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Hoher Ifen mit Abstieg über die Schwarzwasserhütte – Kleinwalsertal

Difficult
06:42
10.00 mi
1.5 mph
3,025 ft
3,000 ft
Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Sure-footedness, sturdy shoes and alpine experience required.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
112 yd
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Auenhütte

Hiking Highlight

1.84 mi
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Ifenhütte

Hiking Highlight

2.10 mi
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Hochtal Ifenmulde

Hiking Highlight (Segment)

3.26 mi
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Aufstieg und Abstieg

Hiking Highlight

3.84 mi
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Hoher Ifen

Hiking Highlight

3.99 mi
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Eugen-Köhler-Weg

Hiking Highlight (Segment)

5.58 mi
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Ifersguntalpe

Hiking Highlight

6.86 mi
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Schwarzwasserhütte

Hiking Highlight

7.31 mi
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Blick auf den Ifen

Hiking Highlight

8.06 mi
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Alpe Melköde

Hiking Highlight

10.00 mi
Destination

Waytypes

Alpine Hiking Path: 142 yd
Mountain Hiking Path: 5.84 mi
Hiking Path: 430 yd
Path: 2.63 mi
Street: 1.20 mi

Surfaces

Alpine: 1.70 mi
Natural: 4.20 mi
Unpaved: 251 yd
Gravel: 2.59 mi
Paved: < 109 yd
Asphalt: 1.20 mi
Unknown: 248 yd

Weather Forecast

Kleinwalsertal planned a hike.

February 20, 2019

Comments

  • Kleinwalsertal

    This varied, alpine round trip takes you to one of the most famous Walser peaks, the Hohe Ifen. For the tour you need a good condition, sure-footedness and a head for heights. For hikers the hike is a pleasant mountain hike.It starts at the Auenhütte. From here you take the Ifen chairlift to Ifenhütte. Alternatively, you can walk in about 50 minutes. On a well-marked path you climb to the Ifenbord and follow the signpost to Ifen in the Ifenmulde. In serpentines, it goes through a rough boulder field and then over rocks on the plateau of the Ifen. Difficult places are insured with tethers.On the plateau, the path to the summit only rises slightly. In spring / early summer, however, there may still be dangerous snow fields.The descent takes place via the Ifersguntalpe and Schwarzwasserhütte with several longer rope-insured passages and over scree fields. After the alp, the trail will be easier, but you should look for damp, loamy spots, because there is a risk of slipping. From the Schwarzwasserhütte then waiting for a nice way to run to the Auenhütte on you. At the end of the pleasant journey, you will have the opportunity to stop off at the Melköde hut and spoil yourself with home-made food.

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    • July 4, 2017

  • Ben

    Is the route accessible towards the end of June (due to snow)?

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    • May 19, 2019