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The Steinermandl panoramic platform

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Located on the peak of the same name at an altitude of 2,118 metres, the Steinermandl panoramic platform offers a fantastic all-round view of the Pfunders mountains and other peaks. The path to the platform is a great choice for a family day out.

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fantastic all-round view
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path number 1A
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2.5 kilometres

The Steinermandl panoramic platform in detail

Despite its mountaintop location, the Steinermandl panoramic platform is very easy to get to. From the mountain terminal of the Jochtal cable car, follow path number 1A for about 2.5 kilometres past the Ochsenalm pasture – it’s a 130-metre climb that will take you more or less 45 minutes. Along the way, seize the opportunity to take in the fantastic view of the surrounding mountains – Instagram-worthy shots are guaranteed!

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To get back, you can either walk the same route in the opposite direction or – as we recommend – make it a circular hike continuing along the path towards the Hubertus-Stöckl panoramic platform and the Anratterhütte hut, where recharging before tackling the way back will make a wonderful excuse for indulging with a delicious Kaiserschmarrn or a slice of apple strudel. Another circular hike we heartily recommend is the Alpine hut trail (Almhüttenrundweg), which leads past the Nockalm pasture.

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The Steinermandl panoramic platform in detail

The Steinermandl panoramic platform is a perfect destination for a leisurely winter walk or snowshoe hike. The path to the platform starts by the mountain terminal of the Jochtal cable car, which operates from early December until mid-April. From there, follow the path signposted 1A for about 2.5 kilometres past the Ochsenalm pasture.

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It will take you around 1 to 1.5 hours and includes an elevation gain of 130 metres, but you will be rewarded with a fantastic all-round view of the surrounding snowscape with its white-capped mountains and sugar-coated meadows.

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How to get there

The starting point for the path to the platform is at an altitude of 2,008 metres, but is easily reached with the Jochtal cable car. The valley terminal is near the centre of Vals [LINK Vals], where you can also park and recharge electric vehicles.

How to get there

The starting point for the path to the platform is at an altitude of 2,008 metres, but is easily reached with the Jochtal cable car – open from early December until mid-April. The valley terminal is near the centre of Vals, where you can also park and recharge electric vehicles.

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