Wildererweg Pyhrn-Priel - Family
- pets allowed
- Suitable for families
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Wildererweg family - the Hutberg trail is a wild outdoor scavenger hunt for the whole family
The Baumschlagerberg can be reached by car. Use the parking lot for hikers next to the access road below the house.
Up to the guest terrace, where you will receive a folder and all information.
The steep path across the meadow takes us directly to the beginning of the forest and to the starting point with an overview map.
On the right over a short piece of meadow you come to an abandoned forest path. It goes effortlessly with a slight incline until a hill-like panorama edge appears.
Shortly before, the path leads right under a rock to a forest depression. Large stones have accumulated on the flat, leaf-covered forest floor. Here is the climbing garden and the first station "Mut & Kraft".
The path leads left over the embankment back to the used forest road. For a long hairpin bend we use the shortcut left through the forest. The gravel path meets the mountain bike route at a fork in the road.
After a slight incline in wide bends, we leave the path and turn into a forest road that first leads through the young forest and then opens up to a forest of tall trunks. Here rabbits are hiding, which belong to the second station "Orientation".
On a gentle slope, a damp, soft forest road leads to lighter forest patches and a path that opens up to the lush green meadows of Steyrsbergerreith. At the edge of the forest is the feeler box and the third station "Feeling".
You reach the Steyrsbergerreith across the meadow. There is a wonderful view of the rugged peaks of the Dead Mountains. The managed alp has a good range of local food and drinks and invites you to linger. There is an original and functional outhouse.
From now on, it only goes downhill. The driveway is reached via a cattle grate embedded in the ground at the edge of the forest, from which a forest path leads to the left.
At the beginning of the path in the forest you can see the lookout, which forms the fourth station "Weiblick".
Further along the forest path you come to a wide gravel road. Past a hunter's stand, next to which there is a wonderful panoramic view of the Dead Mountains, you come down to a national park sign.
Immediately afterwards, a branch on the left leads to a root-covered forest path. In the wooded area on the right we look for animal tracks in the overgrown hollows that belong to the fifth station "Scharfsinn".
We cross a gravel road along the forest path and then penetrate closer to the forest. On the right side, the terrain becomes steep and rocky until it finally reaches the junction that leads to the Hutberg.
The path is steep but very well secured and leads over large stones past huge trees, along the ridge, to the viewpoint. The view is very impressive, the way is no less. It combines a rugged wildness with an almost completely safe but spectacular climb. As the summit storm, it forms the sixth station "Endurance".
Back from the Hutberg, the path drops steeply after a sharp right turn. Perhaps the most demanding part of the circular route does not last long, because while a rock rises to the right, the slope to the left is defused by a narrow depression. We descend and test our "marksmanship" at the seventh station, the shooting range.
Now it goes steeply downhill to the end of the forest, from where we get back to the Baumschlagerberg via the meadow. The scavenger hunt ends here at the eighth station "Wall of Fame".
The trail "Hutberg Rundweg" is open at the middle of May!
At the end of Vorderstoder, in the direction of Hinterstoder, turn off at the Hackl sawmill and follow the road uphill for approx. 3.5 km to the Almgasthof Baumschlagerberg (no restaurant).
- Suitable for groups
- Suitable for schools
- Suitable for kids (5 - 14 Year)
- Pets allowed
- Suitable for teenagers
- Suitable for friends
- Suitable for couples
- Suitable for children
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