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Bergwanderung zur Kellerjochhütte

9.42 mi
1.4 mph
3,325 ft
3,325 ft
Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Sure-footedness, sturdy shoes and alpine experience required.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
1.31 mi

Bergwald und Almwiesen

Hiking Highlight (Segment)

3.65 mi

Am Naunzalm-Hochleger

Hiking Highlight

4.75 mi


Mountaineering Highlight

9.42 mi

Weather Forecast

Tirol planned a hike.

February 12, 2018


  • Tirol

    This easy hike impresses with its diversity and the spectacular views from the Kellerjoch.The starting point of the hike can be easily reached by city bus from Schwaz. You leave the bus at the inn peace and from here your tour starts. From the bus station on the road, the hike leads you in the same direction past the Hotel Grafenast to the lift. Here you follow the path below the lift station and then you can orient yourself for a long time at the signs in the direction of "Kellerjochhütte" and "Alter Kellerjochweg". Alternatively, it goes on footpath, climb, track and in places up the slope through the light forest.In about 1,600 meters you change from the track to the right on the designated Jägersteig. The Jägersteig leads you on through sparse forest with virtually no significant change in altitude over to Niderleger Naunzalm in the open alpine pastures. You pass the small alpine building and follow the track upwards along hairpin bends to the Naunzalm upriver.From Hochleger, follow the signs to the "Kellerjochhütte" and hike up a steep track to the long-visible Schutzhaus.The Inn Valley lies far below you, gently nestled between the Tux Alps and the Karwendel. Enjoy the relaxed hike through a sea of ​​alpine roses between the Naunzalm and the Kellerjochhütte.At the top of the Kellerjoch hut, a unique panorama awaits you. The view sweeps from Grossglockner to Grossvenediger and hits the Zugspitze in the northwest. The breathtaking scenery makes you forget everyday life.The way back is the same way back to the starting point.The tour does not involve any particular difficulties and is therefore also recommended for children over the age of eight. Take enough breaks with your family, because despite the short distance, you can overcome many altitude differences.

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    • February 9, 2018