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Von Tauplitz über Sagtümpel - Steirersee zur Gnanitzalm

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Starting place: 8983 Bad Mitterndorf
Destination: 8983 Bad Mitterndorf

duration: 8h 30m
length: 19,6 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 1.172m
Altitude difference (downhill): 1.172m

Lowest point: 964m
Highest point: 1.707m
difficulty: medium
condition: very difficult
panoramic view: Dreamtour

Paths covering:
Asphalt, Hiking trail

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Short description:
Großartige Rundtour für einen ganzen Tag.



Quality of experience: ****



Recommended season:

  • June
  • July
  • August
  • September
  • October



Properties:

  • Loop
  • Scenic
  • Refreshment stops available

Description:

Nach einem kräftigen Aufstieg vom Tal zu den Steirerseehütten geht es auf ca 1600 m Seehöhe oberhalb des Steirersees und Schwarzensee (Trittsicherheit erforderlich!) über Almgebiet bis Interhütten. Danach folgt der Abstieg zum Grimmingbach und durch das Gnanitztal zum Ausgangspunkt zurück.



Directions:

Vom Ausgangspunkt dem Weg 275, 2 Forststraßen überquerend zur Niederblas folgen, dann durch steiles Mischwaldgelände durch die Lahnergrube auf einen dem Steirersee vorgelagerten Höhenrücken.
Dort gibt es die Möglichkeit die Tour ohne Einkehr in den Steirerseehütten abzukürzen. Man wendet sich nach rechts, steigt hinunter zum See und wandert am Südufer des Steirersees (Seeweg) zum Schwarzensee (Trittsicherheit erforderlich!). Sonst geht es in nordwestlicher Richtung dem nunmehr flach verlaufenden Weg 275 zu den Steirerseehütten.
Von den Steirerseehütten führt nun der Weg Nr. 218 in nordöstlicher Richtung dem "Salzsteig" folgend über den Almboden, leicht steigend durch einen Lärchenbestand bis zur Gabelung der Wege 218 u. 276. Weiter den Weg Nr. 218, den „Salzsteig“, der nunmehr meist auf gleicher Höhe über die mit Latschen bewachsene Steirerseeleiten zu Füßen des Sturzhahnes verläuft. Von dem folgenden Sattel kann man den schönen Blick zum Schwarzensee genießen.
Am südlichen Ufer des Schwarzensees vorbei führt der Weg 218/209A zur in den Sommermonaten bewirtschafteten Leistalm.


Von der Leistalm dem leicht steigenden Weg 218/209A durch schütteren Lärchenbestand auf einen sanften Rücken folgen, dann abfallend weiter auf dem Weg 218/209A bis auf eine Hochebene mit mehreren Feuchtgebieten. Durch ein kleines romantisches Tal erreicht man schließlich die zur Interhütten Alm gehörenden Almweiden. In östlicher Richtung über die Almweiden direkt den Almhütten zusteuern.
Von den Almhütten weiter nach Osten, an einem Brunnen vorbei in eine kleine Senke aus der der Weg 218/209A nach links (N) in den Nattern Graben führt. Hier gäbe es die Möglichkeit die Tour auf einem nicht markierten Steig durch den Gamsofen hinunter ins Gnanitztal abzukürzen. Dem Unerfahrenen oder Ortsunkundigen wird aber empfohlen, den markierten Weg weiter zu folgen.
Den Grimmingbach querend erreicht man die Gabelung der Wege 218/209A in Richtung Hochmölbing Hütte. Unser Weg führt aber talauswärts zur Gnanitzalm bzw. zur Johnsleitnerhütte. Von dort wandert man gemütlich, aber immerhin noch rund 2 Stunden auf der Schotterstraße durch das Gnanitztal zum Ausgangspunkt zurück.



Tip:

Erste Rast bei den Steirerseehütten, nächste Einkehr auf der Leistalm, bei Helga Kanzler in der „Wia dahoam Hitt’n“. (1644m). Anfragen unter Tel. +43 664 92 07 730. Später wieder im Gnanitztal in der Johnsleitnerhütte oder in der Hechlhütte.


Eine abgekürzte und etwas leichtere Variante: Aufstieg direkt zur Leistalm über Ries. Der Einstieg in diese Variante ist etwa 200 Meter weiter östlich gelegen und ist sehr gut beschildert. Der Aufstieg ist zwar auch steil aber nicht so lang wie der Vorige. Am Schwarzensee, etwa 15 Min. vor der Leistalm trifft man auf den Weg der Hauptvariante.


 



Safety guidelines:

Bergerfahrung und gute Ausdauer für eine starke Tagestour nötig.


 


Bitte beachten Sie den Haftungsausschluss!



Equipment:
Normale Bergausrüstung, Wetterschutz.

Starting point: Sagtümpel
Destination: ist der Ausgangspunkt

further information:
  • Flatly
  • Board possible

Sagtümpel in Tauplitz

Sagtümpel in Tauplitz

​Discover this almost unique natural phenomenon ​In the northeast of the village Tauplitz there is idyllic in the forest a small pond called "Sagtümpel", which represents one of the few rare phenomenons of this kind in Austria.

Accessibility / arrival

Getting there
vom Ort Tauplitz durch den Ortsteil Greith, an der Gaststätte Greither Stuben und am Freizeitzentrum vorbei. Nach dem Siedlungsgebiet erreicht man einen großen Holzlagerplatz, wo Scheitholz gelagert wird, 100 m danach ist der Eisntieg. Gelber Wegweiser nach links zum Steirersee.

Parking
etwa 100 m nach dem Einstieg ein kleiner Abstellplatz. Reicht für etwa 5 Autos.

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

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Von Tauplitz über Sagtümpel - Steirersee zur Gnanitzalm
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: 8983 Bad Mitterndorf
Destination: 8983 Bad Mitterndorf

duration: 8h 30m
length: 19,6 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 1.172m
Altitude difference (downhill): 1.172m

Lowest point: 964m
Highest point: 1.707m
difficulty: medium
condition: very difficult
panoramic view: Dreamtour

Paths covering:
Asphalt, Hiking trail

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