Alpe Nemes-Hut

Nice excursion with a fantastic view!

  • Start: Hotel Alpenblick
  • Time of walk: Klammbach-Alp 2 ¼h, Nemes-Alp 1 ½h, way back 1 ½h; total 5 ¼h
  • Huts: Helmhang-Hut; Klammbach-Alp; Nemes-Alp;
  • Map: KOMPASS no 625

The largest and most beautiful alpine pastures of Sesto lie in the east, near the provincial border under the main Carnic ridge. If you drive up to the Kreuzberg Pass, you will get an idea of the quiet beauty of this stretch of land with its larch forests and extensive alpine meadows. Near the Nemesalpe (1877 m) you discover a very special biotope, a high moor, which is now a nature reserve (Seikofel - Nemesalpe). And what the mountain pastures provide - also nature in the good sense - is served at the refreshment stops: milk, cheese, etc. The loop starts directly from the hotel and leads from Moos via the Palmstatt up to the Helmhanghütte (1610 m) in a beautiful location above the village. Continue uphill across larch meadows to an access road that leads slightly uphill into the ditch of the Kampenbach stream. Cross the stream and keep left (sign) uphill along the wooded ridge of the Stiergarten, then flatter over open meadowland to the beautifully situated Klammbachalm (1944 m). The continuation of the loop leads - again slightly uphill - around the Pfandleck into the ditch of the Pullbach. On a road you hike down to the Nemesalpe (1877 m) near the provincial border. Now on the sandy road to the high moor below the Seikofel (1908 m) and through the clear valley hollow of the Almbach to the road spider at the Klammbach. Follow the signpost down through the forest and out to Moos and back to the hotel.






You can also start the alpine pasture hike at the top of the Kreuzbergpass (1636 m; bus): marker 131 leads through a lovely hilly landscape, partly following forest roads, to the Nemesalpe (1877 m). Continue via the Klammbachalm and the Helmhanghütte as described above (in the opposite direction); walking time about 5 hours.

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