Done by **geri**
August 17, 2019
Who does not dare .....From the parking lot at the Niederalp Pass, follow the forest road, whose mark points to the Rotsohlalm. Change forest road and forest road until you meet the first signpost to Sohlenalm.Shortly before the Sohlenalm - here not signposted or marked - turn right onto an alpine trail and up a piece of the alpine meadow, where you soon again on the trail marker (# 405), which finally follows up to the Gingatzwiese. At this intersection, turn right to take the path up to the Hohe Veitsch.The reason for the need of many people to build the Jausenlager exactly at or best at the summit cross will remain hidden forever. Again, it was only possible after unnecessary discussion, a summit picture without shy and partly half-naked "Wanderer" to get.After a short dead straight descent on the alpine meadow, then go in the arc back to Gingatzwiese.The cows here are obviously used to hikers, but it is always and forever: "Keep your distance!". And if such a cattle 🐄 on 10 km² felt just your hiking trail for the rest has chosen to let the breakfast again go through his head, then the rule "never leave the makrierten trails" just once exceptionally not.Back on the Gingatzwiese, the actual goal of this round opens up: The Big Wildkamm.It starts high on a steep meadow trail, which ends in front of a small rock formation.The upcoming tightrope walk may also be a mental tightrope walk for one or the other. But: whoever does not dare, who does not win, and who is assured of every sincerity with surefootedness and a head for heights - that is quite feasible👍.After a really short climb you have to circle around a rocky outcrop, before heading uphill along the ridge towards the summit cross of the Großer Wildkamm.This section as well as most of the following path towards the Kleiner Wildkamm offers great views to the Ötscher.The summit of the Kleine Wildkamm is quite inaccessible in a group of pine trees.It follows the partially crisp descent direction Sohlenalm, which runs mainly in Latschengassen.After the Sohlenalm there's a last look back on the Great Wildkamm before you cross a wooded area or logging down the descent and get back to the pass Niederalpl.