Done by **geri**
August 15, 2019
From the famous car park in front of the Green Lake in Tragöß-Oberort, take a bit down the valley and then follow the cycle path to the Laming. Here begins the cozy climb to Hiaslegg (on some old signs also Hieslegg) on the well-marked path No. 835.There sharp right and just follow the mark direction high tower, where only forest roads and forest roads alternate.The edelweiss floor is named twice. First, it is a soil and thus flatter and second are here - although in bloom - countless edelweiss.Steep and airier passages follow again, as well as a dip that has concealed the planned height profile.It becomes a trickier track before the last ascent to the summit over an unmarked but at the beginning easily recognizable, initially slightly gravelly, then rocky trail that leads to the summit plateau.The well-visited summit offers a brilliant all-round view. The descent then leads to the marked zigzag path back to the crossing, which then continues westwards and past the Leobner Wall to the Lamingsattel.Here turn right and steeply downhill and then follow the path over the pasture to the Laming-Alm (🍺).After a short rest, continue down the valley until you meet the pasture just before the vicar minerals. On a parallel to the road Waldsteig then go to the Green Lake, which has currently lost greatly because of its extremely low water level of its beauty. Then you go back to the starting point on the road.