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#181 Schneeberg Novembergrat Klosterwappen (Losenheim)

9.94 mi
2.3 mph
4,150 ft
4,075 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
1.46 mi
1.90 mi
1.95 mi
Dieser Weg ist steinig
2.65 mi
hier geht's hoch!
eine etwas knifflige Stelle am Novembergrat (roter Punkt oberhalb der Bildmitte)
Keine Gams sondern ein Eichhörnchen hoppelt hier am Novembergrat🤣
Ein Ausblick
Ein Rückblick
3.15 mi
3.31 mi
4.60 mi
4.75 mi
5.18 mi
runter auf dem Schauerstein
5.24 mi
5.33 mi
6.29 mi
9.03 mi
9.05 mi
9.94 mi

Tour Profile

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**geri** went for a hike.

August 18, 2019


  • **geri**

    Casual Kraxelei on NovembergratFrom the parking lot at the chairlift in Losenheim, the path leads without chairlift first direction north Grafensteig.
    If you have reached this one follows the path and first crosses the Breite Ries and after a forest section also the Krumme Ries.
    At the next slope on the so-called "Sitzstatt" the trail branches off unmarked to the Novembergrat.
    After a short stretch of forest, the trail is not only steeper but also always rocky and soon hand use is required (climbing gloves are on the rough rock of advantage).
    The numerous red and later also blue polka dot markings are already quite faded and you have to pay close attention to the way.
    The permanent impressive view leads to endless photo and viewing breaks. Something extraordinary appears when a squirrel hops over the rocks instead of Gams or Capricorn (# 12).
    At the end of the climb you are expected by a powerful Steinmann.
    Numerous others point after the exit the way through pines and past two large sinkholes to Damböckhaus.
    From here, follow the constant stream of salamander and over the ox bottom goes briskly up to the monastery coat of arms for a "touch-and-go" summit visit.
    The same applies to the Kaiserstein behind the Fischerhütte.
    Then it goes to the descent, which leads over the chimney stone. A loose mountain pine field invites you for a snack break, before it goes through partly rocky and screey mountain lagoons down to the Kremplhütte and past the butcher memorial stone.
    Then follow the signs to Edelweißhütte, which initially leads through an idyllic forest and then a longer piece on a gravel road. The last 30 "lead again through a forest before you reach the wayside node at the Edelweißhütte.
    From here still only briefly through then forest and later along the slope to the valley, until you finally reached the starting point again.

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    • August 18, 2019

  • Nesti

    Nice challenging hike. You have also tried very hard in the description

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    • August 19, 2019

  • hiking lion

    After the holiday Komoot again scoured. Would all walks from you "like", as I like it (as well as I think), if you also set a more detailed descriptions of tours. You have to prepare yourself anyway, but always nice if you find certain corner parameters.

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    • August 21, 2019

  • **geri**

    Have previously led a tour book in a similar way and then thought, I can also pack it right here.

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    • August 22, 2019

  • hiking lion

    Yes, only in spite of everything I have the reservation that "komoot" might be "turned off" once and then the record disappears into nirvana.Save the tours as a pdf, which is not optimal. Does not synonymous export function from komoot for the tour created (would have found any case, only the naked gpx track).Software solutions are actually not to be found and my own, created in access database, unfortunately, I'm not really happy.I'm also somewhere "write lazy", so some tours would be waiting to be hired here.LG

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    • August 22, 2019

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