path is particularly exciting.
At the WildeWasserWeg in the Stubaital with its unique alpine sites, this natural phenomenon can be experienced in a fantastic way on three stages. Starting from glacier fields in the sun, deep-blue mountain lakes, some smaller springs that eventually turn into roaring waterfalls, all the way to small clearings and moorlands – the WildeWasserWeg has all the different manifestations of the wet element on offer.
Stage 1: Tschangelair Alm - Grawa Wasserfall
The hiking trail starts directly at the right bank of Ruetz brook and leads into the valley ...
Stage 2: Grawa Waterfall – Sulzenau Alm Hut – Sulzenau Hut
Then WildeWasserWeg Trail snakes its way along the old pasture path ...
Stage 3: Sulzenau Hut - Sulzenauferner (Glacier)
The mountain scenery from Sulzenau hut to the foot of Sulzenauferner is like a glacier theme trail shaped by nature ...
WildWater Circulare Routes
Past mighty waterfalls and impressive sports there are 2 easy circulare routes along the WildWaterTrail...mehr
The new approach leads from Mutterberg (valley station Eisgratbahn) along the young Ruetz, three kilometers (just under 1 hour) to Grawa Alm. The trail is wide and barrier-free.
One-day hikes of a different length and duration bring you to scenic and high energy spots besides of the WildeWasserWeg trail.