The tour takes place mainly in the NÖ / ST border area. You will encounter a rustic area where old trees and plants, special mushroom and animal species are very well hidden. At the Tremel, you will look into the wilderness area Dürrenstein (protected area on Lower Austria side).
Rest StopYbbstaler Hütte
Safety informationNo water along the ridge tour. Drinking water rather only to be found in the valley.
Absolute surefootedness and complete freedom from vertigo are absolutely necessary. Climbing experience is useful, insured passages must also be mastered on the descent.
Emergency call mountain rescue: 140 tips for emergency reporting - answer the six W questions: What happened? How many injured? Where did the accident happen (possibly GPS coordinates)? Who is reporting (callback number)? When did the accident happen? Weather at the scene of the accident?
Tips, hints and linksTourismusverband Gesäuse
Hauptstraße 35, 8911 Admont, Österreich
Tel. +43 (0) 3613 21160 10
Wildalpen 91 – 8924 Wildalpen Tel. 03636/241 email@example.com
Mo und Fr. 9:00-17:00
Getting thereThe journey by car to Wildalpen:
From Vienna: A1 Westautobahn exit Ybbs via Wieselburg, Scheibbs and Lunz/See to Göstling an der Ybbs, continue towards Palfau, at the Erzhalden junction turn off to Wildalpen.
From Vienna, Eisenstadt: Semmering expressway S6, near Mürzzuschlag on the B23 Mariazeller Bundesstrasse and Mürzsteg and Wegscheid to Gusswerk and on the Hochschwab Bundesstrasse B24 to Wildalpen
From Linz: A1 to Voralpenkreuz junction, A9 to Windischgarsten, Unterlaussa, Altenmarkt, Grossreifling, Palfau and Wildalpen
ParkingThe journey from Wildalpen:
Possibility 1) From the Barbara Church in Wildalpen drive in the direction of Palfau/Landl for about 5.9 km on the Hochschwab main road B 24 and turn off at the half-timbered junction and drive into the Styrian Lassingtal as far as Klaus (about 11.6 km).
Possibility2) You drive over the camping site bridge, past Camping Wildalpen and turn left into the Hopfgarten. Continue over the Hühnermauer until you come to the Rothwald turn-off, turn right there and drive approx. 6 km to Klaus.