From Morschach-Mattli, the path climbs about 100 metres to the Schwyzerhöchi, before descending leisurely to Oberschönenbuch. Hikers then follow the flat natural road to Schlattli (Pt. 569) and climb up the opposite side of the valley to Uf Ibrig. After the ascent, a pleasant intermediate section follows along the Ober Gibel. Via the Chaisten reed area, the mountain path reaches the Handgruebi, where the last stretch over the Gründel leads to the end of the stage at St. Karl (Pt. 1165).
From the Hildegard-Hotel St. Karl at 1165 metres above sea level, the mountain path descends steadily towards Illgau on the sunny southern slope and from there along the old escape route down to the Muota valley (pt. 582). After a short stretch of trottoir, the path branches off towards Wigetli/Tristel and runs along the rushing Muota to the Wil district. The St. Josef monastery can be seen from afar.
The hiking and mountain trails of the third stage are well developed and almost never lead over asphalted roads. It leads over extensive alpine pastures, through shady woodland, wonderful flower meadows or impressive valley crossings.From the St. Josef monastery, the Muota hiking trail leads along the Muota to Hinterthal and from there along the deep ravine of the Hüribach up to Stali (Pt. 907). A short stretch downhill and the forest road branches off to the left to Frutt and on to Goldplangg. The following mountain path over the Wannentritt and various Stoos Alps takes hikers to the winter and health resort of Stoos. From there the path follows the old road to Morschach, where the destination of the stage is Antoniushaus Mattli.
Antonius House Mattli, Morschach Antonius House Mattli
Hildegardhotel St. Karl Hildegardhotel
A detour below Geissbützen to Alp Tröligen, the largest alpine cheese dairy on Stoos (with catering and shopping facilities).
Rest stopsHotel Mattli Antoniushaus
Restaurant Skihaus Ibach
Seminar- und Wellnesshotel Stoos