Staller Sattel (East side)

 Staller Sattel (East side) 

The Staller Sattel (Passo Stalle from Italian side) is a mountain pass in the Eastern Alps, connecting Defereggen valley (East Tyrol), and Antholzertal (South Tyrol). Its impressive landscape, blossoming alpine roses and superb panoramic views make it an unforgettable experience. The Defereggen Valley is the middle of the three East Tyrolean high mountain valleys running from east to west. Its parallel-running neighbours are the Puster Valley and the Virgen Valley. The Defereggental is protected within the Hohe Tauern National Park. The Defereggental has been settled since the 7th century, the main village of St. Jakob im Defereggental is the oldest settlement in East Tyrol. The Defereggental counts as one of the most unspoiled mountain valleys of the Alps. It is 60 km long, and thus one of the longest as well as least populated valleys of the Austrian Alps.


Region: Tirol
City: Huben

Distance: 35.11 km
Elevation Gain: 1283 m
Elevation Loss: 83 m
Difficulty: 896 (Hard)
FIETS Index: 4.29 FIETS
Avg Grade: 3.5 %
Max cat climb: HC
Min elevation: 831 m
Max elevation: 2056 m
Ride Category: Climb

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