The Pimig is the name of the 2406 m high local mountain of the Lechtal village Steeg. From the Lechtal, the Pimig can already be seen from afar and sits enthroned above the village. The easiest route to Pimig is from Kaisers via the Mahdbergalpe to the summit. The tour starts at the Almajurtal junction on the national road to Kaisers. From there it goes on foot into the front Almajurtal up to the turnoff Mahdbergalpe. At the 1820 m high Mahdbergalpe begins a narrow path leading to the summit of Pimig. This path is partly intergrown and in places only very visible or not visible. The ascent leads partly without a path over steep mountain pastures to the summit of Pimig. On the summit you can enjoy a wonderful view of the upper Lechtal. The Pimig is a steep grass mountain that requires special care when wet. A second route leads from Steeg over the Hinter-Pischen-Alpe along the grass ridge to the summit of Pimig. Both routes require alpine experience, sure-footedness and freedom from vertigo. On both routes the path is partly overgrown and therefore difficult or impossible to recognize. Sometimes no markings are visible.
Walking time (one way):
day after tomorrow
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