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© Hike in autumn | Photo: TVB Pyhrn-Priel / Florian Lierzer
A hiker is on the way in front of the priel group.
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© Hike in autumn | Photo: TVB Pyhrn-Priel / Florian Lierzer
A hiker is on the way in front of the priel group.

Hinterstoder - Großer Priel

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Path number: 201,260
Starting place: 4573 Hinterstoder
Destination: 4573 Hinterstoder

duration: 7h 39m
length: 8,7 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 1.937m
Altitude difference (downhill): 133m

Lowest point: 612m
Highest point: 2.437m
difficulty: difficult
condition: difficult
panoramic view: Dreamtour

Paths covering:
Gravel, Hiking trail

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High alpine landscape and great tour on one of the highest peaks of the Dead Mountains. Long, sometimes very steep and rocky platforms with short backed passages and climbs in the first difficulty, sure-footedness and freedom are needed everywhere. Take special care with hard old snow - especially in Kühkar happen again and again due to slipping accidents. In fog and snow conditions, the orientation in the vast karst terrain above the Prielschutzhaus house is very difficult!

The Great Tide projects as a single peak in the Dead Mountains on the 2500 m mark out, and his felsfaltige neighbor who Spitzmauer, regarded as the finest collection of the Dead Mountains. "From the Schneetal over bare rocks you can without danger to the summit of High Tide in the country if get in two hours of Enns," noted Archduke Johann 1810 in his diary, "poacher boarded him already." These lawless fellows owes the bread case between Priel and Spitzmauer its name: A loaf of bread tumbled into the depths, she told the police. Trouble with the summit snack had Archduke Ludwig, who ascended the "High Tide" anno 1819: The schoolmaster of Hinterstoder was together with the coffee things slipped on the ice - although the cups were healing as opposed to his butt, but for the steward had forgotten the coffee ...

For Prielschutzhaus: From the parking Schiederweiher (surcharge), walk along the forest road (marked 201) for Schiederweiher, on a shortcut trail and back on the road in the Polsterluck'n and the station of the cableway (luggage transport possible landlord by telephone communicate). Verge right over the creek and on a wide beaten trail switchbacks through the deciduous forest to Klinserwasserfall up. Past the Great and the Little Oven (caves) for "goodness gratitude Bankerl" and until the "Fairy Meadows". Turn right and always near the cable car through mixed forest to Prielschutzhaus. Descent by the same route.

On the Große Priel: Next on the trail No. 201 - past the water reservoir and between-flops - to a road fork. Law on the trail No. 260 over a rocky ridge to up Kühkar.. At the turnoff to Bert-Rinesch via ferrata and left in Return to top Karschwelle ("snack stone"). On the left (south) edge of Kars on debris and a steep snow field on the flank below the bread case Charte. The following rock steps and straps are secured with steel cables - if the top area is under hard old snow, the passage can be left and avoid a higher elevation band. Just below the bread case Charte is a shelter cave. When you reach the ridge, to the first short side trip worth left on the bread case summit. Back again and after marking 260 on the wide debris back towards Priel up. Above, you meet the path no. 262 pulls up from the Welser hut and which we follow to the right. Waste and ascending over the fine line - over to 8 m high summit cross - directly above the massive north wall. Descent by the same route.

Descent: From the junction at the start of the summit crest you can descend to 262 Fleischbank saddle and westward on the trail no.. From there straight towards Pühringerhütte and under the Sauzahn down. At the crossroads under the Sherm Berg (Notunterstand) to the left and the markings through the shallow karst terrain to the south on the Temlberg to. Against this striking rock peaks (which you can climb up a steep, but Mark climbing) you will reach the next crossroads. Links on the path no. 201 on the edge of Kars Klinserscharte where the path opens to Spitzmauer. Next by Klinserschlucht (see tour for Spitzmauer).

Walking time:
for Prielschutzhaus 2.5 h, on the Große Priel 3 h, descent to Prielschutzhaus 2 h; h from Prielschutzhaus to Hinterstoder 2.

Trail numbers: 201, 260

Starting point: Parking: If you are in the mountains for a longer time, we ask for the use of the car park "Polsterlucke" (4573, Goierweg 21)

further information:
  • Possible accommodation
  • Board possible

ÖAV-Prielschutzhaus

Hikers‘ refuge at 1,420 m – about a 3-hour walk. Ideal starting point for hikes up to the highest peaks of the Totes Gebirge range.

Prielschutzhaus (Alpenverein)

Welcome to the Prielschutzhaus in Hinterstoder!

Accessibility / arrival

After Hinterstoder center is 1.5 kilometers from the parking Schiederweiher (surcharge).

Parking fees

Parking Schiederweiher: 2 hours € 2.00 1 day € 3.00 2 to max. 7 days € 5.00 Annual ticket € 20.00

Travelling by public transport
Route planner for independent travellers
Most economical season
  • Summer
  • Autumn

Please get in touch for more information.

Hinterstoder - Großer Priel
Pyhrn-Priel Tourismus GmbH
Hinterstoder 38
4573 Hinterstoder

Phone +43 7564 5263
Fax machine +43 7564 5263 - 30
E-Mailhinterstoder@pyhrn-priel.net
Webwww.urlaubsregion-pyhrn-priel.at
https://www.urlaubsregion-pyhrn-priel.at

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Tour-Details

Path number: 201,260
Starting place: 4573 Hinterstoder
Destination: 4573 Hinterstoder

duration: 7h 39m
length: 8,7 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 1.937m
Altitude difference (downhill): 133m

Lowest point: 612m
Highest point: 2.437m
difficulty: difficult
condition: difficult
panoramic view: Dreamtour

Paths covering:
Gravel, Hiking trail

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