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Hike to the Goisererhütte and on to the Hohe Kalmberg

Hiking route · Dachstein Salzkammergut
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  • Goisererhütte
    Photo: Elisabeth Grill
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Distance 5.7 km
4:00 h
1,192 m
0 m
1,830 m
638 m

View-rich hike from Bad Goisern to the Goisererhütte and up the Hohe Kalmberg

The hike takes us from the Tannbach car park near Bad Goisern on gravel and hiking trails up to the Goisererhütte and the Hohe Kalmberg. Along the way we pass beautiful resting places such as the Glücksplätze of the Dachstein Salzkammergut World Heritage Region, for example the „Kalmooskirche” and the „Indianerkopf”. The Kalmooskirche offers a piece of regional history, as Protestants once held secret services in this hut. The Indian head can be seen particularly well from the hut. Below the Goisererhütte is also the so-called „Dichtlerin”, a spring that has been supplying the hut with water since 1982. At the end of the tour, on the Hohe Kalmberg, the panoramic view over mountains and valleys is impressive and compensates for all the effort of the ascent.


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“When everything feels like an uphill struggle just think of the view from the top.“ - Unknown

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