Hike to the Stablalm
The Stablalm lies above Elmen in the middle of the Lech valley. The Stablalm or the Stablalpe snack station is particularly well known for its excellent view of the lower Lech valley. The hike to the two alpine pastures starts at the Stablparkplatz in Elmen im Lechtal. The parking lot is at the upper end next to the Edelbach. From the starting point, a well-developed goods road takes about an hour and a half to reach the Stablalm (1412 m). For experienced hikers there is the possibility to hike along a narrow and steep path directly to the two alpine pastures. A well-known peak near the Stablalm is the 2480 m high Elmer Kreuzspitze. The tour to this summit takes about 4 hours. Another popular hiking route is the Neerensteig, which leads from Stanzach via Neerengrat and Neerenkopf to Stablalm.
The two pastures on the "Stabl" are both cultivated and are only a few hundred metres apart.