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Trekking in Austria's Zillertal Alps

Art.nr: 9781786310637
Tillgänglighet: I lager
Pris: 288,00kr
Exkl.moms: 271,70kr

Cicerone Press 2023

Guide to four hut-to-hut treks in the Austrian Tirol: the 9-day Zillertal Rucksack Route/Berliner Hohenweg, the Zillertal South Tirol Tour and the Peter Habeler Tour (both 7 days) and the Olperer Runde Tour (6 days). With optional excursions to climb neighbouring peaks, some of which call for mountaineering skills and glacier crossings.

The summer Alpine season starts when the huts open in mid-June and runs through to the end of September. Snow can linger on north-facing slopes well into July. Mid-July through to mid-September tends to be warmer and more settled.

Mayrhofen, the main centre and starting point for the Zillertal Rucksack Route, is easily accessible by train and bus from Jenbach, Munich, Innsbruck and Salzburg.

All tracks and trails are waymarked and frequently signposted. A good level of fitness is advised, but unless you intend to venture onto the glaciers or undertake the optional excursions, no special equipment or climbing skills are required.

Must See
​The snow-capped peaks of the Hochfeiler and Grosser Moeseler standing proud along the frontier ridge that forms the Austria-Italy border; spectacular Alpine scenery, including over 40 peaks above 3000m