Wildseeloderhaus - Wildseelodergipfel


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  • access_time3:40 hDuration
  • arrow_right_alt6,0 kmDistance
  • terrain2218 mHighest point
  • trending_up600 mUphill
  • trending_down600 mDownhill
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Summer 2024:
Starting point only accessible by foot (approx. 3 h) or by bike (approx. 2 h) due to new construction of the Streuböden cable car.  

From the Lärchfilzkogel mountain station, the trail leads downhill into a hollow and from there down a gravelled path to the Wildalm pastures. In the Wildalm show dairy, you can not only taste and buy different types of cheese, but also watch notstalgic films from Fieberbrunn in the smallest cinema. From the Wildalmen, the trail becomes narrower and steeper. You climb in serpentines towards the Wildseeloderhaus, which you can already see from afar. Again and again you come across grazing sheep along the path. After about 45 minutes you reach the Wildseeloderhaus, an Alpine Club shelter that also offers overnight accommodation. Nestled between the peaks of Wildseeloder and Henne, it "appears" up there - the black-blue Wildseeloder Lake. According to legend, the sacrilegious alpine dairymen drowned in its waters. Their cries can still be heard today at the small waterfalls - the Schreienden Brunnen - far down in the Hörndlinger Graben. 
The trail leads along the right side of the lake. The path climbs up the lake wall (slope) via hairpin bends to the Törl. Go through this rocky gap. Over a ridge and finally some steeper steps you reach the summit at 2,118 m above sea level in about 45 minutes from the Wildseeloderhaus.
The last summit cross forged from Pillerse steel is a sign of a long mining tradition in the region.
For the way back down to the lake, you can choose the path in a southerly direction over the Seenieder. From the Wildseelodersee, the same path leads downhill to the Wildalmen and up to the Lärchfilzkogel mountain station.

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Wildseeloderhaus - Wildseelodergipfel


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  • Gravel, rock, meadow
  • Breathable outdoor clothing, sturdy shoes, drinks, sun protection (sunglasses, sun cream & cap), rain protection, cash; guest card if using the bus.
  • 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 Bergbahnen Fieberbrunn.
  • By bus: Bus connection from Ellmau / Kitzbühel / St. Johann i.T. / Lofer and within the PillerseeTal region. Fieberbrunn Bergbahn bus stop. Bus free of charge with guest card.

    By train: free train connection from Wörgl to Hochfilzen (regional trains) with guest card. Fieberbrunn train station. Walking time to bus stop Fieberbrunn Rosenegg direction Bergbahn approx. 10 min.
  • Parking spaces at the valley station of the Fieberbrunn cable cars

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