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Etappe 04 Vom Gletscher zum Wein Nordroute Bad Mitterndorf - Tauplitzalm

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Starting place: 8983 Bad Mitterndorf
Destination: 8982 Bad Mitterndorf

duration: 5h 0m
length: 14,5 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 884m
Altitude difference (downhill): 37m

Lowest point: 800m
Highest point: 1.655m
difficulty: easy
condition: difficult
panoramic view: Dreamtour

Paths covering:
Asphalt, Gravel, Hiking trail

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Von Bad Mitterndorf im Ausseerland-Salzkammergut geht es bei dieser Etappe der Wanderroute "Vom Gletscher zum Wein" auf die Tauplitzalm, die für ihren Seenreichtum bekannt ist. Der stetige Aufstieg wird mit der wunderbaren Alm- und Seenlandschaft auf der Tauplitz und Aussichten auf die umliegende Bergwelt belohnt.



Technique: ****



Quality of experience: ****



Recommended season:

  • June
  • July
  • August
  • September



Properties:

  • Round trip
  • Multi-stage route
  • Scenic
  • Refreshment stops available
  • Botanical highlights
  • Faunistic highlights

Description:

Unser Ziel, die Tauplitzalm, ist das größte Seenhochplateau Europas. Die 6 Bergseen, vom kleinen Märchensee bis zum großen Steirersee, sind kristallklar und haben Trinkwasserqualität. Dies schätzen unter anderem auch die Forellen und Saiblinge, die sich in den Gewässern tummeln. Blumenliebhaber kommen auf der Tauplitzalm ebenso auf ihre Kosten, denn die Tauplitzalm ist auch als großer Alpengarten bekannt. Angefangen von den Schneerosen, die gleich nach der Schneeschmelze blühen, über die Enzianblüte bis zur phänomenalen Alpenrosenblüte findet hier jeder Blumenfreund seine Lieblinge.



Directions:

Diese Etappe der Wanderroute "Vom Gletscher zum Wein" ist eine der wenigen, wo es wirklich nahezu durchwegs bergauf geht, jedoch von Bad Mitterndorf (Tourismusinformation Tel. +43 3623 2444) aus zunächst recht gemütlich. Erst am Ende, vom wunderschönen Öderntal auf die Tauplitzalm wird der Anstieg etwas anstrengender. Wir verlassen Bad Mitterndorf Richtung Norden und marschieren entlang eines kleinen Baches bis zu einer Weggabelung, wo wir uns links halten um ins Öderntal zu gelangen. Rechter Hand geht es bei dieser Weggabelung auch auf die Tauplitzalm (eine etwas kürzere Variante), jedoch ist der Weg übers Öderntal landschaftlich um einiges reizvoller. Immer das Tal entlang vorbei am Gehöft Kochalmbauer gelangen wir gleich nach der Albrechtshütte (Jagdhütte der Bundesforste) zu einer Wegkreuzung, wo wir uns rechts halten um weiter recht gemütlich das Öderntal entlang zu wandern. Nächste Station ist die urige Steinbrecherhütte der Familie Sonnleitner (Tel. +43 664 5195516) auf 1.200 m Seehöhe.


Ab hier beginnt nun der Anstieg auf die Tauplitzalm, der uns bei dieser Tour rund um den Lawinenstein, einen wunderschönen Aussichtsberg auf der Tauplitzalm führt. Stetig steigt der Weg hinauf auf die Alm, fallweise in Serpentinen. Auf der Alm begrüßt uns der Großsee, einer der zahlreichen Seen auf diesem wunderschönen Hochplateau. Rechter Hand der imposante Lawinenstein, ein balkonartiger Aussichtsberg mit wunderschönem Blick über das Ausseerland-Salzkammergut mit Bad Mitterndorf auf der einen und das Gebiet des Grundlsees auf der anderen Seite. Ein besonderer Moment ist aber sicherlich für uns der Blick vom Lawinenstein zurück zum Dachstein mit seinem Gletscher, unserem Startpunkt der Wanderroute "Vom Gletscher zum Wein". Am Berghang des Lawinensteins, der von der Tauplitzalm in etwa 1,5 Std. erreoichbar ist, befinden sich mehrere Schlünde und ein Wetterloch, das fast senkrecht in die Erde hinabführt. Es heißt, wirft jemand dort einen Stein hinein, so soll am selben Tag noch ein schweres Gewitter losbrechen.


Das Angebot an Übernachtungsmöglichkeiten auf der Tauplitzalm, unserem Etappenziel, reicht von der romantischen Almhütte bis zum bestens geführten Hotel (Tourismusinformation Tel. +43 3688 2446). Und allen ist neben der Gemütlichkeit eines gemein: hier werden wir auch bestens über unsere nächste Etappe zur Hochmölbinghütte beraten.



Tip:

Im Frühjahr 2018 wurden im Zuge eines Castings von einer Jury sowie den Lesern einer großen österreichischen Tageszeitung mit Martina Traisch aus dem Ennstal und Manfred Polansky aus dem Mürztal 2 „Superwanderer“ gewählt, die im Sommer die Nord- und die Südroute erwanderten. Auf www.steiermark.com/superwanderer sind ihre Erfahrungen und Erlebnisse nachzulesen: Von idealen Fotopunkten bis zu versteckten Weinkellern in Berghütten. Will man nun auf den Spuren von Martina und Manfred wandeln und auch „Superwanderer“ werden? Dies geht ganz einfach: Auf www.steiermark.com/superwanderer anmelden und im Anschluss Postings, Videos und Kommentare zu seinen Erlebnissen entlang der Wanderroute „Vom Gletscher zum Wein“ posten – ganz egal, ob die gesamte Route oder nur ein Abschnitt erwandert wird. Alle 5 Etappen winkt zudem eine kleine Belohnung!



Safety guidelines:

Notruf Bergrettung: 140


Tipp zur Notfallmeldung – Antworten auf die sechs W-Fragen geben: Was ist passiert? Wieviele Verletzte? Wo ist der Unfall passiert (eventuell GPS-Koordinaten)? Wer meldet (Rückrufnummer)? Wann ist der Unfall passiert? Wetter am Unfallort?



Equipment:
Ein richtiges Rucksackpacken macht vieles leichter: Schwere Sachen als erstes einpacken. Die Wasserflasche sollte immer gut griffbereit in einer Seitentasche sein. Alle Dinge, die oft benötigt werden wie Sonnenbrille, Fotoapparat oder Wanderkarte, gehören obenauf. Eine Notfallsausrüstung inklusive Blasenpflaster gehört in jeden Rucksack und eine Einkleidung nach dem "Zwiebelsystem" empfiehlt sich immer!

Additional information:

Wenn Sie sich einem Reiseveranstalter anvertrauen wollen, buchen Sie einfach bei Steiermark Touristik, dem offiziellen Reisebüro von Steiermark Tourismus: Tel. +43 316 4003 450, www.steiermark-touristik.com


Weitere Informationen:
Steiermark Tourismus, Tel. +43 316 4003, www.steiermark.com


Ausseerland-Salzkammergut, Tel. +43 3622 54040, www.ausseerland.at


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Starting point: Bad Mitterndorf
Destination: Tauplitzalm

further information:
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  • Board possible

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Etappe 04 Vom Gletscher zum Wein Nordroute Bad Mitterndorf - Tauplitzalm
Informationsbüro Bad Mitterndorf
Bad Mitterndorf 58
8983 Bad Mitterndorf

+43 3623 2444
+43 3623 2444 - 4
info.badmitterndorf@ausseerland.at
www.ausseerland.at
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Tour-Details

Starting place: 8983 Bad Mitterndorf
Destination: 8982 Bad Mitterndorf

duration: 5h 0m
length: 14,5 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 884m
Altitude difference (downhill): 37m

Lowest point: 800m
Highest point: 1.655m
difficulty: easy
condition: difficult
panoramic view: Dreamtour

Paths covering:
Asphalt, Gravel, Hiking trail

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