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Long-distance hiking on the trail of the Blue Gentian

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  • Rossbrand - Radstadt
    / Rossbrand - Radstadt
    Photo: Anita Bott, H. Raffalt
  • / Gadauner Hochalmen Gastein
    Photo: Anita Bott, H. Raffalt
  • / Feuerstelle
    Photo: Anita Bott, H. Raffalt
  • / Schweizerhütte Alpine Dairy
    Photo: Hochkönig Tourismus GmbH
  • / Sunset on the Trögseen
    Photo: Tourismusverband Großarltal, Tourismusverband Großarltal
  • / Grünegg
    Photo: Anita Bott, TVB Großarltal
  • / Tappenkarsee
    Photo: Anita Bott, TVB Großarltal
  • / Schuhflicker
    Photo: Anita Bott, TVB Großarltal
  • / Familienwandern auf dem Salzburger Almenweg
    Photo: Anita Bott, TVB Großarltal
  • / Schartenhütte
    Photo: Hochkönig Tourismus GmbH
  • / Dientalm
    Photo: Corina Kruselburger, Hochkönig Tourismus GmbH
  • /
    Photo: Petra Kleineisen, Hochkönig Tourismus GmbH
  • / Heinreichalm
    Photo: Anita Bott, Salzburger Almenweg
  • / Präau Hochalm
    Photo: Anita Bott, Salzburger Almenweg
  • / Biberalm
    Photo: Anita Bott, Salzburger Almenweg
  • / Tappenkarseealm
    Photo: Tourismusverband Großarltal, Tourismusverband Großarltal
  • / Filzmooshöhe
    Photo: Tourismusverband Großarltal, Tourismusverband Großarltal
  • / Die Aussicht von der urigen Ellmaualmhütte ist faszinierend.
    Photo: Tourismusverband Großarltal, Tourismusverband Großarltal
  • / Breitenebenalm, 1.420 m
    Photo: TVB Großarltal, Tourismusverband Großarltal
  • / Hachaualm
    Photo: Agnes Moser, Wagrain-Kleinarl Tourismus
  • / Wagraini's Grafenberg
    Photo: TVB Großarltal, Tourismusverband Großarltal
  • / Kleinarler Hütte
    Photo: Agnes Moser, Wagrain-Kleinarl Tourismus
  • / Kogelalm in Wagrain
    Photo: Agnes Moser, Wagrain-Kleinarl Tourismus
  • /
    Photo: Tourismusverband Schladming-Dachstein
  • / Weissenhofalm in Kleinarl
    Photo: Agnes Moser, Wagrain-Kleinarl Tourismus
  • / Die Sulzkaralm
    Photo: Christine Schober, © Coen Weesjes
  • / Bürgerbergalm
    Photo: Thomas Stiegler, Bürgerbergalm/Thomas Stiegler
  • / Schwarze Lacke am Gerzkopf
    Photo: Autor: Bernhard Ponemayr, TVB Annaberg-Lungötz
  • / Selbstgemachte Köstlichkeiten zum Probieren und Mitnehmen
    Photo: Anita Bott, Salzburger Almenweg
  • / Draugstein
    Photo: TVB Großarltal, Tourismusverband Großarltal
  • / Steinkaralm in Kleinarl
    Photo: Agnes Moser, Wagrain-Kleinarl Tourismus
  • / Dachsteinblick
    Photo: Flachau Tourismus, Tourismusverband Flachau
  • / Herrlicher Aussichtspunkt auf der Terrasse
    Photo: Anita Bott, Salzburger Almenweg
  • / Fundner Heimalm
    Photo: Anita Bott, Salzburger Almenweg
  • / The Schartenalm below the Bratschenkopf
    Photo: Hochkönig Tourismus GmbH
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31 stages, 120 Alpine huts, 350 kilometres of hiking trails, special people, memorable encounters.
moderate
Distance 342.2 km
123:00 h
20,158 m
20,158 m
Whoever embarks on the "Trail of the Blue Gentian", finds happiness directly along the way: in 120 Alpine huts, with overnights in the hay or when eating Pongauer delicacies. In doing so, the Salzburger Almenweg (Salzburger Alpine Trail) and its hut people always tell stories of happiness and of a supposedly long lost world.

Author’s recommendation

With the whole family on the "Trail of the Blue Gentian"

The Salzburger Almenweg is well marked: the blue flower of the Gentian shows the route through the mountains. A special incentive, especially for children, is collecting hiking stamps. The "bronze hiking pin" is awarded from the first stage. The stamp collection book is available in all tourist association offices in the valleys.

The family-friendly stages include the Stage No. 27 to Moosalm in Filzmoos which has a petting Zoo and children's playground. For even more variety for the whole family, there are entertaining themed trails such as the "Alles Alm" Trail in Obertauern, "Flori's Adventure Trail" in Flachau or the two adventure mountains "Geisterberg” in St. Johann-Alpendorf and "Wagraini's Grafenberg" in Wagrain.

Dogs are also welcome on the Salzburger Almenweg: simply ask the hut owners for the huts in which you can sleep overnight with your dogs. In the Arthurhaus on the Hochkönig (Stage No.2), there is a playground complete with swimming pool and obstacle course for dogs.

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Author
Anita Bott
Update: October 07, 2021
Difficulty
moderate
Technique
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
2,465 m
Lowest point
525 m
Best time of year
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec

Rest Stop

Präerhütte
Weißalm
Karseggalm, 1.603 m
Unterwandalm, 1.600 m
Rockfeldalm
Tofererhütte
Großwildalm, 1.778 m
Harbachalm, 1.612 m
Feldinghütte
Brandstatthütte
"Vier Hütten"
Ellmaualm
Viehauseralm
Schareckalm
Maurachalm, 1.620 m
Breitenebenalm, 1.420 m
Erichhaus
Obere Astenalm
Untere Astenalm
Baldaufhütte
Birgkarhaus
Berghotel Arthurhaus
Schartenhütte
Hotel Seeblick
Filzmoosalm, 1.710 m
Bockhartsee Hütte
Himmelwandhütte
Viehauser Alm
Jandlalm
Kögerl Alm
Wagrainis Grafenberg
Berggasthof Sattelbauer
Berggasthof Latschenhof
Tappenkarseehütte
Loosbühelalm
Tappenkarseealm, 1.768 m
Tappenkarseehütte, 1.820 m
Landgasthof Reitsamerhof***
Heinreichalm
Präau Hochalm
Biberalm
Fundner Heimalm
Weissenhofalm
Tauernkarleiten Alm 1650 m
Gnadenalmstüberl (1272 m)
Bachlalm
Nr. 16 Landgasthof Reithof
Hintergnadenalm
Nr. 18 Oberhofalm
Buttermilchalm
Frommer Hochalm
the hut at the lake
Nr. 19 Unterhofalm
Dr.Heinrich-Hackel-Hütte
Südwiener Hütte
Bürgerbergalm
Vögeialm
Moosalm
Karalm
Sulzkaralm
Hofpürglhütte
Werfener Hütte
Schöberlalm

Safety information

 Prior to every tour, make sure that all participants - including the kids - possess the necessary alpine experience and physical condition. Hiking in the mountains often demands surefootedness and an absence of any vertigo issues.

Precise planning - incorporating the use of tour descriptions and maps, information from the Alpine Association and locals (incl. your hut hosts) - has decisive benefits. Also insure you have appropriate equipment and clothing: Above all, sturdy shoes/boots with a high ankle and soles that provide good traction, as well as protection against the rain and cold, are all very important. The group should always maintain the speed of its weakest member. Pay special attention to anyone who is walking unusually slowly at the beginning of the tour.  And keep an eye on other group members for early signs of exhaustion.

Do not leave the marked paths and trails. Be very cautious when walking on steep grassy hillsides, especially when wet. Traversing steep fields of snow and/or glaciers is particularly dangerous. Don't kick rocks down the hillside, since you may injure other hikers. If you are forced to go through areas where there appears to be rockfall danger, do so one-by-one, quickly and without stopping.

 

 

Tips and hints

www.salzburger-almenweg.at/en

Start

Pfarrwerfen (526 m)
Coordinates:
DD
47.461593, 13.199434
DMS
47°27'41.7"N 13°11'58.0"E
UTM
33T 364296 5258032
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Destination

Pfarrwerfen

Turn-by-turn directions

The popular looping hiking trail leads right through the Salzburg Pongau region with its famous holiday areas such as the Salzburger Sportwelt, Tennengebirge, Grossarl Valley, the Gastein Valley, the Hochkönig holiday region, the Salzburger Sun Terrace and Obertauern. There are 25 towns in Salzburg’s Pongau region and they're all valley locations of the Salzburg Alpine Trail: from anywhere, hikers can head into the 350 kilometre long hiking trails and also descend again into a valley. There are 120 Alpine huts along the way in which you can rest or spend the night. Hikers can, but don't have to, head back into the valley. Whoever longs for a longer break from their daily routine simply remains up above in this summer Alpine meadow world with its people, animals and stories.

 

31 stages for all those who want to hike and climb mountains

The stages are varied and at different difficulty levels and are, to 90 percent, at over 1,000 metres above sea level. Many of them are suitable for families with children as well as for beginners. Others are reserved for experienced mountain enthusiasts and summiteers. In any case, the Salzburger Almenweg is a trail for all those who prefer the mountains. The shortest stage is only five kilometres long and can be completed in about 90 minutes. Trained hikers need up to nine hours walking time for the most demanding stages with 21 kilometres. In addition, stages can be combined with an additional summit tour: such as on the 2,941 metre high Hochkönig. On the well-designed website www.salzburger-almenweg.at, also "food connoisseurs", "herbalists" and "panorama freaks" find exactly those stages and mountain huts, which best meet their needs. Additionally, there are numerous variant proposals for individual route planning.

Cuisine, herbs and places of power

 

Whoever hikes, gets hungry, too: what luck then that it is tradition on the Salzburger Almenweg to feed hikers with delicacies. The cow’s milk is processed right on the spot and with handed-down methods into spicy grey cheese, mountain farmer’s mozzarella or dough cheese. Mostly the bread is also baked right on the mountain; syrup is made from wild herbs or Elderberry while Schnapps is made from Rowan berries or Pine cones. The bacon comes from the farm’s pig and the farmer’s doughnuts are baked in clarified butter. In Großarltal hikers are inducted into the "Großarltaler Mountain Secrets": in each mountain hut there is a special dish such as Kasnocken (cheese noodles) or Bauernbratl (farmer’s roast).

On numerous Alpine pastures, delicious herbs from the garden or the surrounding meadows enrich the dishes: such as on the Kräuteralmen on the Hochkönig. Special products such as herbal salt, blueberry vinegar or hay milk soap are produced on the Bürglalm, the Pronebenalm or the Dientalm.

In Filzmoos, "Places of Energy Hikes" invite you to pause and reflect: 16 places of energy have their special powers to help you switch off and recharge your batteries.

Note


all notes on protected areas

Public transport

Public-transport-friendly

Infos zu öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln finden Sie unter www.oebb.at oder www.mobilito.at

Getting there

Von Salzburg aus erreichen Sie Pfarrwerfen in ca. 20 Minuten mit dem PKW oder gemütlich per Bahn.

Parking

Infos zu Parkmöglichkeiten finden Sie in der Broschüre bzw. geben Ihnen die Mitarbeiter der örtlichen Tourismusverbände auch gerne nähere Auskünfte.

Coordinates

DD
47.461593, 13.199434
DMS
47°27'41.7"N 13°11'58.0"E
UTM
33T 364296 5258032
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Book recommendation by the author

Online Salzburger Almenweg Wanderführer in Buchform gratis bestellen unter www.salzburger-almenweg.at

Author’s map recommendations

Die Stempelkarte und de Wanderführer sind ebenfalls in allen pongauer Tourismusverbänden kostenlos erhältlich.

Equipment

Our equipment tips:

 

  •  Good shoes/boots
  • Rain gear
  • Underwear that wicks away sweat 
  • Lightweight trousers
  • Hiking socks
  • Hiking boots
  • Head covering
  • Eye protection
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun cream
  • Rucksack (padded straps, plenty of back ventilation)
  • First-aid kit
  • Cereal bar, drinks
  • Hiking pole

Basic Equipment for Long-Distance Hikes

  • Sturdy, comfortable and waterproof hiking boots or approach shoes
  • Layered, moisture wicking clothing
  • Hiking socks  
  • Rucksack (with rain cover)
  • Protection against sun, rain and wind (hat, sunscreen, water- and windproof jacket and suitable legwear)
  • Sunglasses
  • Hiking poles
  • Ample supply of drinking water and snacks
  • First aid kit
  • Blister kit
  • Bivy / survival bag  
  • Survival blanket
  • Headlamp
  • Pocket knife
  • Whistle
  • Cell phone
  • Cash
  • Navigation equipment / map and compass
  • Emergency contact details
  • ID

Camping Equipment

  • Tent (3- or 4-season)
  • Stove (including fuel and utensils)
  • Sleeping mat. Sleeping bag with suitable temperature rating.
  • Food
  • Toiletries and medication
  • Toilet paper

Things to Bring if Staying in a Mountain Hut

  • Toiletries and medication
  • Quick-drying towel  
  • Ear plugs
  • Sleeping bag liner
  • Sleepwear
  • Alpine club membership card if applicable / ID
  • Coronavirus mask and hand sanitizer
  • The 'basic' and 'technical' equipment lists are generated based on the selected activity. They are not exhaustive and only serve as suggestions for what you should consider packing.
  • For your safety, you should carefully read all instructions on how to properly use and maintain your equipment.
  • Please ensure that the equipment you bring complies with local laws and does not include restricted items.

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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
342.2 km
Duration
123:00 h
Ascent
20,158 m
Descent
20,158 m
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  • 31 Stages
Long-Distance Hiking · Tennengebirge
Salzburger Almenweg - stage 1
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 1
Distance 11.3 km
Duration 4:40 h
Ascent 1,163 m
Descent 186 m

Through the dark Hölln Graben to heavenly views at the sunny Hochkönig.

1
from Hochkönig Tourismus GmbH,   Hochkönig Tourismus GmbH
Long-Distance Hiking · Hochkoenig
Salzburger Almenweg - stage 2
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 2
Distance 11.1 km
Duration 4:00 h
Ascent 268 m
Descent 440 m

Majestically scenic experience

4
from Hochkönig Tourismus GmbH,   Hochkönig Tourismus GmbH
Long-Distance Hiking · Hochkoenig
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 21
recommended route Difficulty difficult Stage 3
Distance 5.3 km
Duration 2:10 h
Ascent 590 m
Descent 3 m

Magnificent views of the Hochkönig and the Niedere and Hohe Tauern with the highest mountain in Austria, the Großglockner, await hiking enthusiasts.

from Sybille Ebner,   Salzburger Almenweg
Long-Distance Hiking · Hochkoenig
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 04
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 4
Distance 7.2 km
Duration 3:30 h
Ascent 164 m
Descent 789 m

Walking "Into the sun"

from Anita Bott,   Salzburger Almenweg
Long-Distance Hiking · Salzburg Sun Terrace
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 05
recommended route Difficulty easy Stage 5
Distance 7.8 km
Duration 2:30 h
Ascent 54 m
Descent 683 m

"From mountain to lake"

from Anita Bott,   Salzburger Almenweg
Long-Distance Hiking · Holiday Region Hohe Tauern National Park
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 06
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 6
Distance 5.8 km
Duration 3:00 h
Ascent 830 m
Descent 9 m

Hike from Lend to the Three Waller-Kapelle/Dorfgastein.

from Anita Bott,   Salzburger Almenweg
Long-Distance Hiking · Holiday Region Hohe Tauern National Park
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 07
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 7
Distance 12.6 km
Duration 4:00 h
Ascent 856 m
Descent 595 m

"On legendary tracks"

from Anita Bott,   Salzburger Almenweg
Long-Distance Hiking · Gasteinertal
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 08
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 8
Distance 10.6 km
Duration 4:30 h
Ascent 708 m
Descent 659 m

"Accompanied by Chamois and Eagles"

from Anita Bott,   Salzburger Almenweg
Long-Distance Hiking · Gasteinertal
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 09
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 9
Distance 9 km
Duration 4:05 h
Ascent 774 m
Descent 469 m

"Romance of low- and high-alpine huts"

from Anita Bott,   Salzburger Almenweg
Long-Distance Hiking · Gasteinertal
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 10
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 10
Distance 10.1 km
Duration 5:00 h
Ascent 300 m
Descent 1,310 m

Hiking "Across sunny alpine pastures".

from Anita Bott,   Salzburger Almenweg
Long-Distance Hiking · Gasteinertal
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 11
recommended route Difficulty difficult Stage 11
Distance 11 km
Duration 6:00 h
Ascent 1,118 m
Descent 700 m

Hiking "So close to the Tauern".

from Anita Bott,   Salzburger Almenweg
Long-Distance Hiking · Gasteinertal
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 12
recommended route Difficulty easy Stage 12
Distance 8.8 km
Duration 2:30 h
Ascent 17 m
Descent 506 m

"In the footsteps of Empress Sissy"

from Anita Bott,   Salzburger Almenweg
Long-Distance Hiking · Gasteinertal
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 13
recommended route Difficulty easy Stage 13
Distance 4.5 km
Duration 1:30 h
Ascent 163 m
Descent 185 m

This stage offers ""The most beautiful view of Gastein Valley"

1
from Anita Bott,   Salzburger Almenweg
Long-Distance Hiking · Grossarltal
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 14
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 14
Distance 15.4 km
Duration 8:00 h
Ascent 1,391 m
Descent 1,484 m

The Salzburg Almenweg leads in 31 stages to more than 120 mountain huts on a length of 350 km. 4 (stage 14-17) of the 31 stages lead through ...

1
from Tourismusverband Großarltal,   Tourismusverband Großarltal
Long-Distance Hiking · Grossarltal
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 15
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 15
Distance 15 km
Duration 8:00 h
Ascent 1,615 m
Descent 833 m

The Salzburg Almenweg leads in 31 stages to more than 120 mountain huts on a length of 350 km. 4 (stage 14-17) of the 31 stages lead through ...

1
from Tourismusverband Großarltal,   Tourismusverband Großarltal
Long-Distance Hiking · Grossarltal
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 16
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 16
Distance 8.3 km
Duration 4:00 h
Ascent 581 m
Descent 557 m

The Salzburg Almenweg leads in 31 stages to more than 120 mountain huts on a length of 350 km. 4 (stage 14-17) of the 31 stages lead through ...

1
from Tourismusverband Großarltal,   Tourismusverband Großarltal
Long-Distance Hiking · Grossarltal
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 17
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 17
Distance 15.1 km
Duration 6:30 h
Ascent 607 m
Descent 758 m

The Salzburg Almenweg leads in 31 stages to more than 120 mountain huts on a length of 350 km. 4 (stage 14-17) of the 31 stages lead through ...

1
from Tourismusverband Großarltal,   Tourismusverband Großarltal
Long-Distance Hiking · Salzburg Sports World
Salzburger Almenweg stage 18
recommended route Difficulty difficult Stage 18
Distance 12.4 km
Duration 4:30 h
Ascent 600 m
Descent 1,291 m

Alpine path with a somewhat strenuous clib up to the Kitzstein ("Gabel") an a long descent to Kleinarl

2
from Agnes Moser,   Wagrain-Kleinarl Tourismus
Long-Distance Hiking · Salzburg Sports World
Salzburger Almenweg stage 19
recommended route Difficulty difficult Stage 19
Distance 13.7 km
Duration 4:53 h
Ascent 1,328 m
Descent 460 m

Constant ascent to the Steinkaralm, then the high path over the Saukarfunktel or a little easier over the "Bettlersteig"

from Agnes Moser,   Wagrain-Kleinarl Tourismus
Long-Distance Hiking · Salzburg Sports World
Almenweg Stage 20 - Koglalm - Flachau
recommended route Difficulty easy Stage 20
Distance 6.9 km
Duration 2:15 h
Ascent 63 m
Descent 1,008 m

Across open alpine meadows and through closed, shady high forests.

from Flachau Tourismus,   Tourismusverband Flachau
Long-Distance Hiking · Salzburg Sports World
Almenweg Stage 21 - Flachau - Zauchensee (Oberzauchenseealm)
recommended route Difficulty difficult Stage 21
Distance 16.5 km
Duration 7:00 h
Ascent 1,381 m
Descent 748 m

This hiking tour takes you through light forests, gentle alpine pastures and along the ridge.

from Flachau Tourismus,   Tourismusverband Flachau
Hiking route · Salzburg Sports World
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 22
recommended route Difficulty easy Stage 22
Distance 5.6 km
Duration 3:00 h
Ascent 183 m
Descent 460 m

The last difficult stage is now followedby an easy one from Oberzauchensee,with a brief climb tothe Stubhöhe and a long descentto the Vordergnadenalm.

from Destination Altenmarkt-Zauchensee,   Destination Altenmarkt-Zauchensee
Long-Distance Hiking · Obertauern
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 23
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 23
Distance 11 km
Duration 5:00 h
Ascent 639 m
Descent 286 m

Hiking “Along the Stag Wall Trail”.

from Anita Bott,   Salzburger Almenweg
Long-Distance Hiking · Obertauern
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 24
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 24
Distance 9.6 km
Duration 4:00 h
Ascent 651 m
Descent 441 m

"Humans and nature"

from Anita Bott,   Salzburger Almenweg
Long-Distance Hiking · Obertauern
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 25
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 25
Distance 14.3 km
Duration 4:00 h
Ascent 19 m
Descent 994 m

"Long alpine road to the finishing point"

from Anita Bott,   Salzburger Almenweg
Long-Distance Hiking · Obertauern
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 26
recommended route Difficulty easy Stage 26
Distance 8.6 km
Duration 2:00 h
Ascent 182 m
Descent 219 m

"Hiking along the Enns Bike Path"

from Anita Bott,   Salzburger Almenweg
Long-Distance Hiking · Salzburg Sports World
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 27
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 27
Distance 12.2 km
Duration 5:30 h
Ascent 950 m
Descent 754 m

Intermediate stage. Starting in Radstadt at 856m, a hiking trail leads up to the 1,770m high Rossbrand. From there, a narrow footpath leads to the ...

from Radstadt Tourismus,   Radstadt Tourismus
Long-Distance Hiking · Salzburg Sports World
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 28
recommended route Difficulty difficult Stage 28 closed
Distance 14.9 km
Duration 7:00 h
Ascent 1,200 m
Descent 652 m

A short stretch on the road, forest paths, mostly narrow hiking trails.  

from Christine Schober,   Tourismusverband Filzmoos
Long-Distance Hiking · Salzburg Sports World
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 29
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 29
Distance 20.5 km
Duration 7:30 h
Ascent 665 m
Descent 1,389 m

"The Gerzkopf, a mountain woven in legend"  

from Christine Schober,   Tourismusverband Filzmoos
Long-Distance Hiking · Tennengau-Dachstein West
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 30
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 30
Distance 12.2 km
Duration 6:00 h
Ascent 927 m
Descent 348 m

"A sea of red rhododendron in full bloom"

from Anita Bott,   Salzburger Almenweg
Long-Distance Hiking · Tennengebirge
Salzburger Almenweg - Stage 31
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 31
Distance 15.4 km
Duration 7:00 h
Ascent 673 m
Descent 1,670 m

Hiking "along impressive cliffs to the Salzach"

from Anita Bott,   Salzburger Almenweg
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