The first stage leads from See – a neighbouring town of Ischgl – to the Ascher hut at 2,256 metres above sea level. You’ll see: this moderately difficult stage is the perfect prelude to the rest of the exciting Paznaun High Route.
You would like to find out more about the classification of the stages and the hiking trails in and around Ischgl? Read more about the easy, moderately difficult and difficult hiking routes at the Paznaun!
Download the route description via GPX Track onto your smartphone or tablet and find out more about stage 1 from See to the Ascher hut.
After you’ve crossed the Gigglbach brook, a challenging fixed-rope section rewards you with an impressive view of the entire lower part of the Paznaun. Tip: Take a break and take a couple souvenir pictures! This spot is perfect to take a breather, take in the mountain views and forget the world around you for a few minutes.
Do you have everything you need for your hike to the Ascher hut? Appropriate clothing, plenty of food, etc.? Have a look at the long-distance hiking checklist of the federal state of Tyrol and find out more about how to plan the perfect tour!
You’ve got some more questions about the Paznaun High Route or would like some assistance in planning your holiday in Ischgl? Our holiday experts at the tourism office Paznaun-Ischgl will be happy to help you!