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Schladminger Tauern High Trail | 5-days-tour

Long Distance Hiking · Schladming Tauern
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  • Hiking trail head at the valley terminal of Hochwurzen cable-car
    / Hiking trail head at the valley terminal of Hochwurzen cable-car
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz - www.gpic.at
  • Hiking trail head on Hochwurzen summit
    / Hiking trail head on Hochwurzen summit
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming
  • View from Hochwurzen to a sea of clouds above the Ennstal valley
    / View from Hochwurzen to a sea of clouds above the Ennstal valley
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Astrid Meissnitzer
  • View from Kleine Hochwurzen towards Rossfeld
    / View from Kleine Hochwurzen towards Rossfeld
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Gerhard Pilz
  • View from Rossfeld to Hochwurzen with Hochwurzenhütte
    / View from Rossfeld to Hochwurzen with Hochwurzenhütte
    Photo: Martin Huber, Tourismusverband Schladming - Martin Huber
  • Pausing on a bench on the way to Rossfeld
    / Pausing on a bench on the way to Rossfeld
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Astrid Meissnitzer
  • View of Hochwurzen with Hochwurzenhütte, Dachstein massif in the backdrop
    / View of Hochwurzen with Hochwurzenhütte, Dachstein massif in the backdrop
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Astrid Meissnitzer
  • / Coat of arms of Rohrmoos-Untertal on the summit of Rossfeld
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming
  • / Hiking from Rossfeld towards Guschen, Steirische Kalkspitze in view
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Astrid Meissnitzer
  • / Ascent from Latterfußsattel mountain saddle to Guschen summit
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Gerhard Pilz
  • / At Guschen summit
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Katrin Hutegger
  • / The Hochfeldmandl waypoint on Hochwurzen High Trail
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Astrid Meissnitzer
  • / Hikers on the trail between Hochfeld and Schiedeck summits
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Astrid Meissnitzer
  • / Below the summit of Schiedeck
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming - Gerhard Pilz
  • / Exposed trail section at trail #773 secured with steel rope
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming
  • / Rugged terrain on the slopes of Schiedeck summit
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Astrid Meissnitzer
  • / Brettersee Lake with Rotmandlspitze and Sauberg summits in the background
    Photo: Herbert Raffalt, Tourismusverband Schladming - Herbert Raffalt
  • / View of the Lower Giglachsee Lake and Ignaz-Mattis-Hütte
    Photo: Herbert Raffalt, Tourismusverband Schladming - Herbert Raffalt
  • / Ignaz-Mattis-Hütte, Giglachsee Lake and Lungauer Kalkspitze
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming - Gerhard Pilz
  • / Upper and Lower Giglachsee Lakes
    Photo: Herbert Raffalt, Tourismusverband Schladming
  • / Giglachseehütte with the Steirische Kalkspitze in the backdrop
    Photo: Herbert Raffalt, Tourismusverband Schladming - Herbert Raffalt
  • / View from Vetternkar cirque to Giglachseen lakes
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz - www.gpic.at
  • / Hiking trail #702 at Vetternkar cirque below the summit of Rotmandlspitze
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Remains of historic miners' housing in the Vetternkar cirque
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz - www.gpic.at
  • / Ruins of historic miners' housing at Vetternkar cirque - Engelkarspitze mountain in the backdrop
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz - www.gpic.at
  • / Remaining walls of historic miners' housing at Vetternkar cirque - Rotmandlspitze and Sauberg summits in the background
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming
  • / View from Rotmandlspitze into Vetternkar cirque and to Giglachseen Lakes
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz - www.gpic.at
  • / View from Rotmandlspitze to Sauberg summit and Kruckeckscharte ridge - Hochgolling in the background
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz - www.gpic.at
  • / View from the trail into Duisitzkar cirque and the Buckelkarseen Lakes
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz - www.gpic.at
  • / Trail through scree below Sauberg summit - Krukeckscharte lying ahead
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Steel rope below Krukeckscharte ridge
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Steel rope below Krukeckscharte ridge
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming
  • / Leftover snow below Kruckeckscharte ridge - Vetternspitze summit in the background
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz - www.gpic.at
  • / View from Krukeckscharte ridge into Neualmkar cirque
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz - www.gpic.at
  • / Scenery at Hüttensee Lake below Keinprechthütte chalet
    Photo: Martin Huber, Photo Austria - Martin Huber
  • / Keinprechthütte in Obertal valley
    Photo: Kreativwerk, Keinprechthütte
  • / On the way to Trockenbrotscharte - view back to Keinprechthütte
    Photo: Katrin Hutegger, Tourismusverband Schladming - Katrin Hutegger
  • / On the way to Trockenbrotscharte ridge - a look back towards Keinprechthütte
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming
  • / View from Trockenbrotscharte ridge to Hochgolling - Göriachwinkel cirque in the foreground
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Landawirseehütte in Lungau with panoramic view to Hochgolling
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz - www.gpic.at
  • / View to trail n° 702A from the turn-off below Gollingscharte ridge
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz - www.gpic.at
  • / View from Gollingscharte ridge towards Landawirseehütte
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
  • / On the way from Gollingscharte ridge to Gollingwinkel cirque.
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz - www.gpic.at
  • / Gollingwinkel cirque with the North face of Hochgolling
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming - Gerhard Pilz
  • / Horses enjoy themselves at the foot of Hochgolling's north face in Gollingwinkel cirque
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz - www.gpic.at
  • / Panoramic view of Gollingwinkel cirque and the north face of Hochgolling
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz - www.gpic.at
  • / Gollinghütte chalet - Schladminger Tauern mountain range
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming - Gerhard Pilz
  • / Gollinghütte chalet and Hochgolling with its Northface
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming - Gerhard Pilz
  • / View out of Steinriesental valley
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
  • / View towards Gollinghütte and into Untere Stegeralm
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming
  • / Ascent from Gollinghütte to Greifenbergsattel mountain saddle - Hochgolling always in view
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
  • / At Greifenbergsattel ridge - Greifenberg summit in the background
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Gerhard Pilz
  • / View from Greifenbergsattel mountain saddle to Lungauer Klaffer
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
  • / View of Sattelsee Lake and Hochgolling
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Greifenberg summit - Schladminger Tauern mountain range
    Photo: Herbert Raffalt, Tourismusverband Schladming - Herbert Raffalt
  • / Klafferkessel lake plateau - Schladminger Tauern mountain range
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming - Gerhard Pilz
  • / View from Greifenberg to Klafferkessel and Lungauer Klaffer
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Descent from Greifenberg summit to the Klafferkessel lake plateau
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Katrin Hutegger
  • / Obere Klafferscharte, also known as Klafferschneide
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Hikers at one of the lakes at Klafferkessel
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Katrin Hutegger
  • / Klafferkessel lake plateau - Schladminger Tauern mountain range
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming - Herbert Raffalt
  • / Untere Klafferscharte - here the descent towards Lämmerkare cirques begins
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Looking into Lämmerkare cirques and Riesachtal from Klafferscharte ridge
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Bridge across the creek in the Äußeres Lämmerkar cirque
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Atmospheric morning in the Lämmerkar cirques
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz - www.gpic.at
  • / Preintalerhütte, Schladminger Tauern
    Photo: Herbert Raffalt, Tourismusverband Schladming
  • / Waldhornalm chalet - Riesachtal valley, Schladminger Tauern mountain range
    Photo: Eliashof-Waldhornalm, Eliashof-Waldhornalm
  • / View from Höfertsteig route towards Riesachsee Lake
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Animal company at Höfertsteig route of Planai High Trail
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Beautiful autumn colours along Planai High Trail
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Gerhard Pilz
  • / View from Neualm towards Waldhorn in the morning
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz - www.gpic.at
  • / Neualm in Riesachtal valley, Waldhorn summit in the background
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming - Gerhard Pilz
  • / Crystal clear water at Kaltenbach creek
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Gerhard Pilz
  • / View from Spielbühel to Riesachtal (left) and Steinriesental (right) valleys
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Gerhard Pilz
  • / View from Hasenkarspitze towards Hochgolling
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming - Gerhard Pilz
  • / View north from Spielbühel mountain saddle at Planai High Trail
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
  • / View past Rabenköpfl summit to Höchstein
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Revegetation after a slope slide in the area of Rauhenberg-Sonntagerhöhe
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Steel safety rope in the Rauhenberg area of Planai High Trail
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
  • / View from Planai High Trail to Höchstein summit
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming - Gerhard Pilz
  • / View from Seerieszinken summit towards Dachstein
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Gerhard Pilz
  • / View over Krahbergzinken summit towards the Dachstein massif
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, CC BY, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Planai High Trail
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Tourismusverband Schladming - Gerhard Pilz
  • / Newly excavated trail in the Krahbergzinken section of the Planai High Trail
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Exposed trail section with narrow footpath at Krahbergzinken
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Steel safety rope (foreground) and newly excavated trail along the slopes of Krahbergzinken
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Krahbergzinken mountain in summer as seen from the Planai High Trail
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
  • / Turn-off from Planai High Trail to Krahbergzinken summit
    Photo: Gerhard Pilz, Gerhard Pilz
1200 1500 1800 2100 2400 2700 m km 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 Parkplatz Gipfelbahn Hochwurzen Hochwurzenhütte Hochwurzen Hüttecksattel Roßfeld Latterfußsattel Guschen Hochfeldmandl Hochfeld Schiedeck Brettersee Ignaz-Mattis-Hütte Historischer Römerweg Giglachsee Hütte Giglachseen Historische Knappen-Behausung Rotmandlspitze Sauberg Keinprechthütte Trockenbrotscharte Landawirseehütte Gollingscharte Hochgolling Gollingwinkel Gollinghütte Greifenberg Klafferkessel Greifenstein Preintalerhütte Waldhornalm Sonntagskarseen Neualm (Untertal) Hasenkarspitze

This tour is a multiple day hike through the Schladminger Tauern mountain range. and partially part of Central Alpine Trail 02, which traverses the entire Alpine region.

difficult
45.7 km
27:30 h
4613 m
4635 m

Due to its unique geological features, the wealth of plant and animals species, and the special character of the surrounding mountain world, this particular section of the Central Alpine Trail through the Schladminger-Tauern is one of the most beautiful hiking tours to be found anywhere in the Alps. Dozens of tarns and waterfalls of the Niedere Tauern range, you will find a majority of those in the valleys, basins and coombes of the Schladminger Tauern. Pristine, untamed streams with thunderous waterfalls and countless small rivulets flowing from springs beneath the Tauern mountains add to the appeal and charm of this region. In addition, some truly rewarding mountain destinations, such as the Hochgolling, the highest mountain in the Niedere Tauern, along with the Höchstein, Hohe Wildstelle, Steirische Kalkspitze and many more, all lie directly along the path. Particularly unique impressions await you during a tour through the Klafferkessel and on the shores of the lakes there. An arctic-style lakescape, with flora you would normally only find at more northern latitudes, always guaranteed to captivate each and every alpine hiker.

Refreshment stops and mountain chalets:

  • Ursprungalm chalet
  • Hochwurzenhütte inn
  • Giglachseehütte chalet
  • Ignaz-Mattis-Hütte chalet
  • Duisitzkarhütte chalet
  • Fahrlechhütte chalet
  • Keinprechthütte chalet
  • Landawirseehütte chalet
  • Gollinghütte chalet
  • Preintalerhütte chalet
  • Waldhornalm chalet
  • Schladminger Hütte chalet
  • Schafalm chalet
  • Onkel Willy's Hütte chalet
  • Hotel Planaihof

Points of Interest:

Dozens of tarns and waterfalls, geological features like the Klafferkessel plateau, summit of Greifenberg.

Author’s recommendation

Schladminger Tauern High Trail is a multiple day tour requiring experience in alpine terrain (on all stages). Thus, surefootedness, a head for heights and a good level of stamina are a requirement. On average you have to cover 1,000 m in vertical ascents (up and down) each day, requiring several hours of walking time!

Although there is no need for equipment like crampons, ropes or via ferrata sets, this multiple day tour takes you along alpine trails (having steel ropes for additional security on short sections) in steep and exposed terrain.

The blog post of Moon & Honey Travel gives a great overview and tips about the tour.

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Author
Gerhard Pilz
Updated: November 04, 2019

Quality route according to "Österreichisches Wandergütesiegel"
Difficulty
difficult
Technique
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
Greifenberg, 2618 m
Lowest point
Gollinghütte, 1651 m
Best time of year
Jan
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Rest Stop

Onkel Willy's Hütte
Planaihof
Gollinghütte
Giglachsee Hütte
Preintalerhütte
Schladminger Hütte
Hochwurzenhütte
Ignaz-Mattis-Hütte
Schafalm
Keinprechthütte
Landawirseehütte
Waldhornalm

Safety information

Surefootedness, a head for heights and alpine experience required!

Changes in weather patterns, quick falls in temperature, thunderstorms, wind, fog and snow are some of the dangers that can be encountered on a hiking tour. Hosts of alpine huts and mountain refuges have a lot of experience in the mountains and can give good advice about weather and the trails. Poor equipment, overestimation of one's own capabilities, carelessness, poor personal constitution and/or wrong judgement  can lead to critical situations. In case of thunderstorms: avoid summits, ridges and steel ropes.

GPS data and orienteering

Available GPS data - just like hiking maps - is only a guidance for orientation and can never depict a trail exactly with all its details. Especially at dangerous spots it is essential to judge on site how to proceed.

In an emergency please call:

  • 140 - for Alpine emergencies (all over Austria)
  • 112 - European GSM emergency number

Equipment

A well-packed backpack is helpful and especially when touring Alpine terrain a tuque, gloves, a windproof jacket and pants are standard equipment. Good, waterproof shoes, sun glasses, sun cream and sufficient beverages are essential too. Torch light, a map of the area, knie and a small first-aid kit should also be in the backpack.

Don't forget your sleeping bag for the overnight stay.

Tips, hints and links

Tourist information: www.schladming.com

Information about bus schedules: www.planaibus.at

Information about cable-car hours: www.planai.at

360° drone images

Get yourself an overview with our 360° drone images:

 

Start

Hochwurzen mountain terminal (1843 m)
Coordinates:
Geographic
47.360103, 13.638994
UTM
33T 397226 5246080

Destination

Planai mountain terminal

Turn-by-turn directions

Stage 1 - 6 to 7 hours Hochwurzen High Trail to the Giglachseen Lakes

Start out from the Hochwurzenhütte (accessible on the Hochwurzen cable car or via hiking path No. 60 from Rohrmoos). From the Hochwurzen car park, the trail takes us after just a few minutes via a newly laid-out path up the extended grassy ridgeline of the Rossfeld. From this easily reached scenic mountain, we can hike down to the south to the depression of the Leiterfußsattel with a sign for several different trails. Our path now takes us on trail No. 773 which originates in Obertal, leading us out of this alpine saddle through a battle-zone forest interspersed with numerous pine trees up to a popular scenic peak, the Guschen (elev. 1,983 m). From the summit cross on the Guschen, our path now takes us over the Schneidergipfel, and across the western flank of the Hochfeld and the striking Schiedeck mountain (2,339 m). The Klammsee and the Brettersee, as well as the eastern wall of the Kammspitze with its dramatically shaped toothed ridgeline, represent the heart of this magnificent path. The hike concludes with numerous small switchbacks, which meander down a steep mountainside to the Ignaz-Mattis-Hütte.

Variant 1: By public bus from Schladming and Rohrmoos to the Ursprungalm (or by private vehicle from Pichl or Schladming-Rohrmoos. From the Ursprungalm in around 1 hour to the Giglachseehütte or 11/4 hours to the Ignaz-Mattis-Hütte (hut run by the Alpine Association).

Variant 2: From the Ursprungalm up the so-called “Kranz”. Descent via the Brotrinnl to the Preberhütte. From the Oberhütte, path No. 702 to the Akarscharte (elev. 2,315 m). Opportunity to climb to the summit of the Steirische or Lungauer Kalkspitze (from the Akarscharte ca. 1/2 hour). Followed by a descent via the Znachsattel to the Giglachseehütte or Ignaz-Mattis-Hütte .

Stage 2 - 4 hours To the Giglachseen and the Keinprechthütte

Variant 1 - via the Rotmandlspitze: Setting out from the Giglachseehütte or the Ignaz-Mattis-Hütte, path No. 702 leads us to the eastern end of the Giglachseen lakes. From here the trail takes us on a moderate climb to the outer Knappenkar, then ascends very steeply in parts to the Rotmandlspitze (2,453 m). From there we continue to the Kruckeckscharte (2,303 m). Here the trail takes us downhill through a series of large hairpin bends until we again come to the beautifully situated Keinprecht-Hütte at 1,872m above sea level.

Variant 2 - past Duisitzkarsee lake: From the Ignaz-Mattis-Hütte or Giglachseehütte across the Murspitzsattel on path No.775 to the shore of the Duisitzkarsee (1,648 m) with its two famous huts, the Duisitzkarhütte and Fahrlechalm .

Stage 3 - 6 to 9 hours Keinprecht-Hütte - Gollinghütte (long stage)

Departing from the Keinprecht-Hütte, we follow path No. 702 through a large alpine cirque until we reach a fork in the trail. We continue alongside an area of pine trees to the Trockenbrotscharte (2,237 m). Two trail variants are now open to us: either a high trail – which begins at the Landawirtseehütte, or via the regular path to the inner Göriachwinkel. From here the trail goes to the Gollingscharte (2,326 m). From the Gollingscharte there is an opportunity to climb to the summit of the Hochgolling (2,963 m). Any ascent on this summit requires surefootedness, a head for heights, along with alpine experience. From the Gollingscharte, down across a field of ice and scree to the Gollingwinkel. In a quarter of an hour we will make our way across the Götterplatz and come to the Gollinghütte.

Stage 4 - 6 to 8 hours Gollinghütte - Klafferkessel - Preintalerhütte

Immediately after the Gollinghütte we cross the Steinriesenbach. In a series of serpentines, path No. 702 takes us up the Greifenberg. At an elevation of around 2,300 meters, the views open up to all sides. Before us lies Greifenbergsee lake and the summit cross of the Greifenberg (2,618 m). The summit affords us the best views of the Klafferkessel. A steep alpine trail now takes us downhill to the upper Klafferscharte. We continue across fields of snow and scree down to the actually heart of this tour, the Klafferkessel. We now pass countless tarns and pools on the way to the lower Klafferscharte. At this point, a trail takes us in a series of broad loops downhill to the outer Lämmerkar. After crossing the Waldhornbach, we will reach the Preintalerhütte .

Stage 5 - 6 to 8 hours Preintalerhütte - Planai High Trail - Planai

The Planai High Trail - alongside with stage 4 - is probably the toughest part of the 5-day-tour. Crossing steep mountain slopes you first hike towards Neualm (no refreshments available) and then continue via rough terrain. You underpass Höchstein summit and head on towards Steinkarzinken and Krahbergzinken before you finally reach the summit of Planai.

Public transport

Public transport friendly

With the Planai buses from Schladming (Planet-Planai, Lendplatz) or Rohrmoos (Rohrmoos-Zentrum) to the valley terminal of Gipfelbahn Hochwurzen. Alternatively take the bus to Ursprungalm chalets in Preuneggtal valley.

From Planai you can take the cable-car back to the town of Schladming or hike down to the mountain village via WM-Pfad trail (another 2 hours).

Getting there

From Schladming into the direction of Rohrmoos, at the roundabout Rohrmoos straight ahead to the Hochwurzen cable car.

We recommand to leave the car in Schladming at the Kraiter car park (100 m above the white church) - take the Planai-Hochwurzen bus from Lendplatz to the Hochwurzen cable car (bus timetable: www.planai.at)

Parking

Kraiter car park- 100 m beyond the white church or car parking at the valley terminal of Gipfelbahn Hochwurzen.

Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Book recommendation by the author

  • Broschüre "Schladminger Tauern Höhenweg": 5 Tage voller Gipfel, Seen & Bergerlebnisse, erhältlich im Tourismusverband Schladming.
  • Wanderführer Schladming-Dachstein von Herbert Raffalt, erhältlich im Tourismusverband Schladming.

Author’s map recommendations

  • Hiking map Schladming, 1:25.000, available at the tourist office Schladming.
  • Hiking map Schladming-Dachstein, 1:50.000, available at the tourist office Schladming.


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Difficulty
difficult
Distance
45.7 km
Duration
27:30 h
Ascent
4613 m
Descent
4635 m
Public transport friendly Loop Multi-stage tour Scenic With refreshment stops Cultural/historical value Geological highlights Mountain railway ascent/descent Summit route

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