**geri** went for a hike.
August 10, 2019
The big WAB final(last season from the series "Unterwegs am Wiener Alpenbogen")-> today: WAB 17, 18 and 19wieneralpen.at/alpenbogen-wanderwegThe last - over 3 stages leading - and more than 43 km long section of the Viennese Alpine arc goes from Pernitz through the Myrafälle on the house stone in Muggendorf.The Myrafälle for the price of 5, - € for just under 10 minutes are pure luxury for this endeavor, but the way is the goal.After the circumnavigation of the Hausstein, you can quickly climb up to its summit to the viewpoint.Next, the path leads repeatedly downhill and then uphill over the Karnerwirt, the Jagasitz, the "neck", the Waxeneckhaus (closed until August 15) and finally to the highest point of this section - the Hohe Mandling. Continue to follow the direction of the market Piesting, where after crossing the village a rise past the forest pool and into the last forest section follows.The famous four-seater unfortunately loses the so far excellent mark of the WAB.(some ways are definitely not available in this section).After a short walk through the thicket you will suddenly find in the area of the Fidlerwiese again WAB markings.Just before you reach the provincial road again shows a WAB sign fix in the wrong direction.If one follows the direction indicated, one nevertheless goes on a marked way which leads later also on the last viewpoint of the WAB (Blumberg).From here it is only a short distance to the valley, where at the church in Bad Fischau is the end point of the Viennese Alpine arc (and nice enough already the 'taxi' is waiting.Conclusion:297.9 km11340 hm +11330 hm +71:15 h walking time
Powerful performance! 💪🏼👍🏻
August 11, 2019
My respect 👍
thanks to you.Was a casual project.
August 19, 2019
apropos TAXI: because under quotes, I suppose that this time a friendship service was meant.Was that the case in other cases, or is there any telephone numbers on the premises that can be reserved?
August 20, 2019
Yes - in my version I had the luxury of a private pick-up service on all tours.The start / finish points of some original stages can be reached by train or bus, but the public transport timetable is not too dense in these areas.(Https://wieneralpen.at/anreise)From a hiking taxi or similar service I know nothing.Tip: The gentlemen under the email email@example.com are really very helpful.
Thank you. I have already written to you (considering .....)