Meeting Point : 9am, Tourist Office St. Johann in Tirol
Surrounded by numerous majestic-looking peaks of the Wilder Kaiser. A challenging hike into the heart of the Ostkaiser with a small, unmanaged refuge as the destination. At the Griesner Alm (temporarily closed due to new construction) in the Kaiserbachtal valley, we hike across the stream and along the hiking trail towards the Stripsenjochhaus. A narrow hiking trail branches off in the hiking trail branches off. The hike leads up to the Fritz-Pflaum-Hütte (not managed), which is enthroned surrounded by numerous peaks. The refuge was built in honour of Fritz Pflaum, a legendary alpinist from days gone by and a lover of the Wilder Kaiser. The hike leads through the large Griesner Kar - flanked by the walls of the Predigtstuhl and the Mitterkaiser - back to the starting point.
Duration: approx. 5 hours
Difficulty: ## Suitable for slightly advanced hikers who are comfortable on alpine trails. Trails can have exposed sections that require a good head for heights.
Effort Level: ### 900 - 1.400 meters elevation gain and loss
Price: for free with St. Johann Card, € 10,- without St. Johann Card
If you are unable to attend, please inform us (in all information offices in the region, at T 0043 5352 633350, by e-mail email@example.com) until wednesday 6pm.
The hike takes place already from one person. Please arrive a few minutes earlier and show your guest card.