De Goetheweg in de Karwendel - Wandelen rond Innsbruck
Innsbruck planned a hike.
May 6, 2021
The northern chain of the Karwendel cannot be missed from Innsbruck. And even though the enormous rock face of the Inn Valley seems invincible, thanks to the cable car to the Hafelekarspitze you can reach high heights in no time. The Goetheweg - also known as Hermann-Buhl-Weg - leads from the mountain station to the Pfeishütte and offers a continuous breathtaking view of Innsbruck and the Karwendel peaks.There are several options for descending from the Pfeishütte:Option 1: Walk the same way back and take the Hafelekarbahn to the valley.Option 2: Descend from the Pfeishütte over the Kreuzjöchl. You pass the Vintlalm and Rumer Alm and take the bus from the holiday village Rum back to Innsbruck.Option 3: Go over the Arzler Scharte down to the Arzler Alm, from the Alm you walk about 40 minutes to the Hungerburg. From here you can travel quickly and easily to Innsbruck by public transport.The Goetheweg starts at the mountain station of the Hafelekarbahn. Follow the signposted hiking trail to the Mühlkarscharte while enjoying a magnificent view of the wild peaks of the Hafelekarspitze and Gleirschspitze. The mountain hiking trail leads you along the northern flank of the Mandlspitze. After the crossing over the Mandlscharte, the landscape changes. The path now descends slowly through the alpine meadows and past mountain pines. After a well-deserved break at the Pfeishütte you can start your way back.
May 7, 2021