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Recommended by 93 out of 95 hikers


  • joetobn

    One of two very interesting paths from the Gaudeamushütte to the Gruttenhütte. Scenic very nice, but sometimes quite steep. Via ferrata equipment not required. For children but not fully recommended ...

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  • Rita

    Small climbing over ladder and iron. For professionals also on the via ferrata

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  • fxnn

    A path through a former riverbed. Steep places are secured with metal hooks in the rock, a staircase and steel chains. Is quite steep overall and therefore exhausting, but technically not difficult. There are no deep abysses right next to one, but a certain fear of heights is recommended. Runs directly under steep rock, used by climbers, so there is a risk of falling rocks and a helmet is recommended. Not to be confused with the challenging via ferrata through the Klamml, which crosses the Klammlweg.

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  • Ralf

    Very nice but also demanding way. Sure-footedness Vertigo are absolute prerequisites here. My recommendation, the way uphill for safety's sake, so from the Gaudeamushütte to Gruttenhütte commit!

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  • Kristina

    Not for people with fears, as it sometimes goes very steeply next to a downhill. I got over it, after I almost made myself in the pants. It costs already overcome first to get on the ladder, unfortunately, the kicks are very close to the rock, so I felt it twice as hard. Then the way goes, if you do not look down. A place is still a bit hairy, because I would have liked more brackets.
    I was rewarded with gazes and of course a great feeling to have made it.

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  • JR on Tour

    Challenging path up to the Gruttenhütte. You also have to climb a ladder a bit. Watching falling stones, rather go with helmet.

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  • Distance0.63 mi
  • Uphill0 ft
  • Downhill900 ft