Etappe 2: Von der Gamshütte zum Friesenberghaus – Berliner Höhenweg
Tirol planned a mountaineering Tour.
December 28, 2019
With a distance of almost 15 kilometers, the second stage is by far the longest of the Berliner Höhenweg. Since you are only one day behind you and you can fortify yourself with a hearty mountaineer breakfast, this is not a problem for you.From the Gamshütte, the Berliner Höhenweg leads you along the eastern flank of the Vordere Grindbergspitze. Here you hike on a narrow path over steep mountain meadows, which can be very slippery after rainy weather. In this case, pay close attention to your steps and ask the hut owner about the accessibility of the path.From the Grauen Platte, a side ridge of the Hinterer Grindbergspitze, it is now a little downhill. Up to the unmanaged Kesselalm, located directly on the Kesselbach, the mountain path runs without major differences in height. After you have crossed the stream, you will quickly climb up again. The landscape is becoming increasingly barren and after you have passed the picturesque Wesendlekarsee, you will reach the Friesenberghaus.All information about the Friesenberghaus and reservations at friesenberghaus.com.Hut telephone: +43 (676) 7497550