The 2295 m high Wildebnerspitze lies above Bach in the Lechtal Alps. The summit structure is hardly pronounced and connected with a ridge with the higher Ruitel peaks. Most mountaineers also climb the neighbouring Ruitel peaks in the same train. The ascent from Bach to the Wildebnerspitze begins in the Bacher district "Unterbach" at the junction Wase. Follow the gravel path to an altitude of almost 1600 m, where the gravel path ends at a material cableway. From the Wase you should always keep left, because there are several forest paths branching off. At the bottom station of the Materialseilbahn a marked path begins in the direction of Ruitelspitzen, which leads past the Roni plain through the Wildebner Karle to the Wildebnerspitze. The ascent from Bach to the Wildebnerspitze takes about 3 - 3.5 hours. The further ascent from Wildebnerspitze to the western summit of Ruitelspitze takes another half an hour and can be mastered without great difficulty. The western summit, which is also the simplest of the Ruitel peaks, is marked with a summit pole. Those who still have not had enough can climb the nearby but also more difficult main summit of the Ruitel peaks. However, the ascent to the main summit of the Ruitel peaks requires climbing in the second degree of difficulty, is usually covered by rope and well marked. Sure-footedness, alpine experience and a head for heights are absolutely essential.
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