This tour is the week’s undisputed highlight. What could be better than being on the top of a mountain for sunrise? Starting at Wochenbrunner Alm, we will head out under the moonlight for an unforgettable journey. Be amazed by the starry night sky still twinkling above in the darkness and watch the night give way to the day as you ascend. Once at the top, we will get to watch the sun rise and light up the sky with purples and pinks and orange streaks. An experience that will stay with you for a long time! To get back to Griesner Alm we take the mighty Steinerne Rinne, which is flanked by the steep rock walls of Fleischbank and Predigtstuhl.
Start: Departure depends on sunrise times
Duration: 9 hours
Cost: € 65 per person for holders of the St. Johann Card (€ 85 without guest card), plus taxi costs
Equipment: Helmet*, climbing harness*, Via Ferrata set with energy absorber * headlamp* (*available for rent if needed).
Hiking gear, hiking boots, Via Ferrata and/or cycling gloves, small backpack, food.
Cost for rental equipment (helmet, climbing harness, Via Ferrata set, headlamp): € 14 per person; not included
Time: 6,5 hours / Elevation gain: 1200m
Difficulty: #### For experienced hikers who enjoy heights and drop offs. Hikes include easy but possibly strenuous climbing passages that use cables to hold on to. Sure-footedness and a good head for heights are a must.
This tour is available for a minimum of 4 participants. Minimum age: 10 years (depending on shape!)
Please register by Friday 12am at St. Johann in Tirol, Oberndorfor Kirchdorf tourist office, phone 0043 5352 63335 0
Every registered participant will be contacted by telephone by the mountain guide the evening before the tour. To ensure that we can always offer our guests a unique mountain experience, we reserve the right to make small changes to the programme and to adjust the starting time and meeting point according to the conditions and weather. If the weather is really bad, we are happy to offer taster courses in the Kitzbühel or St. Johann climbing halls.
Picture: (c) Kitzbüheler Bergführer