The trail can also be used as a return route from the Hochscheibenrunde.
The trail is also popular with hikers as an access to the Kummerbrücke, from where the legendary Wasserfallweg leads high up to the Heßhütte. Via stairs and ladders, the hiker overcomes the seemingly impregnable rocks.
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Rest stopsNationalpark Pavillon
Safety informationEmergency call mountain rescue 140
Emergency reporting tip - give answers to the six W questions: What happened? How many injured? Where did the accident happen (possibly GPS coordinates)? Who reported the accident (call-back number)? When did the accident happen? Weather at the accident site?
Tips and hintsTourismusverband Gesäuse
8911 Admont, Österreich
Tel. +43 (0) 3613 21160 10
Getting thereA9 Phyrnautobahn to exit Ardning/Admont and from there past Frauenberg, approx. 10 km to Admont. Via the B146 (Gesäuse Bundesstraße) from the west into the Gesäuse.
Or via Leoben, Vordernberg and Eisenerz to Hieflau and from there via B146 in a westerly direction into the Gesäuse.
A1 Westautobahn to exit Ybbs and from there south through Scheibbs, Lunz am See, Göstling an der Ybbs and Palfau to Hieflau. From there, take the B146 in a westerly direction to the Gesäuse.
From Hieflau or Admont take bus line 912 to the Gesäuse Kummerbrücke stop.
ParkingCar park southwest next to the Enns bridge
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Author’s map recommendations
EquipmentA first aid kit belongs in the rucksack as well as the mobile phone (Euro emergency call 112), a repair kit, warm clothing, rain protection, light and enough food and drink.
Gloves and goggles protect hands and eyes.
Maps or GPS are valuable orientation aids.
Always wear a helmet uphill and downhill!
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