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From Pölzau via the Admonter Höhe to a beautiful panoramic peak.
If the avalanche situation is safe or if there is firn, the Kälberleiten is a great pleasure.
If the avalanche situation is safe or if there is firn, the Kälberleiten is a real treat.
Track typesShow elevation profile
Safety informationCertain passages are steep and require the use of hairpin bends. And despite the low altitude and the route through the forest, it is imperative that you observe the avalanche warning levels!
Emergency call mountain rescue: 140
Tips and hintsInfobüro/Salza Wildalpen
Wildalpen 91 – 8924 Wildalpen Tel. 03636/241 email@example.com
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In very safe conditions you can turn right shortly before the Seiseralm and ascend through the Kälberleiten.
Descent: From the summit, either descend through the beautiful cirque of the Kälberleiten (only in safe avalanche conditions!!) or return via the ascent track.
At the meadow hollow you can follow the initially flat forest road on the right and later shorten it through the woods.
By roadFrom Admont or Altenmarkt in the direction of St. Gallen and south of there into the Pölzau below the striking Pölzmauer. To the end of the driving possibilities to a Kl. car park.
from St.Gallen in the direction of Admont . After the district of Oberreith, turn right into the Pölzau. Continue to the end of the road to a small car park.
Parkingin Pölzau to the end of the driving possibilities to a Kl. car park
Book recommendation by the author
Rother Wanderführer Gesäuse, G. und L. Auferbauer (2018)
Author’s map recommendations
Gesäuseberge – Haller Mauern – Eisenerzer Alpen West, Nr. 801
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EquipmentSki touring and avalanche equipment, as well as ski touring rucksack with appropriate contents (water bottle, blister plaster, hiking map, snack, etc.). You should also be well prepared for a change in the weather.
Emergency equipment belongs in every backpack!
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