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Patteriol

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Description

The Patteriol is a mountain in the Verwall Alps in the Austrian state of Tyrol. It has an elevation of 3,056 m (AA). It is sometimes called "Matterhorn of Verwall" because of its shape.

The ascent on normal route from the alpine club hut Konstanzer Hütte at 1688 m to the summit takes approximately 4½[2] to 5[6] hours and difficulty grade is II on UIAA climbing scale.

Approach

Approach to the hut:

From St. Anton follow the road, past the Verwallsee, to the Konstanzer Hütte. In the time from 9-16.30 driving is prohibited for cars. After and before that period it is possible to drive until the small Salzhütte. From there on foot in 1.5 hours to the Konstanzer Hütte.

On foot it takes 3 hours to the Konstanzer hut, with the MTB about 1.5 hours.

Access to the wall:

From the Konstanzer Hütte cross the Fasultal into direction of the Friedrichshafner-Hütte until you reach the signpost "Patteriol NO-Grat" at 1880m of elevation Leave your bikes here. From there, follow the red markings to the west (very steep, grass and almos-filled slopes) to the start of the route at approx. 2350m of elevation (pink marking, gate steel bracket). Be aware the approach is very tricky at night !! Approx. 1.5 hrs.

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The first ascensionists of the summit were around the year 1860 two geodesists, three hunters and a soldier.

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Grade Route

Mostly III, two spots IV− and V.

Start at N47.04579 E10.19312

FA: Köll & Gabl, 1984

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