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Zillertaler Alpen: 4 Tage Hüttentour mit Kindern

Steffi | a daily travel mate

Zillertaler Alpen: 4 Tage Hüttentour mit Kindern

Collection by Steffi | a daily travel mate



06:29 h

15.0 mi

3,650 ft

Intensiv! Das ist das Wort, mit dem sich unsere Hüttentour in den Zillertaler Alpen mit Kindern am besten beschreiben und zusammenfassen lässt. Die Hüttenwanderung war vor allem für mich eine Achterbahnfahrt der Gefühle. Eine wilde Fahrt, deren Höhen und Tiefen durch das Wetter und seine Kapriolen ausgelöst wurden. Denn das Wetter ist wichtig: Ganz besonders in den Bergen! Ich nehme das Fazit jetzt schon einmal vorweg: Die Wanderung in den Zillertaler Alpen von Hütte zu Hütte eignet sich hervorragend für wandererfahrene Familien. Die einzelnen Wanderetappen sind relativ kurz, das Höhenprofil ist kinderfreundlich (nur wenige steile An- und Abstiege), Kinder sind in den Hütten willkommen und die Wanderwege sind richtig spannend. Und unser Wetter samt Sicht wurde auch.Meinen ausführlichen Bericht zu unserer Hüttentour in den Zillertaler Alpen findest Du auch auf meinem Reise- und Outdoorblog für Familien unter folgendem Link:


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Tours & Highlights

  • Friesenberghaus - Schlegeisspeicher mit Kindern

    3.31 mi
    2.3 mph
    25 ft
    2,200 ft

    Today's hiking day can be summed up quite simply with one word: WET. Unfortunately, we were not granted any sun or any form of view today. We got wet from above and below. To look at it positively: Perfect weather to test which clothes still hold what they promise and which ones can be renewed.



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  • 01:06
    2.55 mi
    2.3 mph
    700 ft
    550 ft

    We are sitting in the Olpererhütte with a coffee in hand. The children play and we enjoy the view of the Tux Alps from the huge panoramic window. We don't really want to leave - although the breakfast buffet has long since been cleared and our backpacks are packed in the cloakroom. Since there are only

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  • 02:20
    5.47 mi
    2.4 mph
    1,375 ft
    1,025 ft

    The wind is howling around the hut, the rain is lashing against the windows, the thermometer shows a full four degrees. It was reported cold. But just that cold? That caught us "ice cold" after all.


    The first four kilometers were not nice. We hiked completely in the cloud, the wind of up to 55 km/h (according

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  • 01:36
    3.62 mi
    2.3 mph
    1,550 ft
    50 ft

    The mill rattles by the rushing brook. Well, there weren't any mills today. But the rushing of the Zamserbach and the small streams and unexpectedly large waterfalls, which rushed down to the right and left of us and gurgled, next to our trill said song, was omnipresent.


    Shortly before the Lavitz Alm

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Collection Stats

  • Tours
  • Distance
    15.0 mi
  • Duration
    06:29 h
  • Elevation
    3,650 ft

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