Admonterhaus (1,725 m) via Grabneralm (1,390 m)
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Refreshment stops: Grabneralm - Admonterhaus
Adventure points Admonter Warte, 1,804 m, local mountain, wonderful viewpoint
Grabnerstein, Mittagskogel and Natterriegel - popular ski mountains in winter
Track typesShow elevation profile
Safety informationno difficulties on the normal hiking trail
for version Hexenturm via ferrata equipment
Mountain rescue emergency call: 140
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Then we still have an hour's climb ahead of us. A path winds its way uphill until we finally see the Admonter's house majestically enthroned in the embrasure. We have reached our destination - we might want to spend the night here and then the next morning join the Mittagskogel and Natterriegel (easy hike) or the Hexenturm (only for sure-footed and vertigo-free or via ferrata climbers).
Variant: If you are free from giddiness you can also connect the via ferrata to the Grabnerstein from the Admonterhaus and descend from the summit to the Grabneralm Haus - there we meet our ascent path again.
Also from Hall on trail no. 633 via Johannesbründl in 3 hours and from Oberlaussa, Voerderzwiesel car park, on trail no. 636 via Seeboden in about 3 hours. Summit: Grabnerstein, 1,847 m (Styria's most beautiful flower mountain) via "Jungfernsteig" (A) in about 1 hour. Mittagskogel, 2,041 m, trail nr. 634, about 1.25 hours, on to the Natterriegel, 2,065 m, in 10 minutes Hexenturm (Bärenkarmauer, 2,172 m), normal ascent via Roßkar, Natterriegel - Hexenturm, about 2 hours
Public transportBusline 910 Liezen - Altenmarkt Haltestelle Bucher Sattel
Getting therefrom Admont: at the Ennsbrücke roundabout, take the Altenmarkt exit and drive approx. 8 km up the Buchauer Sattel, turn left at the top of the pass, parking after 100 m
of St. Gallen: Drive towards Admont for about 12 km on the Buchauer Sattel, turn right at the top of the pass, parking after 100 m
ParkingParkplatz Admonterhaus/Grabneralm auf dem Buchauer Sattel
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EquipmentMountain boots or good trekking shoes, as well as a hiking rucksack with appropriate contents (water bottle, first aid, hiking map,
sun protection, snacks, etc.).
You should also be well prepared for a change of weather. Mobile phone for emergency calls.(140)
Do not forget your sleeping bag for overnight stays in the huts!
As little as possible, as much as necessary
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