Salzkammergut long distance hiking trail - )c= Kraft

BergeSeen Trail Stage 24

© Tourismusverband Inneres Salzkammergut - Elisabeth Grill | Stuhlalm gegen Bischofsmütze | Wandern und Wanderwege im Salzkammergut: Fernwanderwege &  Weitwanderwege “BergeSeen Trail“ bei einem Urlaub in Österreich.

From the Gablonzer Hütte to the Stuhlalm or Theodor Körner Hütte ( 1 3/4 hours)

The hike begins with the rail number 611 in direction southwest up to the northeastern Törlecksattel at an altitude of 1599m, and then flat over to the southwestern Törlecksattel, 1576m altitude. Here we hike at the trail to the Schefferbergwald and slightly up and down. Crossing the hillsides of the Donnerkogl into the Sulzkar.

We now go down to the Stuhlalm at an altitude of 1462m, here we have an unique view to the Bischofsmütze. The Theodor Körner Hütte which belongs to the alpine association is situated in the forest!

From the Stuhlalm or the Theodor Körner Hütte to the Hofpürglhütte (2 1/2 hours)

Over the alpine pastures downwards into the big Kar also called Stuhlloch.

Now we continue on the right side upwards in direction "Durchgang" it was destroyed in 2012 and thats why a new trail has been made through a field of mountain pine into a rock pipe. From there we continue up to the Jöchl, 1601m.
The Austriatrail goes in direction south and southeast and around the Leckkogl where we have a perfect view on the mighty Torstein. Shortly afterwards we reach the Hofpürglhütte.

Many prominent figures have explored this region: nobles like Archduke Johann and Empress Elisabeth, scientists such as Friedrich Simony, poets and authors like Nikolaus Lenau, painters like Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller, musicians and composers such as Johannes Brahms. Did they ever think that hiking in the Salzkammergut might have no end? That they could tramp from one lake to the next and then onward to yet another? Day by day along the shores of crystal-clear waters? Week-long excursions through quiet valley forests, over sunny alpine meadows and up mountains fuelled by the anticipation of the next destination? Further information…

Safety Tips for Hikers

Admittedly, the landscape of the UNESCO World Heritage region of Hallstatt Dachstein Salzkammergut is the absolute pinnacle for hiking fans, mountain enthusiasts and nature lovers—unforgettable tours to incredibly beautiful mountain lodges and meadows, panorama views as far as the eye can see and cherished moments that will last a lifetime! However, you should remember that while hiking you might find yourself in high-alpine terrain. We’ve put together some resources to assist you: how to best prepare for your tour, recommended items for your backpack and steps to take in an emergency situation. Remember to always play it safe and enjoy your hiking adventure in the Salzkammergut!

Warning: Closed trails
Better to know before you go

Hiking trails in the Salzkammergut can be closed for various reasons. To help you prepare for your hike, we have set up a page with current road closures in the region. This will help you get to your destination without any detours or stress. Click here to visit the page...

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Salzkammergut long distance hiking trail

© Kraft | Rast auf der Simonyhütte am Fußes des Dachsteins beim Wandern auf dem Salzkammergut Weitwanderweg

Gablonzer hut / Gablonzerhütte

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© Kraft  Wanderregion Dachstein West in Gosau

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