Pleisspitze is a 2109 m high peak in the Lechtal Alps. The summit is known for its fantastic view of the lower Lechtal. The ascent to the summit, which is just over 2100 m high, begins in the Rauth district of Stanzach. Coming from Reutte on the main road, a small road branches off before the bridge over the Namloserbach. At the end of a small street is a small parking lot. Here the tour to the Pleisspitze begins. It goes along a forest road through the forest up the mountain. After a few kilometres a narrow path branches off towards Pleispitze. Alternatively, you can also climb through the forest on a partially marked path. Many mountaineers also use mountain bikes to cross the first part of the forest. After some time along the path you reach the 1690 m high Pleis-Hut (hunting lodge). Shortly before the summit, you come out of the forest and reach rugged terrain. Compared to other peaks, the ascent is rather easy and should be manageable for an experienced climber without major problems. From Stanzach to the summit of Pleispitze it takes about 3.5 to 4 hours. Stepping safety and alpine experience are necessary for an ascent. Photos of Esther Kerber.
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