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recommendation by Reinhard
Kaiser crossing from north to south, with summit ascent of the Vordere Goinger Halt at 2,242 m
Dear hotel guests,
as I am always asked for a beautiful mountain tour with summit ascent, I am happy to report to you personally about my mountain tour in summer 2019!
With the experienced mountain guide, Andy Schonner, I have undertaken an impressive mountain tour with Kaiser Durchschreitung from north to south and summit ascent of the Vordere Goinger Halt.
After a small refreshment for breakfast, we met at 06:45 at the information office in Ellmau. Andy was in a good mood and other guests from Germany were also looking forward to the tour with me. I had my personal equipment with me (helmet, climbing harness), the other participants were equipped by Andy. Andy brought everything that is needed, from rope, carabiners to plaster.
We took a taxi for about 20 minutes to the Griesner Alm at 1.024 m, from Ellmau behind the Kaiser. After a short instruction we already started in direction Stripsen Joch. At the beginning we walked along a nice, wide path. After about 0.5 hours we turned off into the Eggersteig. According to Andy, at the rocks there you can see chamois at earlier hours.
The path is very well secured from beginning to end with an anchored rope.
For me, the Eggersteig is one of the most beautiful trails on the Wilder Kaiser,as it is not difficult to walk, but nevertheless you have a lot of respect, as the edge of the trail sometimes goes down to 200 m. In addition, in the upper part of the Eggersteig you can always see climbers climbing vertically up the walls. Impressive how they manage that! We have also taken photos again and again. The two most famous rock faces, in which climbing history was written, have very individual names: Fleischbank and Predigtstuhl.
At the end of the Eggersteig we have already reached the Ellmauer Tor at 2,001 m.
Here we took a half-hour break, strengthened ourselves with our own snacks and enjoyed the view.
Then we went on again safely over the northern ascent to the summit of the Vordere Goinger Halt. After a few easy climbing passages we were already at the top after 45 minutes. At the summit at 2,242 m we were rewarded with a magnificent view over the Kitzbühel Alps to the main ridge of the Alps. A few jackdaws wanted to join us on the proud summit photos. After a short stay, we descended south. The last half hour to the Wochenbrunneralm was on a comfortable hiking trail.
At 4 pm we arrived at the Wochenbrunneralm at 1,085 m and enjoyed the panoramic view over the Sölllandl again while sitting together.
I recommend this tour to everyone who wants to make a nice mountain tour with a climb and easy to climb mountain tops!
If you are interested and have any questions,
I will be happy to give you personal information!
What you need:
Sure-footedness, freedom from vertigo, fitness for approx. 4 hours on the ascent, enthusiasm for new experiences, good hiking boots, sunglasses, change of clothes, rucksack, rain and sun protection, food and at least 1.5 lt drink