Hut hopping in the Raxalpe area (Number 4: mountain station - Ottohaus - Seehuette)
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Seehütte Preinerwand RaxPhoto: Wiener Alpen in Niederösterreich, ©Wiener Alpen, Foto: www.eva-gruber.com
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Walking in the Viennese Alps should be a completely safe and beautiful experience. Therefore, please note the following:
Make sure that your choice of route matches your hiking experience and your physical condition. Check the weather forecast. In the mountains, the weather can change surprisingly quickly. For this reason, make sure you are well-equipped (e.g. bring rain protection).
Check that the huts and refreshment stations that you want to visit along the way will be open. Tell someone which route you have chosen, and when you hope to return, before you set off.
Tours of the plateau are not recommended in fog and strong winds!
Tips and hints
Raxseilbahn Berggasthof, +43/2666/52450
Neue Seehütte, +43/676/7488719
Wiener Alpen in Niederösterreich, www.wieneralpen.at, +43 / 2622 / 78960
Tourismusbüro Reichenau, www.reichenau.at, +43 / 2666 / 52865
Raxalpe, www.raxalpe.com, +43 / 2666 / 52497
By train to Payerbach-Reichenau. Buses run between Payerbach-Reichenau station and the valley station of the Rax aerial cableway. See www.vor.at for more information.
By roadA2 to Knoten Seebenstein – S6 to Gloggnitz – B27 to Hirschwang an der Rax, the valley station of the Rax aerial cableway (just outside Hirschwang)
ParkingParking spaces are available at the valley station of the Rax aerial cableway.
Author’s map recommendations
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EquipmentBring a suitable map. Wear suitable, sturdy shoes, and bring sun and rain protection, as well as water and a bite to eat. Bring your mobile phone, and save the emergency number of the mountain rescue team: 140
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