The Pflerscher Tribulaun is a 3097 m high mountain in the Stubaier Alps. It is considered one of the most important climbing mountains of this range. It is located directly on the border between South Tyrol/Italy and Austria. The mountain itself consists mainly of main dolomite and quartz phyllite. The rock dolomite was not discovered by Déodat de Dolomieu in 1789 in the Dolomites named after him, but here in the Tribulaun group.
The ascent of the Tribulaun is certainly one of the most difficult "normal paths" in the Stubeier Alps. Despite everything a very worthwhile tour in remote alpine terrain.
The normal route leads from Pflersch in the South Tyrolean Wipptal to the Sandjoch and further through the southern flank and a south-eastern gorge to the summit. The tour has a III° degree of difficulty (UIAA) and is not too difficult in terms of climbing technique.
The ascent can also be done as a 2-day tour with an overnight stay at the beautiful Tribulaunhütte.
The difference in altitude:
about 1600 m
about 700 m from Tribulaunhütte
1 person 380.00€
2 persons 250.00€ per person