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Hike from the Michaelerberghaus to the Stiegler Hütte

· 1 review · Hiking trail · Schladming-Dachstein
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  • Stiegleralm
    Stiegleralm
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Easy family hike from the scenic Michaelerberghaus to the Stiegleralm.
easy
Distance 2 km
1:15 h
251 m
62 m
1,405 m
1,194 m
With a fantastic view over the Dachstein massif you walk from the Michaelerberghaus on a gravel path (suitable for pushchairs/prooms) to the Stiegleralm (not managed). 
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Update: December 21, 2020
Difficulty
easy
Technique
Stamina
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Landscape
Highest point
1,405 m
Lowest point
1,194 m
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Track types

Asphalt 6.08%Forested/wild trail 52.79%Path 41.12%
Asphalt
0.1 km
Forested/wild trail
1 km
Path
0.8 km
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Safety information

Weather changes, rapid temperature drops, thunderstorms, wind, fog and snow fields are objective dangers and require the right behaviour on the road. Hutkeepers are experienced mountain experts who can give good tips on the weather and the route. Lack of equipment, overestimation of one's own abilities, carelessness, poor physical condition and a wrong assessment can lead to critical situations. During thunderstorms: Avoid peaks, ridges, trees and rope belaying at all costs.

In an emergency, please dial the following emergency calls: No. 140 - Mountain Rescue No. 112 - Euro Emergency Call

Tips and hints

Safety information
Safety on the mountainside: changes in the weather, sudden fall in temperature, thunder storms, wind, fog and snow fields are all objective dangers and require the correct behaviour whilst underway. The landlords of the huts are all very knowledgeable about the mountains and can give you good tips about the weather and the routes. Insufficient equipment, exaggerated opinion of ones capabilities, frivolousness, poor health condition and a false evaluation of the situation can lead to a critical situation. In thunder storms: summits, crest-sites and safety rope aids are to be avoided. 

If something should happen call following emergency numbers:
No. 140 - the number for all Alpine Emergencies in all of Austria
No. 112 - European emergency call GSM emergency-call-service

Start

Michaelerberghaus above Pruggern (road access) (1,198 m)
Coordinates:
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47.408810, 13.891611
DMS
47°24'31.7"N 13°53'29.8"E
UTM
33T 416379 5251190
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Destination

Stieglerhütte

Turn-by-turn directions

The broad gravel path leads through the forest. The trees give shadow on hot days. Again and again you pass beautiful vantage points into the Sattental and Ennstal. Shortly before the Stiegleralm, the path becomes steeper again over the last 500 metres. 

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Getting there

The Michaelerberghaus can be reached through Pruggern.

Parking

Michaelerberghaus

Coordinates

DD
47.408810, 13.891611
DMS
47°24'31.7"N 13°53'29.8"E
UTM
33T 416379 5251190
w3w 
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Equipment

For alpine routes, the basic equipment includes a hood, gloves, a good jacket and trousers. Good, waterproof shoes, sunglasses, sun protection and plenty of drinks are essential. Flashlight, maps, knives and a small first aid box are also included.

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Rating

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Klaus List
August 27, 2013 · Community
Netter Spaziergang wenn nicht viel Zeit ist. Die Distanz ist eher 3 km und Hm bergauf und bergab sind natürlich gleich viel.
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When did you do this route? August 27, 2013

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Difficulty
easy
Distance
2 km
Duration
1:15 h
Ascent
251 m
Descent
62 m
Highest point
1,405 m
Lowest point
1,194 m
Scenic Refreshment stops available Family-friendly Geological highlights Botanical highlights Flora and fauna Suitable for strollers

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