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Travelling means reaching a destination; hiking means to be on the road. (Prof. Dr. Theodor Heuss)

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Dear hiking fan, In this ‚hiking guide‘, you’ll find ten of the best hiking tours in Zell am See-Kaprun. Discover the practically unspoilt Alpine world surrounding the local mountains of Kitzsteinhorn, Maiskogel, and Schmittenhöhe. You can look forward to well-kept hiking trails, breathtaking views and unforgettable experiences in nature. We have added a hiking pass to this brochure, too. Have lots of fun climbing the summits and visiting the Alpine huts of Zell am See-Kaprun. Depending on how many routes you discover, you’ll receive the bronze, silver or gold hiking needle at the end of your stay. Good luck to all the walkers! Your hiking team of Zell am See-Kaprun

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Important information for hikers

Regardless of their respective level of difficulty, all the stages of our tours ask for a minimum of fitness and in the majority of the cases a good head for heights. The trails have been divided into walking trails and mountain trails (blue, red, and black). Walking trails require neither mountain experience, nor any special equipment. The signs in the respective colours along the trails indicate the level of difficulty. The red mountains trails require sufficient fitness and a minimum of equipment for hiking in the Alpine region. At least one person in the group ought to have some experience of hiking tours in the mountains. On black mountain trails, i.e. on Alpine tours, every participant has to be sure of step and needs a good head for heights. In connection stamina and physical fitness you have to keep in mind that the height of the terrain plays an important role. People who are fit in flat country don’t necessarily have to be fit enough for a tour in the mountains. Moving from sea 4

level or lower regions to the Alpine region without taking the time to adapt properly can cause problems as well. ‚Experience of hiking tours in the mountains‘ means that you have participated in Alpine tours before and climbed to an altitude which is higher than the region where you live and above the timber line. ‚Being sure of step‘ means that you don’t have any problems moving around in regions without visible paths. ‚Having a good head for heights‘, on the other hand, can be quite subjective for every single person. Some might be fine when climbing narrow clefts while feeling uncomfortable when moving in heavily sloping areas. Others get nervous at the edge of a summit. For this reason, you should evaluate the up-coming situations beforehand by taking a thorough look at the description of the route. Before setting out on a tour, you absolutely have to plan your tour carefully and study all the available information. Get a topographical map to a scale of 1:50,000 or preferably 1:25,000 to plan your trip and don’t forget to watch the current weather forecast. Be hard on your-


self when it comes to judging your fitness! Remember that you have to act on your own responsibility! Your backpack mustn’t be too heavy. However, take enough provisions (food and drink) – water is of major importance! Furthermore your equipment must include some emergency equipment such as a first-aid kit, a mobile phone, a bivouac sack, a torch, etc. Don’t venture out into the mountains without sturdy walking shoes with deep-tread soles. Your clothing also has to be suitable for the Alpine region, which means that you have to take some protection against rain and – for regions above 1,500 metres of altitude – a woollen hat and gloves, even in the summer months. Trekking poles come in handy for the ascent and descent. And don’t forget a sleeping bag in case you stay overnight in a hut. The walking times indicated for the tours are an average. The specifications, especially regarding the level of difficulty, apply in good weather. When rain or snow is falling, when the ground is wet or when there is fog, the level of difficulty can increase immensely.

On mountain trails you always have to be prepared to face Alpine risks and dangers. Therefore you should definitely check the relevant literature.

Important phone numbers: Emergency call: 112 (Dial 112 instead of the pin code and your mobile phone will automatically search for the best net.) Mountain rescue service: 140 Rescue service: 144 Weather forecast for the Alpine region: Special service – personal counselling: +43 (0)512 291600 Mondays to Saturdays from 1 pm to 6 pm meteorologists trained as mountain guides are glad to answer your questions. If you would like to get some information beforehand on the Internet, we can recommend the following links: www.bergsteigen.at Category ‚Weather‘ www.alpenverein.at Category ‚Service‘ Menu item ‚Weather‘

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Technical difficulty

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Demands the hikers must meet

Hiking trail

• easily accessible path • wide trails with only little inclination

• no experience or mountain equipment needed

Red mountain trail

• average difficulty, many narrow and steep stretches • some short, secured climbing stretches

• Alpine experience needed • physical fitness required • being secure of step • minimum of Alpine equipment

Black mountain trail

• difficult, narrow, almost always steep, often no path visible • secured climbing stretches over longer distances

• thorough Alpine experience • good physical fitness • secure of step and a good head for heights • complete Alpine equipment


Level of difficulty Course: here we give you the starting and the end point of the trail and any stops along the way that might be important. Classification: hiking trails (blue), mountain trails (red) or Alpine mountain tours (black): here you’ll find the level of difficulty according to the official guide lines. Metres of altitude: this is the overall number of metres of altitude which have to be conquered on the ascent or the descent. It doesn’t include the metres of altitude which are covered by cable car, bus or train.

Source: Adlerweg (2007)

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Walking time: the times given refer to the net walking time – long breaks to take a rest or visit a sight are not included. The time spent on possible trips by bus, train or aboard cable cars has to be added, too.   Kilometres: this is the overall number of the kilometres to be walked. It doesn’t include the kilometres which are covered by cable car, bus or train.

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Sisi's Circular Path

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Following the traces of Empress Sisi More than 120 years ago our empress took a stroll on Schmittenhöhe to watch the sunrise. In the unique Elisabeth Chapel, you find photos and a signed picture of the empress. From the Elisabeth Chapel you head toward the Panorama mountain restaurant. After about 200 metres in the south eastern direction, you arrive at another stop on Sisi’s way: some presentation boards. Downhill from the mountain station on Schmittenhöhe, you follow the traces of Empress Sisi framed by the extraordinary panorama of more than 30 mountains rising to an altitude of more than 3,000 metres. After about 30 minutes you arrive back at your starting point at the Elisabeth Chapel. Discover the story behind Sisi’s stroll and let her take you to the imperial world long gone.

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Fitness: * Suitable for families: yes Technique: * Demanding: no Experience value: ***** Public Transport: yes Starting point: Schmittenhöhe mountain station at 2,000 metres Transport: Car or bus to the valley station of Schmittenhöhebahn (oldest cable railway in the province of Salzburg) End point: Schmittenhöhe mountain station at 2,000 metres Refreshments: Berghotel Schmittenhöhe and Schmitten Café Parking: Schmittenhöhe valley station Bus transfer: Shuttle service betw. Zell am See and Kaprun half-hourly. Change buses in Postplatz square in Zell am See

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Guggenhöhenweg

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Around Kaprun From Kaprun town hall, you follow Imbachstraße eastwards to the snack bar Guggenbichl. You can stop there for refreshments, some Pinzgau delicacies and a look at the farmyard, before the path climbs the mountains. First you cross a ditch and then the gradually ascending serpentine path leads you eastwards through mixed woodlands in flat territory. The serpentine trail then passes through young woods and an alder forest to lead you downhill again to the castle to Schlossstraße bringing you back to the town centre.

Information:

Tour classification:

Fitness: ** Suitable for families: yes Technique: ** Demanding: no Experience value: **** Public Transport: yes Starting point: Kaprun town hall Transport: Car or bus End point: Town centre Kaprun Refreshments: Snack bar Guggenbichl Parking: Car park near the Baumbar at the entrance of the town Bus transfer: Shuttle service betw. Zell am See a. Kaprun half-hourly.

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No. 30

2,5 h

120 Metres of altitude

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3 Maurerkogel

Circular path on Schmittenhöhe The walk starts on Schmittenhöhe. You follow the path downhill to Kettingtörl along the Hahnkopf lift, Kettingkopf, and the junction to the trail of the Pinzgau Stroll just below the ridge. After a 15-minute walk you reach the junction leading to Maurerkogel. Heading northwest on the path along the ridge, which grants you a fabulous view of the Hohe Tauern Mountain Range, the Northern Limestone Alps, and the Wilder Kaiser Mountain Range, you come to the summit of Maurerkogel. You can sign the guest book at the summit before turning southwest towards Hochsonnbergalm. This Alpine pasture displays the typical rustic character of the region (home-made natural products, snack bar at the Alpine hut, cheese making). On your way back, you follow the path of the Pinzgau Stroll (trail number 719) to Schmittenhöhe. You can stop for refreshments at Pinzgauer Hütte (follow the signs). www.schmitten.at

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Fitness: *** Suitable for families: no Technique: *** Demanding: yes Experience value: ******* Public Transport: yes Starting point: Schmittenhöhe mountain station at 2,000 metres Transport: Car or bus to the valley station of Schmittenhöhebahn End point: Schmittenhöhe mountain station at 2,000 metres Refreshments: Hochsonnbergalm, Berghotel Schmittenhöhe, Schmitten Café, Pinzgauer Hütte Parking: Schmittenhöhe valley station Bus transfer: Shuttle service betw. Zell am See a. Kaprun half-hourly. Change buses in Postplatz square in Zell am See *During the course of this hiking tour you’ll leave the road network of Zell am See. For this reason, the trail doesn’t have a number.

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Jausenstation Pfefferbauer

The Pfefferbauer is situated 100 m above the Zell am See and offers its guests a marvelous view over the town of Zell am See and the mountain world of the Pinzgau. It is the ideal starting point for numerous walks and smaller hiking tours. On our sun terrace, with the panoramic view, we serve traditional cuisine and regional dishes; in doing so, we use local farming products which aro also on sale for guests to take home. On the 3rd Sunday of each month there is a musical session at Pfefferbauer, at which musicians and listeners who love regional folk music are equally welcome.

Jausenstation Pfefferbauer • Monika Pfeffer • Einöd 70 5700 Zell am See • phone +43 (0) 6542-73450, +43 (0) 664-5126990 info@pfefferbauer.com • www.pfefferbauer.com Open on weekends (Fri. – Sun., holidays) April – June and Mid-Oct. – December, closed on Mondays from July – Mitte Okt.

Gleiwitzer Hütte

Visit us at our cottage on a hight of 2,176 m – open from June 5th Overnight accommodation – traditional food Opportunities to hike: Imbachhorn, Hoher Tenn, Rettenzink, Loop trail from Fusch to Kaprun Tel. +43 (0)664 92 94 989 • www.gleiwitzerhuette.at


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15 9am - 7pm | Gletschershop Kitzsteinhorn Alpincenter: 06547/8621-360, daily from 8.30am – 4.30pm

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Ebenbergalmweg

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Keilberg – Bergheim – Ebenbergalm This walk starts at the restaurant ‚Dorfschenke‘ in Zell am See/Schüttdorf. From there you head uphill on the street leading to Keilberg. After about 15 minutes trail no. 52 leads you through the woods towards Zell am See, past the Bergheim apartments to Ebenbergalm Alpine Hut – taste some local culinary delights and enjoy the view of Zell am See. Going downhill you arrive in the town centre of Zell am See after about 30 minutes. On your way to Zell you should definitely stop at the Aubauer, the farm of the Pichler family. There, you are pampered with home-made products, can take refreshments, or buy something at the ex-farm sale.

Information:

Tour classification:

Fitness: ** Suitable for families: no Technique: *** Demanding: yes Experience value: **** Public Transport: yes Starting point: Schüttdorf at the restaurant ‚Dorfschenke‘ Transport: Taxi, car or bus (stop Areitalm), since Schüttdorf is not the terminus End point: Town centre of Zell am See (along the lakeside prome nade you reach Schüttdorf within 35 minutes) Refreshments: Ebenbergalm Alpine Hut, Aubauer Farm Parking: Car park at Areitbahn Bus transfer: Shuttle service betw. Zell am See a. Kaprun half-hourly. 16


No. 52

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Jetzbachastensteig

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At the feet of the Mooserboden reservoirs The steep path of Jetzbachastensteig to the Glocknerblick inn passes across Jetzbachbrücke bridge up to Augut farm and Schneckenreith mountain hut. Here you can taste local products like the home-made cheese which is so typical for Pinzgau. Following the road uphill you find the beginning of the steep path taking you through high forest and deciduous woodland up the mountain to the ‚Ast’n‘. From there, it is not far anymore to the Alpine inn of Glocknerblick where you can stop for refreshments and enjoy the breathtaking view of the Mooserboden reservoirs. Once there, you definitely have deserved a ‚Brettljause‘, which is a hearty cold snack served on a wooden plate (Brettl). A nice way down passes Heli’s Maiskogelalmhütte Alpine hut with a petting zoo for children and takes you to the centre of Kaprun via Forststrasse street on Schaufelberg. If you feel hungry on your way to the valley, you can stop for refreshments at the restaurant Stangerbauer or Weisssteinalm mountain inn. 20 minutes before reaching your final destination you shouldn’t miss the opportunity to stop at the Unteraigen inn where you can taste local products and homemade schnapps. We are sure you’ll arrive in Kaprun in high ‚spirits‘.

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Fitness: **** Suitable for families: no Technique: **** Demanding: yes Experience value: ****** Public Transport: yes Walking time:  Approx. 3 h,  approx. 2.5 h via Heli’s Maiskogelalm hütte Alpine hut (Maiskogelbahn cable car takes you to the valley until 5 pm) Starting point: Jetzbachbrücke bridge Transport: Bus (bus stop at Künstleralm Inn), or car since Jetzbach brücke bridge is not the end point End point: Town centre of Kaprun Refreshments: Schneckenreith mountain hut, Alpine inn Glocknerblick, Heli’s Maiskogelalmhütte Alpine hut, restaurant Stangerbauer, Weißsteinalm, restaurant Unteraigen Parking: Klammsee lake Bus transfer: Shuttle service betw. Zell am See an. Kaprun half-hourly. 19


The Alpine pastures of Ebmatten-Fürthermoaralm

are located between the reservoirs of Mooserboden and Wasserfallboden surrounded by ten 3,000-metre summits. Having strolled across the lush green meadows where 140 cattle and 700 sheep are grazing, you’ll know to appreciate the products of Fürthermoaralm: butter, cheese, yoghurt, milk, buttermilk, bacon, sausages, bread, and schnapps. The pasture museum (the old Alpine hut dates from the 18th century) is well worth a visit, too. There, you can take a step back in time and see how the Alpine herdsmen and dairymen used to live. If you’d like to stop for prayer, you are very welcome at our chapel. For our small guests, we have a petting zoo and a playground. And of course, you can stay overnight in one of the idyllic rooms or the dormitory. Ebmatten-Fürthermoaralm Family Aberger • A-5710 Kaprun, PO box2 Phone hut: +43 (0) 6547-7158 23435 • Farm: +43 (0) 6549-7208 E-Mail: office@fuerthermoar.at • www.fuerthermoar.at 20


Excursion to the water reservoirs. Experience nature and technology!

Kaprun Alpine Reservoirs Unforgettable impressions! With Europe´s largest open inclined elevator you will reach a breathtaking world of high mountains. Enjoy nature and engineering. The sensory world of electricity and ice and a guided tour of the dam wall complete your excursion programme. Opening hours end of May – mid September Daily from 8.10 am – 4.45 pm

Information VERBUND Tourismus GmbH T +43 (0)50 313 23 201 E tourismus@verbund.com www.verbund.com/tourismus

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Mooserboden - Kapruner Törl - Rudolfshütte Nr. 718 From the Mooserboden make your way along the eastern side of the reservoir. The same path up to the Riffltor and, instead of turning left, continue along the path until the Karlingerbach river crosses it. From here, the path continues up to the Kapruner Törl. Now make your way from the Törl descending again to beneath the Unteren Rifflkeeses and further on to the Hinteren Ochsenflecke. From here, cross over the river and continue along the path towards the east. The Rudolfhütte is reached by crossing over stone steps. The hut is open from the middle of June to the end of September offering comfortable rooms for an over-night stay (www.alpinzentrum-rudolfshuette.at). From this point, you either start your way down to the Alpine inn of Enzingerboden or take the Weisssee Gletscherbahn cable car, which is in service in the summer months from 9:30 am to 5 pm, and get a bus or taxi to take you to Kaprun or Zell am See.

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Fitness: ****** Suitable for families: no Technique: ***** Demanding: yes Experience value: ****** Public Transport: yes Walking time: 9 h (7 h if you take the cable car to the valley) Character: Alpine mountain tour (black) Starting point: Mountain inn at Mooserboden or the church Heid nische Kirche near the dam of Moserboden reservoir Transport: Bus since Mooserboden valley station is not end point End point: Alpine inn at Enzinger Boden Refreshments: Fürthermoaralm, Alpine restaurant at Mooserboden, Hotel Rudolfshütte Bus transfer: Shuttle service betw. Zell am See a. Kaprun half-hourly. For the way back we recommend a taxi. 24

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No. 716

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Jägersteig - „Schmidolins Feuertaufe“

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The trail starts at the cityXpress mountain station and gradually ascends to open pastures (hiking trails to Schmittenhöhe nos. 50 and 56). After a short distance the Jägersteig path (trail no. 56) turns into the woods on your left. This is an ideal trail for the entire family at about 1,400 metres above sea level. The hike takes you along romantic, shady forest paths to Glocknerwiese meadows. Once there, you head south to the Areitbahn mountain station. In the area of the Jägersteig route, the New-Experience Family Trail known as „Schmidolin’s baptism of fire“ is located, with a wide variety of stations to test your nimbleness, adroitness and dexterity. This summer many brand new stations. For more information see www.schmitten.at or ask at one of the base terminal stations. 474 __ 1

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No. 56

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Fitness: * Suitable for families: yes Technique: ** Demanding: no Experience value: **** Public Transport: yes Walking time: 0.5 h on Jägersteig path; 1.5 h to the half-way station; 2 h to hike from Areitbahn mountain station to Zell am See / Schüttdorf / Salomon Station (Maiskogelbahn cable car takes you to the valley until 5 pm) Starting point: cityXpress mountain station Transport: bus to cityXpress valley station and ascent by cable car (you can also conquer this stretch on foot along the new Schmittenhöhe trail no.50; approx. 1.5 h), or car since trassXpress valley station is not the end point End point: Areitbahn mountain station (the cable car takes you down to Zell am See) or you can choose to hike down to Zell, which takes about 2 h Refreshments: Areitalm Alpine inn Bus transfer: Shuttle service betw. Zell am See a. Kaprun half-hourly. 27


High altitude promenade

MOUNTAIN YOGA

HIGHLIGHTS SUMMER 2011

schmitten.at Discgolf

schmitten.at

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Alpengasthaus Glocknerblick The unique location of the Glocknerblick has often been described as the most beautiful in the Alps. The impressive panorama extends from the GroĂ&#x;glockner, the highest mountain in Austria at 3,798 m, to the Dachstein range, the HochkĂśnig and further on to the Steinernen Meer with the Watzmann. This ideal family excursion point can be easily reached by various hiking paths and is only 20 minutes from the top station of the Maiskogel. Stefan Eder, the mountain guide, is very happy to give you information about the possibility of different tours or simply allow yourself to be spoilt by our homemade specialities. Alpengasthaus Glocknerblick Stefan and Christine Eder phone +43 (0) 664-8206000 Open from Beginning of June till the end of September

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maisi-tips: Ride the Maiskogelbahn up, take a 30-min hike to the Unterbergalm, and enjoy hearty traditional Pinzgau favorites. Petting zoo: right next to the sunny terrace of Heli`s Maiskogel-Alm Live music: every Sunday at Heli`s Maiskogel-Alm Free guided hikes from monday till friday with our trained guideWilli (preorder by phone kindly requested). +43 (0)6547 20113 www.maiskogel.at

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Höhenpromenade – Sonnalm – Schmittenhöhe

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Variant 1 A bus will take you to the car park of Schmittenhöhebahn AG. On the perfectly developed trail of Sonnkogelweg (no. 64) you pass the Alpine Resort Hotel Schwebebahn and the restaurant and guesthouse Farchenegg. The path quickly ascends and grants you impressive views of Zell am See and Lake Zell. After about 0.5 h you arrive at Jaga-Alm mountain inn and after another hour at mountain hotel Blaickner’s Sonnalm (situated next to the mountain railways station of Sonnenalmbahn). Schiedhofalm mountain inn is located at the end of several serpentines. The mountain of Sonnkogel is at a walking distance of a mere 40 minutes. At the inn of Sonnkogel, you turn into the adventure trail of Höhenpromenade (no. 68). The high altitude promenade was redesigned in 2010. Lots of information boards, panorama platforms, long distance telescopes and surprises along the way will open new views of the Schmitten to visitors. It passes the mountain of Salersbachköpfl and the lower part of the mountain ridge before leading along the pastures of Hochzelleralm to the Schmittenhöhe mountain station at 1,965 metres of altitude. There, you can enjoy the view of 30 summits of more than 3,000 metres of altitude and of Elisabeth Chapel. We can recommend the Schmitten Café and the mountain hotel if you like to stop for refreshment. (The Schmittenhöhebahn cable car offers ascent and descent.) The hiking tour continues along the mountain ridge downhill to Kettingalm pasture (no. 719 - Pinzgau Stroll). Keep following the signs to Pfaffenkendelsteig (no. 69; over-night stay possible at Pinzgauer Hütte Alpine hut) for 1.5 kilometres to get to Schmittenhöheweg (trail no. 50) or Areitweg (trail no. 56A, 51). You can take either of these trails down into the valley or choose between the cityXpress and Areitbahn to drop you off in the centre of Zell am See or Schüttdorf respectively. 32


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Variant 2 a) Ascending on the Sonnenalmbahn cable car reduces the walking time by 1.5 h. b) Ascending on the Sonnenalmbahn cable car and continuing with Sonnkogelbahn reduces the walking time by 3.5 h.

Variant 3 a) Ascending on the Sonnenalmbahn cable car reduces the walking time by 4 h. b) Descending on the Schmittenhöhebahn reduces the walking time by 3.5 h. Tip: every Sunday from June 26th to August 28th 2011 a hiking tour along the mountain range to the mountain of Sonnkogel is offered in the company of the Elisabeth Band. www.schmitten.at

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Fitness: ****** Suitable for families: yes Technique: **** Demanding: yes Experience value: ****** Public Transport: yes Walking time: 7.5 to 8 h (6.5 h if you take the cable car to the valley) Character: Mountain tour (red) Starting point: Schmittenhöhebahn/Sonnenalmbahn valley station Transport: bus End point: cityXpress valley station (town centre of Zell am See) or Areitbahn valley station (Schüttdorf) Refreshments: Restaurant Farchenegg, Blaickner’s Sonnalm, Schmied hofalm, Sonnkogel Restaurant, Hochzelleralm, Schmitten Café and Berghotel, Areit Alm, Pinzgauer Hütte Bus transfer: Shuttle service betw. Zell am See a. Kaprun half-hourly. 33


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Variant 1 From Berggasthof Mitterberg, you follow the broad forest road to a small and narrow path through the woods up to Schwalbenwand mountain. Along the mountain ridge you come to the peak of Schönwiesenkopf. There, you can decide to descend to Schützingalm (closed in summer 2011), a traditional mountain inn offering local delicacies. Afterwards one begins the descent back to the starting point Of course, you can begin the hike from Thumersbach as well. Walking to the Berggasthof Mitterberg takes you about another two hours. Walking time: 5 h

Variant 2 After a snack at the inn at Schönwieskopf (kilometre 7) you continue on the mountain ridge until reaching Hundstein and the inn called Statzerhaus. There you turn back to the starting point. Walking time: 7 h

Variant 3 If on arriving at Hundstein (kilometre 11), you don’t feel like heading downhill the same day, you can stay overnight at Statzerhaus. After a rich breakfast at sunrise the descent to the valley is just a piece of cake. Walking time: 4 h ascent, 4 h descent

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Come to the Krefelder Hütte Alpine hut!

From Hotel Wüstlau, you hike to Krefelder Hütte Alpine hut passing Salzburger Hütte Alpine hut. A trail starting at Naturhotel Steiner leads you westwards across a bridge up to Hinterwallberg to the pastures of Ederalm and further on to Salzburger Hütte Alpine hut passing the cirque and brook of Grubbach (during the summer months the Alpine hut is serviced and you can stay overnight in a dormitory). From Ederalm, you head southeast past Geissstein up to Krefelder Hütte (hut serviced, over-night stay possible in rooms or dormitory). From there, you reach the Alpincenter at 2,450 metres of altitude after another 20-minute walk.

‚Alexander Enzinger Trail‘ to the mighty summits

From Krefelder Hütte Alpine hut (4 h) you set out to Stangerhöhe mountain passing the cirque of the brook of Grubbach located right below Lakarschneid and Triskogel mountains. The next stages are Schoppbachhöhe (2,069 metres of altitude), Dreiwallnerhöhe, and Tröglerköpfel. From there, you head downhill to the mountain inn at Glocknerblick and after another 20-minutes walk you come to the mountain station of Maiskogel and Heli’s Maiskogelalmhütte Alpine hut (petting zoo for children). Until 5 pm you can take Maiskogelbahn cable car down to Kaprun. If you decide to descend on foot, it will take you about two hours. Walking time: 4 or 6 hours respectively.

Variante 1: ascent with the Kitzsteinhornbahnen You take one of the cable cars of Kitzsteinhornbahnen Kaprun up to the Alpincenter or the summit station. When you are on the summit, descend with the cable car to the Alpincenter where trail no. 5 (Alexander Enzinger Trail) starts. Following it, you come to 44


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Variant 2: everything in one day

Starting point is Hotel Wüstlau. Then you set out up the mountain to Krefelder Hütte Alpine hut (trail No. 711) and continue on Alexander Enzinger Trail (trail no. 5) until you reach the Alpine hut on Maiskogel. The tour starts at 7 am. Walking time: 9 h if you take the cable car of Maiskogelbahn down to the valley until 5 pm.

Variant 3: two days with an overnight stay

You stay overnight at Krefelder Hütte or Salzburger Hütte (starting point Hotel Wüstlau, climbing the mountain on trail no. 711). Taking lunch and accommodation in one of the rooms or the dormitory (walking time approx. 4.5 h). Hike to the Alpincenter at 2,450 metres of altitude. There you board the cable car to the summit at 3,029 metres of altitude (www.kitzsteinhorn.at). After the descent you return to the hut where you stay overnight. After a rich breakfast at sunrise you set out towards the valley on Alexander Enzinger Trail (trail no. 5) to Maiskogelbahn mountain station. Walking time first day: 5 h. Walking time second day: 4 h (descent with the Maiskogelbahn until 5 pm) or 6 h (walk down). Another idea for a tour: from the Alpincenter you can take an Alpine trail following the wind gap Kammerscharte to the mountain reservoirs of Mooserboden and Limbergsperre dam. 45


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The Krefelder Hütte

The traditional over 100-year old Krefelder Hütte is picturesquely located beneath the peak of the famous mountain “Kitzsteinhorn”, a short distance between the alpine centre and Langwiedboden. The cottage is also accessible for ramblers taking the Alexander-Enzinger-Weg or Krefelder-Hütten-Weg. In summer months the lodge is a great spot to start hill walks and mountain tours of all different degrees of difficulties. Families, groups and even novices love taking the Krefelder Hütte as a beautiful stop-off for their excursions. During winter month our cozy lodge, situated right on the slopes, provides the ideal accommodation for all winter activities! Come and enjoy our whole variety of delicious homemade Austrian dishes and snacks. Relax in the snug hospitality of your hosts, the Strolz’ family. We would be delighted to serve you Austrian homely food at any time of the day and offer accommodation at reasonable pricing. Krefelder Hütte • Fam. Christian Strolz Kitzsteinhorn 30 • A-5710 Kaprun • Tel: +43 (0) 6547-7780 Open: July and August and November until May info@krefelderhuette.com • www.krefelderhuette.com 49


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Hoher Tenn 3368 m

Maurerkogel 2995 m

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Gr. Wiesbachhorn 3564 m

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Bell Ronachkopf 1326 m 37 Enzianhütte Hundstein 2117 m 38

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miedinger 26 m

Großvenediger 3674 m

er Scharte Stubachtal Lakarscharte 2488 m Richtung Niedernsill

allner-Höhe 859 m

Breiteck 1900 m

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Schmittenhöhe 2000 m

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All mountain huts at a glance 1

Gleiwitzerh端tte 2,176 m

Open from June 5th to October 2nd 2011 phone +43 (0)664 929 49 89 over-night stay possible 2

Heinrich Schwaiger Haus 2,802 m

Due to construction works closed in summer 2011.

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Bergrestaurant Mooserboden 2,040 m

Open from May 27th to Sept. 18th 2011, daily phone +43 (0)6547 8458 4

EbmattenF端rthermoaralm 1,793 m

Open from Beginning of June till Mid-Sept. 2011 phone +43 (0)6547 7158 23435 or 06549 7208 over-night stay possible 52


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Kesselfall Alpenhaus 1,034 m

Open from the beginning of June till the beginning of October daily, over-night stay possible phone +43 (0)664 925 28 28 6

Jausenstation & Pension Guggenbichl 865 m

Open from Beginning of July till end of September, closed on Mondays phone +43 (0)6547 8578 over-night stay possible 7

Klammseestüberl 850 m

Open from May 7th to September 25th 2011 Täglich Tel. +43 (0)5 0313 23201 8

Gipfel Restaurant 3,029 m

Open from May 9th to Juli 2nd 2011 daily from 9.00 am – 4.15 pm phone +43 (0)6547 8621 53


All mountain huts at a glance 9

Bergrestaurant Gletschermühle 2,452 m

Open from Mai 1st to Juni 14th 2011 daily from 9.00 am – 4.15 pm phone +43 (0)6547 8621 10

Krefelderhütte 2,295 m

Open from Beginning of July till the end of Aug. phone +43 (0)6547 7780 over-night stay possible 11

Häuslalm 1,976 m

Open from Beginning of July till Mid-Sept. phone +43 (0)6547 7024

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Salzburger Hütte 1,860 m

Open from Mid-June till the end of September phone +43 (0)664 373 45 87 or 06549 7349 over-night stay possible 54


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Ederalm 1,420 m

Open from Mid-June till the beginning of Sept. phone +43 (0)664 391 85 77 or +43 (0)664 391 87 27 14

Almwirtschaft Schneckenreith 920 m

Open from Mid-May – beginning of Oct., daily, phone +43 (0)664 2524469 or +43 (0)664 5126999 over-night stay possible 15

Alpengasthaus Glocknerblick 1,670 m

Open from Beginning of June till the end of Sept., phone +43 (0)664 820 60 00 16

Maiskogelalm „Heli’s Hütte“ 1,540 m

Open from Beginning of May till the end of Oct. phone +43 (0)676 527 57 40 55


All mountain huts at a glance 17

Unterbergalm 1,570 m

Open from Mid/End of June till the end of September phone +43 (0)6549 7376 or +43 (0)664 442 76 66 18

Saulochalm 1,558 m

Open from Mid/End of May till Mid-October Closed on Mondays! phone +43 (0)664 226 13 12 19

Jausenstation Stangerbauer 1,100 m

Open from July 1st till Mid-Sept., daily, else on request! phone +43 (0)6547 8804 over-night stay possible 20

Jausenstation Unteraigen ca. 860 m

Open from daily till ca. Mid-September phone +43 (0)6547 7277 over-night stay possible 56


21

Schober Alm 1,100 m

Open year round daily from 11.00 pm phone +43 (0)6542 55777


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Areitalm 1,400 m

Open from June 11th to September 18th 2011 Closed on Tuesdays phone +43 (0)6542 57177 23

Glocknerhaus ca. 1,600 m

Closed in summer 2011.

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Gasthof Mittelstation 1,411 m

Open from Mid-June till Mid-September on request, phone +43 (0)6542 72356 57


All mountain huts at a glance 25

Ebenbergalm 996 m

Open year round phone +43 (0)664 351 23 07

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Schmitten CafĂŠ 1,965 m

Open from Mai 14th to Odtober 16th 2011 daily phone +43 (0)6542 789-120 27

Hochsonnbergalm 1,841 m

Open from Beginning of June till the end of Sept. phone +43 (0)664 545 55 68 or 0664 281 90 53 28

Hochzeller Alm 1,960 m

Open from Mid-May till Mid-October from 9.00 am – 5.00 pm phone +43 (0)664 281 08 74 58


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Pinzgauer H端tte 1,704 m

Open from June 1st to October 16th 2011 phone +43 (0)6549 7861 over-night stay possible 30

Kettingalm 1,800 m

Closed in summer 2011.

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Sonnkogel Bergrestaurant 1,850 m

Open from Juni 11th to September 18th 2011 New: playground near the restaurant, phone +43 (0)6542 789-120 32

Schmiedhofalm 1,730 m

Open from Mid-June till the end of October Closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays phone +43 (0)664 182 62 90 59


All mountain huts at a glance 33

Berghotel Blaickner’s Sonnalm 1,400 m

Open from Mid-June till Mid-September, daily from 9.00 am – 5.00 pm phone +43 (0)6542 73262 over-night stay possible 34

Berghotel Jagaalm 1,120 m

Open from May 28th to October 16th 2011 daily from 11.00 am – 8.00 pm phone +43 (0)6542 72969 over-night stay possible 35

Jausenstation Pfefferbauer 900 m

Open from April till June and from Mid-Oct. till Dez. on weekends July till Mid-Oct. closed on Mondays phone +43 (0)664 512 69 90 over-night stay possible 36

Berggasthaus Hasling ca. 870 m

Open from Easter till October Closed on Wednesdays phone +43 (0)6542 56617 60


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Enzianh端tte 1,300 m

Open from Beginning of May till the end of October phone +43 (0)664 321 24 50 38

Statzerhaus 2,117 m

Open from End of May till the end of October phone +43 (0)6542 74438 or +43 (0)664 144 59 52 over-night stay possible 39

Berggasthof Mitterberg 1,200 m

Open daily till the end of Oktober phone +43 (0)6542 72493 over-night stay possible 40

Sch端tzingalm 1,250 m

Closed in summer 2011.

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Stamps for the hiking needle, which you can get in

No. 4 EbmattenFürthermoaralm

No. 6 Guggenbichl

No. 14 Almwirtschaft Schneckenreith

No. 33 Berghotel Blaickner’s Sonnalm

No. 3 Bergrestaurant Mooserboden

No. 15 Gasthaus Glocknerblick

No. 35 Jausenstation Pfefferbauer

No. 39 Berggasthof Mitterberg

No. 10 Krefelder Hütte

Key: The level of difficulty of the trail determines the number of points:

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Blue stamp 1 point

Red stamp 3 points

Black stamp 5 points

Hiking needle gold 40 points

Hiking needle silver 30 points

Hiking needle bronze 20 points


the Zell am See or Kaprun Information!

No. 16 Maiskogelalm Heli’s Hütte

No. 20 Jausenstation Unteraigen

No. 22 Areit Alm

No. 25 Ebenbergalm

No. 29 Pinzgauer Hütte

No. 32 Schmiedhofalm

No. 12 Salzburger Hütte

No. 27 Hochsonnbergalm

No. 38 Statzerhaus

Imprint: Editor: Zell am See-Kaprun Tourism GmbH, www.zellamsee-kaprun.com, concept and graphics: Christian Nindl Grafik Design GmbH, 2011, www.nindlgrafik.at, photos: Gletscherbahnen Kaprun AG, Schmittenhöhebahnen AG, Zell am See-Kaprun Archiv, listed guesthouses and mountain huts, www.alpenverein-muenchen-oberland.de

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