The further way to the perfect viewpoint Stalingradkapelle leads over the Kohlanger. As an encore, the Hohe Trett offers itself. Otherwise, it's best to descend to the chapel in the evening mood and enjoy the view.
Distance 12 km
Highest point1,355 m
Lowest point650 m
Through the town center and after 500 meters up to the Tachenberg. Turn left over the asphalt road and after 500 meters turn right towards the forest. Beautiful forest soil takes us up. Then again and again on forest paths and hiking trails we go up to Kohlanger. Quite unspectacular we reach the summit. For the perfect view of the Enns Valley, the variant on the Hohe Trett +6.3 +317hm is ideal. If you have had enough, you can walk down to the Stalingradkapelle and enjoy a fantastic view. Always recommended with morning or evening atmosphere. On sunken paths it goes quickly down to Ritzmannsdorf and then via Tachenberg back to the starting point.
Garbage on meadows and paths can not smell mountain and valley. Please take it with you. Agriculture and forestry are important partners for Berg und Tal. They allow you to walk and drive on many of their paths. Be aware that only good cooperation will guarantee your recreational enjoyment in the future.
Parkingplace tennis court (652 m)
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Parkingplace tennis court
Trail number: 6
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With the train to the trainstation ,, Satinach-Irdning'' or ,,Liezen''.
From there you can reach Aigen im Ennstal with the bus line 940 every hour.
Coming from Liezen, turn left in Wörschach and follow the signs to Aigen/Ennstal. In Aigen drive through the village and shortly before the end sign, turn left and park your car at the large gravel parking lot.
Coming from Schladming, follow the signs to Irdning/Aigen at the Trautenfels intersection. Drive through Irdning and via Schlattham and past the Putterersee, turn right shortly after the village sign Aigen and park the vehicle at the large parking lot.
Big and free parking lot at the start point
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike
Author’s map recommendations
Trailrunning map Schladming-Dachstein: available free of charge at all info locations
Trail running shoes - no asphalt running shoes
Running backpack or vest depending on the length of the tour hydration bladder or softflasks