Fantastic alpine flair in untouched nature - an ideal excursion for families.
Distance 4.2 km
Highest point1,341 m
Lowest point1,288 m
Alone the journey through the Sattental is worth it.
Schladming Dachstein - TVB Gröbminger Land
Update: January 19, 2021
Best time of year
Forested/wild trail 94.05%
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Weather changes, rapid drops in temperature, thunderstorms, wind, fog and snowfields are objective dangers and require the right behaviour on the road. Hutkeepers are experienced mountain connoisseurs who can give good tips on the weather and the route. Lack of equipment, overestimation of one's own abilities, carelessness, poor physical condition and a wrong assessment can lead to critical situations. During thunderstorms: Avoid peaks, ridges and rope belaying at all costs.
In an emergency, please dial the following emergency calls: No. 140 - Mountain Rescue No. 112 - Euro Emergency Call
Tips and hints
Tour at your own risk! No liability will be accepted for any given or occurring alpine driving (weather, etc.).
Car park Sattental - 500m after Kainreiteralm (1,291 m)
From the Sattental car park you walk along the road to the Perneralm. After a further 20 minutes' walk, the Tagalm lies at the end of the valley. Both huts spoil you with delicious Styrian specialities. From the Tagalm you walk along a path and on the other side of the stream back to the starting point.
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike
For alpine routes, the basic equipment includes a hood, gloves, a good jacket and trousers. Good, waterproof shoes, sunglasses, sun protection and plenty of drinks are essential. Flashlight, maps, knives and a small first aid box are also included.
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