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Circular hike via Eppzirler Alm and Nördlinger hut to Seefeld

Circular hike via Eppzirler Alm and Nördlinger hut to Seefeld

Overview

Starting point: Seefeld valley station funicular railway Rosshütte
Finishing point: Seefeld valley station funicular railway Rosshütte
Ascent1,464 m
Highest point2,231 m
Route distance20.4 km
Walking time / total10:00 hh:mm
Walking time / ascent07:30 hh:mm
Level of difficultydifficult

Elevation profile

 

Route: Seefeld valley station funicular railway Rosshütte – Schlagkopf – Eppzirler Alm – Nördlingerhütte - Reitherjochalm - valley station funicular railway Rosshütte

This mountain tour requires very good condition, surefootedness and freedom from vertigo!

Parking and public transport:
P19 "Car park of the Rosshütte cable cars".
By train to Seefeld train station (15 minutes walk to the starting point).
You can find all connections in real time with the Mobility-App "wegfinder".

Directions:
At the valley station of the Rosshütte cable cars, take the Römerweg (No. 6) in the direction of Gießenbach. At the next junction turn right onto trail no. 70 towards Schlagkopf. Here you follow the trail no. 73 and 212 to the Eppzirler Alm. Then pass the Eppzirler Alm until you reach the junction with trail no. 74 Ursprungssattel. Stay on this trail until you reach the Nördlinger Hütte. From the Nördlinger Hütte, you then take trail no. 84 down to the Reitherjoch Alm. Stay on trail no. 84 until it forks safely then continue on trail no. 83 towards Rosshütte. Stay on this path until you reach your starting point (valley station Bergbahnen Rosshütte).

Alpine emergency call:
Call: 140

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