South Tyrol's highest refuge is located on the southern side of the Stubai Alps at an altitude of 3,195 meters.
Starting point: valley head Ridanna –Masseria (1.417m)
Starting from the head of the Ridnauntal valley in the direction of the Aglsbodenalm, you reach the Becherhaus via the Grohmann and Teplitzer refuges. After the Teplitzerhütte, past the picturesque Vogelhüttensee lake, continue on trail no. 9 over boulders and well-secured passages with wire ropes and step bars, crossing a moraine to below the Becherfelsen rock. The last part of the hike is via serpentines up to the Becherhaus. The way back is via the ascent path. Mountaineering experience, surefootedness and appropriate equipment are essential!
Tip: highest refuge of South Tyrol, houses highest-lying chapel of Europe.
Walking time: 6-7 h ascent
Altitude difference: 1.778 m