WildeWasserWeg is a 10.0 kilometer out and back trail located near Neustift im Stubaital, Tyrol, Austria that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking.

Distance: 10.0 km Elevation Gain: 741 m Route Type: Out & Back

kid friendly

hiking

walking

forest

river

views

You start your Wild Water hike at the bus stop Parkplatz Nürnberger Hütte. For those who own the StubaiCard, the use of the shuttle bus is free. You are then directed to the newly created path to the quarry and the Ruetz. There, the path leads barrier-free through the spectacular Ruetz Cataract, through which the water rushes sometimes fast and sometimes slowly. Information boards explain the hikers the water levels and peculiarities of a glacier creek. At the Tschangelair Alm we can take a first break or hike slightly uphill along the Ruetz to the Grawa water wall with its resting platform. There you should relax in the wooden deckchairs and breathe in the fine misted water of the Grawa Waterfall. These microparticles of water are so small that they can penetrate into the finest lung ramifications and purify them. Now it goes steeply uphill on newly created wooden walkways to the viewing platforms on the Grawa waterfall. You make the steep climb and just run into the valley to the Sulzenaualm. In the garden of the Alm you find many wooden carvings and can take a small snack to us. After this enjoyable refreshment, you hike back along the old alpine path to Grawa- Alm. Again, you can have a snack in the cozy hut or go straight to the bus stop to the street. Tip: The hike can be continued on the Wild Water Trail to the Sulzenau Hut. You have an impressive view of the Sulzenaufall. Like a silver arrow, the water of this unique waterfall shoots straight down in a thin swathe over 200 meters down to the wonderfully green and flat alpine pasture Sulzenaualm. Especially in the early afternoon, the waterfall glistens in all its facets, hisses and stings and finally makes a wonderful water mushroom. If you feel like it, you can still hang your feet in the small streams and meanders on the flat alpine pasture.

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