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Abschnitt 3 (Teil 1): Keesberge – Arnoweg

Abschnitt 3 (Teil 1): Keesberge – Arnoweg

Difficult
51:49
83.3 mi
1.6 mph
23,900 ft
24,875 ft
Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Sure-footedness, sturdy shoes and alpine experience required.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
1.43 mi
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Krimmler Wasserfälle

Hiking Highlight

16.9 mi
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Gletschersee

Hiking Highlight

25.5 mi
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Hängebrücke

Hiking Highlight (Segment)

40.7 mi
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Neue Thüringer Hütte

Hiking Highlight

49.5 mi
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Felsenkapelle

Hiking Highlight

62.8 mi
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Weißseepanorama

Hiking Highlight

63.0 mi
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Berghotel Rudolfshütte

Hiking Highlight

83.3 mi
Destination

Map

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Tour Profile

Waytypes

Alpine Hiking Path: 2.29 mi
Mountain Hiking Path: 20.1 mi
Hiking Path: 24.2 mi
Path: 33.3 mi
Street: 2.33 mi
Road: 0.90 mi
State Road: 158 yd

Surfaces

Alpine: 20.0 mi
Natural: 311 yd
Unpaved: 33.6 mi
Gravel: 20.7 mi
Paved: 4.57 mi
Asphalt: 0.56 mi
Unknown: 3.67 mi

Weather Forecast

Valerie planned a hike.

January 13, 2020

Comments

  • Valerie

    The third Arnoweg section leads you towards the Keesberge. Their name is derived from the old high German "chees" for ice or glaciers. Because what distinguishes this section of the long-distance hiking trail is the constant change between green valleys and impressive glaciers.From Krimml (1,076 meters) you go to the Gamsspitzl (2,888 meters), from Fusch (813 meters) to the ice fields of the Pfandlscharte (2,663 meters) and from Heiligenblut (1,288 meters) to the Zittelhaus (3,105 meters) on the rock tooth above the glacier roof of the High Sonnblick. As you can see: it goes high for you! That's why you definitely have to have a lot of sure-footedness and a head for heights.Well-planned tour planning is also required. I will help you by showing you the entire section. Where and when you stop and spend the night is up to you and depends entirely on your condition. So much can be said: The usual duration for the 134 kilometers and over 7,000 meters in altitude of the first part is eight to 17 days.Speaking of overnight stays: The first part of the third section not only takes you past numerous highlights, but also past several huts to stop for a bite to eat. The Warnsdorfer Hütte (komoot.de/highlight/306060), the Kürsinger Hütte (komoot.de/highlight/139186) and the Neue Thüringer Hütte (https: // komoot.de/highlight/283959), the Neue Fürther Hütte (komoot.de/highlight/556478), the St. Pöltner Hütte (komoot.de/highlight/556476 ) and the Berghotel Rudolfshütte (komoot.de/highlight/506945) are happy to provide you with a warm bed on time, while other huts serve you a delicious meal along the way.And as soon as you have reached the Fürthermoaralm, part 2 of the demanding Keesberg section begins.

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    • January 13, 2020

  • Ramat_19

    Hi, how are you? My name is Ramiro, nice to meet you. I am travelling to Salzburg and Zell am see in early april and i have so many questions and i was wondering if you can help me. First of all, is the Weißseepanorama Hike free? Can i do it on that date? Would you recommend me to do another hike? How much time do you think i will need in salzburg and tyrol alps?
    Thanks for everything

    • January 28, 2020

  • Valerie

    Hey! For everything regarding Weißsee I‘d check out this website
    gletscherwelt-weissee.at and ask there. They know best :-) in general Salzburg and the area around Zell am See is beautiful and great for hiking! You can search through komoot for more interesting tours in the area! Enjoy your time :-)

    • February 2, 2020

Valerie

Abschnitt 3 (Teil 1): Keesberge – Arnoweg