The 2553 m high Namloser Wetterspitze is a summit in the Lechtal Alps. The summit lies between Hahntennjoch and Namlos in the Namlos mountains. The ascent to the 2553 m high mountain is from Bschlabs or Namlos. The ascent described here was made by Namlos via Fallerschein. About 2 km before Namlos a narrow road branches off in the direction of Fallerschein. This is the actual starting point for the tour. The road from the turnoff to the fallerschein is closed to regular traffic, but there are some parking spaces next to Namloser Straße. The 3 km long way to the mountain village Fallerschein, takes about 45 minutes. The further ascent to the Namloser Wetterspitze runs through the Sommerberg Valley to the Putzenjoch. The summit ascent takes place on a well-marked path over the southern summit slope. The total walking time is about 3.5 to 4 hours. An alternative ascent starts at Hahntennjoch over Steinjöchl, past Anhalter Hut and on to the summit of Namloser Wetterspitze. The walking time on this route is about 2.5 to 3 hours. In good weather the ascent should be possible for an experienced climber without special difficulties. In addition to these ascent routes, there is also a route via the Plötzigtal or another one from Bschlabs. Below the Namlos Wetterspitze runs the famous Anhalter Höhenweg from the Anhalter Hut to the Stablalm.
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