From Sattental, you will hike up until you reach the enclosed Lake Stierkarsee and can look down at Goldlacken - also known as “the little Klafferkesseln” and onwards through Wildlochscharte to the peak of the Hochwildstelle - one of Styria’s highest mountains.
From Sattental, you will hike along a stream up to Lake Stierkarsee. However, you will not climb up to the lake; rather, you will continue upwards to the Goldlacken (no. 26).
You will continue going uphill until reaching Goldlacken’s small valley. Once you arrive at Goldlacken, you will arrive at hiking trail no. 702, which, coming from the Breitlahn cabin, leads a short distance upwards to Trattenscharte (2,048m). Then you will cross the Wildlochscharte where the south ridge begins to form the peak of the Hochwildstelle. Here, you will begin your climb to the peak via the Blockgrat.
WARNING - only for experienced and sure-footed mountain hikers!
Heading northwest, through the little Wildstelle to the Obersee continuing towards the Hans Wödl cabin. After a brief rest, continue climbing to Styrian Lake Constance.
You can take a detour down to the Stierkarsee (1810 m).
Changes in the weather, sudden drops in temperature, wind, fog and snowfields are objective hazards and require proper measures when on the go. Hut hosts are experienced mountain experts; they can provide good tips regarding the weather or route. Insufficient equipment, overestimating one’s capabilities, carelessness, poor physical fitness, and misjudgement can lead to critical situations. In case of thunderstorms: Avoid peaks, ridges and safety ropes at all costs.
In case of emergency please dial the following emergency number: no. 140 for Mountain rescue and no. 112 - the European emergency call number
For alpine routes, the basic equipment includes a hood, gloves, a good jacket and trousers. Good, waterproof shoes, sunglasses, sun protection and plenty of drinks are essential. Flashlight, maps, knives and a small first aid box are also included.
Tour at your own risk! No liability shall be assumed for any existing or occurring Alpine hazards (weather, etc..).