Bichlalm hiking route

Snowshoe hiking | Winter walking


total walking time
1:39 h
2,6 km
altitude meters uphill
289 m
highest point
1857 m
starting point:

Bichlalm Bergstation (summit station)

destination point:

Bichlalm Bergstation (summit station)

road quality:

Groomed winter hiking route. Attention: Away from the marked, secured winter hiking routes, you are in the free ski area/ terrain. Hiking on the slopes is prohibited. Use of winter hiking routes at your own risk. | Note: The winter hiking route is prepared if there is sufficient natural snow. Dogs are to be kept on a leash without exception - don't forget "dog bags".

altitude profile


weather today
19° Sun, clouds, rain showers
weather tomorrow
22° Sun, clouds, rain showers


Parking spot
Parking Bichlalm

hut/alpine hut

state: open


Winter hike with summit victory for nature lovers and those seeking peace
From the valley station of the Bichlalm you can comfortably take the double chair lift to the top station at almost 1,600 meters. The Bichlalm area is in an exposed location away from the regular ski operation and is particularly well known and popular with ski tourers and freeriders. The Berggasthof BichlAlm is located directly next ot the exit of the chair lift, where the start of the winter hike is located. Follow the marked route towards Stuckkogel. On the way up you should always look over your shoulder and enjoy the view of the Kitzbüheler Südberge, the Resterhöhe and the Pengelstein. After a walk of over an hour you reach the summit of the Stuckkogel at 1,888 meters, where you can enjoy a wonderful panoramic view. The same route takes you back to the BichlAlm, enjoy a long refreshment stop before the Bichlalm chairlift takes you comfortably back to the valley.
Note: If you want to walk the summit in all snow conditions, you should pack crampons, because the last part of the summit path towards the Stuckkogel might be smooth and slippery due to snow drifts.


Bichlalm Bergstation (summit station) - on a signposted hiking route towards Stuckkogel


Ankle-high, sturdy footwear with profile sole, shoe chains, gaiters, mountain-appropriate functional clothing, comfortable backpack, possibly telescopic poles, snacks and enough to drink, cell phone with fully charged battery, bag for waste, hiking map, tour description and information material (GPX track), photo ID, insurance card , Cash. Dogs are to be kept on a leash without exception - don't forget "dog bags".

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