Gipfelstürmertour "Hintermoos - Langegg - Maria Alm"
- Brief description
Beautiful and panoramic day tour to the Langegg 1.899m
- Starting point
Schwarzeckalm0.0 kmLangegg (1,899 m)3.0 kmBergstadl3.0 kmSchönanger8.4 kmMaria Alm am Steinernen Meer11.3 km
- Best season
The summit tour to the Langegg can either be started directly from Hintermoos or you can save yourself the first ascent by taking the Schwarzeckalmbahn (please note the opening hours). From the top station of the Schwarzeckalmbahn, the route follows beautiful trails up to the Lanegg 1,899m and via the Aberg back to Maria Alm. On this tour you can expect some rustic huts where it is worthwhile to stop for a break. Alternatively, you can walk back along the ascent path and return to Hintermoos either on foot or with the Schwarzeckalmbahn (last descent at 5.00 pm).
From the Hintermoos ski centre, take the Schwarzeckalm cable car up the mountain or walk up (+1h 45min /+490hm). Below the mountain station is the Thoraualm, where it is worth taking a break - after the first ascent on foot. From the top station of the Schwarzeckalm cable car, continue on trail no. 28c up to Langegg. Directly on Langegg is the Dirndlalm, where you should treat yourself to a break on the cosy sun terrace before heading back down into the valley. Trail no. 28 takes you via the Lohningeralm (not managed) to the Grießbachalm, another place to stop for refreshments, and continue along trail no. 445 to the Christernreith mountain inn.
Variants: Descent via the Steineren Mandln with trail no. 28b or return via the ascent trail.
From the Christernreith mountain inn you can take a taxi back to the valley or continue on trail no. 445 to Maria Alm.
- Highest point
- 1,892 m
- Height profile
Sturdy, ankle-high footwear
Drinks and a snack
First aid kit
- Safety instructions
Self-assessment Check your physical fitness before every mountain tour and correctly assess your strength as well as that of your companions - especially those of your children! Surefootedness and a head for heights are often very important!
Planning and preparation Plan each intended mountain tour in detail beforehand. Hiking maps and guides as well as information from alpine associations and local experts such as mountain guides and mountain hut keepers can be helpful.
Equipment On the mountain, you will need appropriate equipment and clothing, especially sturdy, high shoes with good grip soles. Weather and cold protection are essential, as the weather can often change unexpectedly.
Weather forecasts Take note of the current weather conditions at: www.zamg.at
Together Follow the 10 rules for the correct handling of grazing animals and do not leave any waste in nature!
Do not kick stones Do not kick stones as this can seriously endanger other hikers. Marked places with a danger of falling rocks should be crossed as quickly as possible and with attention and caution.
Turn back in good time This is not a disgrace, but a sign of common sense. It becomes necessary when the weather changes, fog rolls in, and also when the path is too difficult or not in good condition.
Emergency numbers: Alpine emergency call: 140
International emergency call: 122
At the Stone Mandl you might see some marmots.
- Additional information
Coming from Salzburg: Take the A10 motorway to the Bischofshofen exit, then take the B311 towards Bischofshofen. Follow the Hochkönig Bundesstraße/B164 to Maria Alm.
Coming from Innsbruck/ Kufstein: Take the Loferer Straße/B178 in the direction of St. Johann i.T., then follow the Hochkönig Bundesstraße/B164 via Saalfelden to Maria Alm.
A valid vignette is required to use the Austrian motorway and motorway network. It is also compulsory to carry a first-aid kit, warning triangle and high-visibility waistcoat. Further information can be found under Asfinag.
- Public transportation
Free parking at the ski centre Hintermoos/Schwarzeckalmbahn
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Nationalpark Hohe Tauern