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Jakobsweg Außerfern (Nasserreith - Fernpass - Lermoos - Bichlbach - Berwang - Weißenbach am Lech)

Newly developed route of the Jakobsweg Tirol-Allgäu from Stams to Oberstaufen-Zell through the Ausserfern. This route, which is very attractive in terms of landscape and culture, leads off the road over 3 Alpine passes, namely the Fernpass, the old Gaichtpass and the Jochpass. It traverses some of the most attractive hiking and holiday areas in Tyrol and southern Oberallgäu on ancient Roman, trade and pilgrimage routes. The Jakobsweg in our description is a section that leads through our region Tiroler Zugspitz Arena.

Pilgrim passes are available:
Dompfarre St. Jakob, Domplatz 6, 6020 Innsbruck, Tel. +43 512 583902, jakobsgemeinschaft.innsbruck@dibk.at

Stamp locations:
in all churches St. Jakob (Berwang) or some churches along the route according to the pilgrim ID.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
●   Stay on the marked hiking trails
●   Keep your distance from grazing animals
●   Be aware of the mountain hut opening hours
●   Alpine emergency call: 140
 
Facts

Characteristics of the route

Sports
Pilgrimage route

Level of difficulty
Medium difficulty

Starting point
Nasserreith - Fernpass - Lermoos

Destination
Berwang - Weißenbach am Lech
1351m
Highest point
46.8km
Distance
1014m
Elevation gain
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Details of the route