From hut to hut in the National park Gesäuse Stage 04 Ennstalerhütte - Haindlkarhütte
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Abstieg nach GstatterbodenPhoto: Tourismusverband Gesäuse, TV Gesäuse
From box seat to box seat: In the face of the famous Gseis north face on the way from the Ennstalerhütte to the Haindlkarhütte.
Offers at: bookyourtrail.com
Track typesShow elevation profile
Rest stopsNationalpark Pavillon
Haindlkarhütte, 1.121 m
Ennstalerhütte , 1.543m
Safety informationMountain rescue emergency call: 140
From a technical point of view, the Gesäuse hut circuit has moderate difficulties, which are no problem for the sure-footed and experienced mountain hiker. All the stages run on mountain paths with red dots, which means that they are classified as moderately difficult hiking trails according to the classification of the Austrian Alpine Club. However, you should have a certain amount of mountain experience for the Gesäuse Hüttenrunde, as you will be hiking in mountains with altitudes up to 1,850 m.
Tips and hintshttps://www.bookyourtrail.com/trail/gesaeuse-huettenrundwanderweg
By roadWith your own car:
A9 Phyrn motorway to exit Ardning/Admont and from there past Frauenberg, approx. 10 km after Admont.
By train: The following train stations are at your disposal: Liezen train station (continue with bus 910 to Admont), Weißenbach - St. Gallen train station (from here take bus 912 to Admont).
By plane: The following international airports can be recommended for arrival by plane - Vienna, Linz and Graz. Arrival Shuttle Service Brings you to the starting point of your trail journey and back to the ideal train station or airport at the end of the tour.
The Trail Info & Booking Centre will be happy to organise this shuttle service.
ParkingParking is available at the respective starting points of the trail tour (Attention: parking possibilities are very limited in Johnsbach). Most of the parking spaces are free of charge and not supervised! The return transport will bring you back to your car.
Tip: Please place a note in your car with a note that you are on the Gesäuse Hut Trail (including the date of your return and telephone number) - the mountain rescue service will thank you!
Author’s map recommendations
Gesäuseberge – Haller Mauern – Eisenerzer Alpen West, Nr. 801
M 1: 35.000 http://www.carto.at/gesaeuse/
Kompass/ Wander-, Fahrrad- & Schitourenkarte „Nationalpark Gesäuse“, Nr. 206
M 1 : 25.000 http://www.kompass.de/touren-und-regionen/wanderkarte/dest/100148-alpenregion-nationalpark-gesaeuse/
Alpenvereinskarte „Gesäuse und Ennstaler Alpen“, Blatt 16, M 1 : 25.000 http://www.freytagberndt.com/shop/9783928777346-alpenvereinskarte-16-ennstaler-alpen-g
EquipmentFor the Gesäuse hut tour, "normal" equipment for alpine hikes on unpaved paths is completely sufficient. In any case, we recommend sturdy shoes and telescopic walking sticks to take the strain off the knees on the sometimes longer descents. For all refuges along the trail you should also bring a sleeping bag and a towel. Since the huts where you will be staying overnight on your trail trip are very remote and high up in the mountains and cannot be reached by the luggage shuttle, we cannot offer any luggage transport for the Gesäuse Hut Tour. We therefore recommend that you pack your rucksack sparingly and only take what is really necessary with you to the Gesäuse Hüttenrunde. It can be quite liberating to be on the way without luxury!
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