Suppe, Schnee und ein Steinbock (allerdings sehr weit weg) – Vom Riemannhaus zum Ingolstädter Haus
Steffi | a daily travel mate went for a hike.
June 25, 2021
The weather outside the hut door is soupy. This milky variant, which together with the snow leads to zero visibility and little orientation.Plan A: Sit out. The weather might get better. Plan B: Go ahead and see how it goes. Plan B was more popular and so we set off. After all, we haven't dragged our long things with us here for nothing.The beginning, crossing the Ramseider Scharte in snow, including orientation when there was hardly any visibility, was the hardest part of the tour in my eyes. We left that behind after 10 minutes.Note: We hiked the tour with kids. A strenuous hike over partly challenging paths. Please only hike if you and your children are fit and sure-footed!Fog around us, snow under our feet most of the time, shady stones in between and our eyes always on the search for the red and white trail markings, we continue to hike concentrated until after almost 1.5 hours we reach the highest point of today's stage .The fog disappears and even if the panorama doesn't want to show itself in its full splendor, we still get an impression of the fascinating landscape around us.During a break, we can make out a shadowy ibex. Too far away for a photo, but close enough to clearly pass for a Capricorn.The Ingolstadt house shows up for the first time a good half hour before arrival. After a warming soup and a gigantic Kaiserschmarren, I lay down under my sleeping bag on the edge of the bed and only now notice how tense I was the whole hike. The girls are hopping back and forth on the camp and will surely collect another 5,000 steps. Probably not busy. Or sugared. Or both.
July 1, 2021
Excellent performance, especially the kids. With the weather and snow to make this crossing is quite brave.
Hello Manfred. Fortunately, the weather improved noticeably after an hour. The snow carried super and was very handy. We had Grödel with us, but didn't need her. Basically a tour that takes experience. With or without snow. But we wouldn't have done anything where we weren't sure that it would suit our skills and the skills of the child. LG Steffi
Hello Steffi. That wasn't a reproach or something like that, just an opinion of mine to underline the performance. I know the tour. I have also been out and about in the mountains with 3 children for years. I know what it means to be out and about in the mountains with children.Have you come back down from the mountains and walked over the Wimbachgries ???