Schreiende Brunnen Pulvermacher Almhütte


  • EasyLevel
  • access_time3:00 hDuration
  • arrow_right_alt4,5 kmDistance
  • terrain1013 mHighest point
  • trending_up200 mUphill
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Schreiende Brunnen - Fieberbrunn © Marion Pichler.jpg

Tour information

From the hiking & biking starting point after the Eiserne Hand inn, walk right along the Schwarzarche into the Hörndlinger Graben (note: path leads through tunnel). About halfway along the trail, you reach the small "Schreienden Brunnen" waterfalls with a shady resting place. Legend has it that the alpine dairymen living in abundance and iniquity at Wildseeloder were flooded by God's wrath. The Wildseeloder lake was formed. The crying of the alpine dairymen can still be heard today in the ditch near the "crying wells".
The tour continues slightly uphill to the cosy Pulvermacher Almhütte refreshment stop. 
Walking time for one route (Eiserne Hand to Pulvermacher Almhütte approx. 1h30)
(The route can also be taken by car to the hut).

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Schreiende Brunnen Pulvermacher Almhütte


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  • Breathable outdoor clothing, sturdy shoes, food (drinks), sun protection (sunglasses, sun cream & cap), rain protection, cash; guest card if bus is used.
  • Coming from St. Johann i.T. or Hochfilzen via the B164 Hochkönig Bundesstraße (coming from Waidring / St. Ulrich via the L2 Pillerseestraße) to Fieberbrunn. At the end of the village / entrance turn off in the direction of Dandlerau / Eiserne Hand.
  • Hiking and biking car park after Gasthof Eiserne Hand.

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