- You're traveling a distance of 6 miles on this moderate trail. Average length of all hikes in Tyrol is 9 miles.
- You're facing an uphill climb of 660 vertical meters on this hike. The hike takes you to an elevation of 5440 ft.
- The hike is one of the family friendly trails in the region.
- Hiking boots are not required, but the hike might be more enjoyable with sturdy footwear (especially in wet conditions). If you get hungry along the way, there are places to rest and get food. Nevertheless it’s recommended to also have enough water and food in your backpack when hiking or biking.
The hiking tour starts at the middle station Froneben, which is comfortably accessible by the gondola cable car of the Schlick2000. You'll reach the Schlicker Alm via the larch meadows at the bottom of the Kalkkögel. A 750 m (820 yards) long adventure path for kids begins here. The path, leading through larch forests, is facilitated with water accumulation stairways, a Tarzan slide and a climbing net. You'll never get bored here! Walking barefoot on straw, sand or little wooden sticks kids will be able to experience nature with all their senses. From the Panorama lake the tour continues in the direction of the Brugger- and Fronebenalm. Using a forest road one will get to the Alpine guest-house Vergör which is close to the Gröbenhof Inn.
Coming from Innsbruck you'll reach the Stubaital via the Brennerautobahn A13 (Europe bridge). Take the exit at Schönberg and carry on to Fulpmes. From Fulpmes on follow the signs leading towards the valley station Schlick2000. You'll find car parks here.
From Innsbruck central station you'll also be able to catch a bus or the Stubaitalbahn (railway) directly to Fulpmes.