From the Elferbahn mountain station the track winds upwards to the Elferhütte. Shortly above the hut the panoramic trail moves downwards to the western side of the Pinnistal, climbs a little once more and then stays at the same level for a considerable time with a wonderful view of the romantic and wild Pinnistal. After a walk of around 1.5 hours you turn right towards Zwölfernieder before reaching the Elfer natural beauty spot, which is on a plateau and offers a fantastic panorama along the Serleskamm. Larchwood benches are an inviting place to take a rest. The route back is via the Zwölfernieder and the Autenalm. For the first 300 m you take the same track, before turning left towards Zwölfernieder and Autenalm. The Zwölfernieder is reached in about 30 minutes. From der Zwölfernieder the narrow but good track initially (the first 30 minutes) descends steeply to the Autenalm, which you reach in one hour. From the Autenalm you can walk back to the mountain station on a relatively level track (45 minutes) or descend to the valley station of the Elferlifte (two hours).