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"Sandling"

· 1 review · Mountain Hike · Altaussee
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  • Auseer Sandlingalm
    / Auseer Sandlingalm
    Photo: Hermann Rastl, Tourismusverband Ausseerland-Salzkammergut
  • / Aufstieg, Weg Nr 251
    Photo: Hermann Rastl, Tourismusverband Ausseerland-Salzkammergut
  • / Vor dem Gipfelsturm ist noch ein Abstieg nötig
    Photo: Hermann Rastl, Tourismusverband Ausseerland-Salzkammergut
  • / Geschafft
    Photo: Hermann Rastl, Tourismusverband Ausseerland-Salzkammergut
  • / Blick hinunter zur Vorderen Sandlingalm
    Photo: Hermann Rastl, Tourismusverband Ausseerland-Salzkammergut
  • / versicherter Abstieg zur Vorderen Sandlingalm
    Photo: Hermann Rastl, Tourismusverband Ausseerland-Salzkammergut
  • / Der Sandling mit dem großen Felssturz von 1920
    Photo: Hermann Rastl, Tourismusverband Ausseerland-Salzkammergut
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An appealing tour in the moutains to the peak. Firm footedness and a head for heights are required.
difficult
Distance 9.7 km
4:45 h
840 m
840 m
Nice view to the region of a mountain, where in the inside salt had been stored.

Author’s recommendation

A quick stop at the Lambacherhütte is highly recommended!
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Author
Hermann Rastl
Update: March 19, 2021
Difficulty
difficult
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
Sandlinggipfel, 1,717 m
Lowest point
887 m
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Safety information

Pay attention, difficult passages!

 

 Please note the exclusion of liability!

 

Start

Blaa Alm in Altaussee (895 m)
Coordinates:
DD
47.671717, 13.743531
DMS
47°40'18.2"N 13°44'36.7"E
UTM
33T 405680 5280578
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Destination

Blaa Alm in Altaussee

Turn-by-turn directions

Below the parking we cross a small river and walk at the south borders of the area of the Blaa Alm until the path leads upwards into a forest and further to the mountain pasture called "Fludergrabenalm". At the big crossing there we head to the left and follow the marked route of the so-called "Via Alpina" up to another moutain pasture, the Sandlingalm, which we reach in one hour. At the end of this mountain pasture we meet a forest road coming from Upper Austria. This needs to be continued about 200 meters until we take the turn, path number 251, to the Sandling. After a steep way up we reach the first peak. Take care especially when its wet and slippery, like in autumn. Then via rocks you will reach the actual steep track to wards the peak. At the crossing with the path number 250 you must turn to the left steep upwards to the peak, which finally we will reach after 3,5 hours. For the way back we choose the path number 250 steep, but save downwards to the mountain pasture "Vordere Sandlingalm". From this point we turn to the right and walk back in a leisurely pace to the the mountain pasture "Ausseer Sandlingalm" and take the path back the Fludergrabenalm to reach finally our starting point at the Blaa Alm.

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Getting there

Detailed information how to get to the Ausseerland – Salzkammergut you will find on our website!

                                        

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Parking

Parking at the Blaa Alm available!

Coordinates

DD
47.671717, 13.743531
DMS
47°40'18.2"N 13°44'36.7"E
UTM
33T 405680 5280578
w3w 
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Author’s map recommendations

Mayr "Wandern, Rad und Mountainbike Ausseerland Totes Gebirge" 1 : 25.000

Freytag & Berndt "082 Bad Aussee, Totes Gebirge, Bad Mitterndorf, Tauplitz" 1 : 50.000

Kompass 20 "Dachstein Ausseerland, Bad Goisern, Hallstatt" 1 : 50.000

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Equipment

Firm footwear, waterproof clothes and foot and drinks are in any case necessary! Be careful with sticks, sometimes they might disturb you and should be fixed on your backpack.

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Difficulty
difficult
Distance
9.7 km
Duration
4:45 h
Ascent
840 m
Descent
840 m
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