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Von Wasserfall Dürnbach nach Gasthof Luf

Difficult
03:51
6.10 mi
1.6 mph
1,950 ft
1,925 ft
Expert Hiking Tour. Good fitness required. Sure-footedness, sturdy shoes and alpine experience required.

Tour Overview

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Wasserfall Dürnbach

Hiking Highlight

0.62 mi
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Große Klause (Waldeggersteig)

Mountaineering Highlight

2.08 mi

Blickplatz Waldeggerhaus

Hiking Highlight

2.61 mi
4.61 mi
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Gasthof Luf

Hiking Highlight

6.10 mi
Destination

Tour Profile

Waytypes

Mountain Hiking Path: 2.52 mi
Hiking Path: 2.79 mi
Path: 253 yd
Footpath: 122 yd
Street: 0.26 mi
Road: 0.31 mi

Surfaces

Alpine: 1.39 mi
Natural: 256 yd
Unpaved: 3.92 mi
Paved: 0.47 mi
Asphalt: 228 yd
Unknown: < 109 yd

Weather Forecast

Planned by Manuela and Christian

March 11, 2019

Comments

  • Christian

    A certainly fine tour that I have not done so yet.The challenge: how to get back to Dürnbach from Zweiersdorf?

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    • March 11, 2019

  • Manuela

    by car ;-)
    After living near Höflein, we just have to invest the time and put a car over (to Dürnbach). After I'm home near the Hohe Wand, we want to make a crossing. But as I said without climbing!

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  • Christian

    You do not need a via ferrata set for the Great Hermitage. A very pretty little gorge with interesting cave in between.During this hike you bypass the Little Hermitage (here a via ferrata set is not a must, but also no shame) and only touch her at her exit.

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  • Christian

    The route is fine anyway! Except for the car question, which then stands for more "followers". I always try to pack the things in round trips on the Hohe Wand.

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    • March 11, 2019

  • Manuela

    It is possible to leave the car in Bad Fischau, to take the train to Waldegg-Dürnbach; over the "wall" to go to Willendorf / Rothengrub or Grünbach depending on and from there again by train to Bad Fischau.
    Thanks for your information LG

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    • March 11, 2019

  • Christian

    Very much! Thanks for the tour idea! LG

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    • March 11, 2019

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