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Etappe 05 Vom Gletscher zum Wein Nordroute Tauplitzalm - Hochmölbinghütte

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Starting place: 8982 Bad Mitterndorf
Destination: 8942 Wörschach

duration: 6h 0m
length: 14,4 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 681m
Altitude difference (downhill): 647m

Lowest point: 1.392m
Highest point: 1.764m
difficulty: easy
condition: medium
panoramic view: Dreamtour

Paths covering:
Asphalt, Gravel, Hiking trail

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Short description:

Auf einem Teilabschnitt des Weitwanderweges 09, dem Salzsteig, führt die Route durch den südlichen Teil des Toten Gebirges bis ins Ennstal. Zu Beginn steht die Überquerung der Tauplitzalm am Programm und somit der Besuch des größten Seenhochplateaus Europas. Am Ende erwartet uns die Hochmölbinghütte mit ihrer wunderschönen Lage oberhalb des Ennstales.



Technique: ***



Quality of experience: ******



Recommended season:

  • June
  • July
  • August
  • September



Properties:

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

Description:
Der Weg durch das Tote Gebirge ist ein wunderschöner Gegensatz zur Überquerung der Tauplitzalm mit ihren zahlreichen Seen zu Beginn der Tour. Der Name leitet sich vermutlich von der stark verkarsteten und großteils vegetationslosen Hochfläche ab. Das Tote Gebirge ist im Westen niedriger, hier gibt es in Hochtälern zwischen 1.400 und 1.600 m Seehöhe durch Kiefern, Lärchen und Zirben geprägten Bergwald. Nach Osten zu werden die Berge höher und vegetationsärmer. Die Wassermassen, die sich durch Regen- oder Schneefall ergeben, versickern rasch im Karstsystem, sodass das Gebirge als wasserarm gilt.

Directions:

Zu Beginn wandern wir am Tauplitzsee vorbei Richtung Osten und entfernen uns somit immer mehr vom regen Treiben im Zentrum der Tauplitzalm. Kurz vor dem Steirersee sollten wir einen Abstecher zu einem der schönsten Plätze in der Steiermark machen, zum Steirerbankerl oberhalb des Sees. Nachdem wir diesen beliebten Fotopunkt besucht haben geht es an den Steirerseehütten und dem gleichnamigen See vorbei um bald zum nächsten und östlichsten See der Tauplitzalm zu gelangen, dem Schwarzensee. Seinen Namen erhielt der See vermutlich deshalb, weil bei wolkigem Wetter oder bei herannahendem Gewitter die Wasseroberfläche extrem dunkel wird.


Über die Leistalmhütte, wo wir uns geradeaus halten, die Interhüttenalm und die Hanslhütte führt uns diese Etappe der Wanderroute "Vom Gletscher zum Wein" weiter Richtung Wörschach (Tourismusinformation Tel. +43 3682 23999) zur Hochmölbinghütte auf der Niederhüttenalm. Wie dieser Wegverlauf schon zeigt führt der Großteil der Route über wunderschöne Almböden. Und das Beste daran: auch die Höhenmeter halten sich in Grenzen, denn dieser Abschnitt von der Tauplitzalm bis zur Hochmölbinghütte (Tel. +43 676 9003909) liegt immer zwischen einer Seehöhe von 1.409 und 1.759 m. Nch der Ankunft in der Hütte ist einmal eine Stärkung angesagt, und nachdem man es sich gemütlich gemacht hat, kann auch die Planung für die nächste Etappe nach Wörschach losgehen.



Tip:

Auf der Tauplitzalm verbringen zahlreiche Weitwanderer auch gerne noch den einen oder anderen Zusatztag, da dieses Seenplateau mit seinen zahlreichen Attraktionen wie der 6-Seen-Wanderung oder einen Aufstieg auf die Aussichtsberge Lawinenstein oder Großes Tragl ein besonders attraktiver Zwischenstopp ist.



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


Die Steiermark Touren App, die gratis auf Google Play und im App Store zur Verfügung steht (Android, iOS), bietet detaillierte Informationen aus erster Hand: Shortfacts (Länge, Dauer, Schwierigkeit, Aufstieg und Abstieg in Höhenmetern, Bewertungen), Karte, Wegbeschreibungen, Höhenmesser, Kompass, Gipfelfinder, Navigation entlang der Tour. Zudem kann man seine persönliche Favoritenliste von Lieblingstouren und –punkten erstellen, Touren und Ausflugsziele offline speichern, social media - Kanäle bespielen und mehr.

Starting point: Tauplitzalm
Destination: Hochmölbinghütte

further information:
  • Multi-day tour
  • Board possible

Bergkirche Tauplitzalm

Bergkirche Tauplitzalm

The church at the Tauplitzalm pasture was built in 1963. On the gable wall you can admire a glass painting by Professor Wickenburg.

Accessibility / arrival

Getting there

Detaillierte Informationen zur Anreise finden Sie hier.



Public Transit

ÖBB www.oebb.at oder Verbundlinie Steiermark www.busbahnbim.at


Mit der BusBahnBim App der Verbundlinie ist eine Fahrplanauskunft so einfach wie noch nie: Alle Verbindungen mit Bus, Bahn und Straßenbahn in Österreich können durch die Eingabe von Orten und/oder Adressen, Haltestellen bzw. wichtigen Punkten abgefragt werden. Erhältlich ist die App als Gratis-App für Smartphones (Android, iOS) – auf Google Play und im App Store



Parking

In Tauplitz bei der Talstation stehen zahlreiche Parkplätze zur Verfügung. Die Sesselbahn bringt uns gemütlich auf die Tauplitzalm. Eine andere Möglichkeit bietet die Mautstraße zum Parkplatz unterhalb des Hollhauses auf der Tauplitzalm.

Travelling by public transport
Route planner for independent travellers
Most economical season
  • Summer
  • Autumn

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Etappe 05 Vom Gletscher zum Wein Nordroute Tauplitzalm - Hochmölbinghütte
Informationsbüro Tauplitz
Tauplitz 70
8982 Bad Mitterndorf

+43 3688 2446
+43 3688 2446 - 6
info.tauplitz@ausseerland.at
www.ausseerland.at
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Tour-Details

Starting place: 8982 Bad Mitterndorf
Destination: 8942 Wörschach

duration: 6h 0m
length: 14,4 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 681m
Altitude difference (downhill): 647m

Lowest point: 1.392m
Highest point: 1.764m
difficulty: easy
condition: medium
panoramic view: Dreamtour

Paths covering:
Asphalt, Gravel, Hiking trail

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