View out of the valley to the Lasörling group
|location||East Tyrol , Austria|
It runs parallel to the Hinterbichler Dorfertal from the Isel (near Ströden ) up to the Maurer kees . The Maurerbach flows through the valley . The Stoanalm to can be reached after a quarter of an hour from the parking lot of Ströden. Further stations on the initially densely wooded valley floor are Maureralm ( ) and Göriacher Alm ( ).
Below the northern end of the valley are the Essener-Rostocker Hütte , the Simonykees with the Simonysee at its foot . Of the ridge that closes the Maurertal valley in the north, the Maurertörl ( ) mention , especially with regard to the crossing into the province of Salzburg, which is popular with tourers .
Further mountain morphologically and touristic significant points in the Maurertal valley are the Rostocker Eck ( ), not far from the Essen-Rostocker Hütte , the Malham peaks (heights up to 3,368 m), the Gubach peaks (heights up to 3,378 m), Westliche ( m) ) such as the eastern Simonyspitze ( ), the Maurerkeesköpf (highest: 3,325 m), the Great Geiger ( ), the Great Happ ( ) and the Türmljoch ( ) to be passed when crossing to the Johannishütte .
Essene Rostock hut from Rostock Eck seen