Wilder Kaiser Überschreitung

Hiking

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  • HardLevel
  • access_time9:00 hDuration
  • arrow_right_alt18,9 kmDistance
  • terrain2101 mHighest point
  • trending_up1312 mUphill
  • trending_down1532 mDownhill
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Tour information

The hike starts at the Griesner Alm. Initially, it leads along a well-maintained hiking trail. At the first fork, choose the path in the direction of Fritz-Pflaum-Hütte. Flanked by the Mitterkaiser, Predigtstuhl and Hinterer Goinger Halt, the mountain trail leads through the large Griesner Tor up to the Fritz-Pflaum Hut in the Griesner Kar. Here you have a breathtaking view of the surrounding peaks of the Wilder Kaiser. Along the walls of the Kleinkaiser, the mountain trail leads over to the Kleines Törl. Attention: In this area there are numerous chamois on the move, so you should definitely wear a helmet because of possible falling rocks. Accompanied by impressive images that present themselves, you hike up to the Kleine Törl, located 2100 meters above sea level. Via the beautiful Gildensteig you walk past the Wilderer Kanzl down to the Lehrergrab. At this place the teacher Much Wieser, a great lover of the Wilder Kaiser, was buried on October 17, 1952. Continue hiking down to the Obere Regalm and from here you will reach the Graspoint Hochalm and Granderalm down to the Schleier Waterfall - the climbing paradise in the Tyrolean lowlands. A little below the Schleier waterfall is the Graspoint Niederalm, a small snack station. Along the walking and cycling path between St. Johann in Tirol and Going you will reach the Römerhof and further on to the Rummlerhof (both places to stop for refreshments). If you still have strength, you can hike from the Rummlerhof for another 45 minutes to St. Johann in Tirol.
 
Note: The starting and finishing points are not served by public transport.

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Wilder Kaiser Überschreitung

Features

  • check difficult / black mountain path
  • narrow steep mountain trail with partially exposed areas with danger of falling, gravel plains,
  • Steady trekking shoes
    Functional shirt
    Snacks and full drink bottles
    Fully charged mobile phone and charger
    First aid kit
    Sun protection
    Cash
    Via ferrata laneyard
  • Starting from the region St. Johann in Tirol (Click here for driving description) follow the B176 to Griesenau and turn left at the Kaiserbachtal. Pass the toll station and follow the toll road to the parking Griesner Alm (Kaiserbachtal 6)
  • Kirchdorf i.T. Griesner Alm (Kaiserbachtal 6)

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