Schaumbergalm and Ebenforstalm via Molln
- pets allowed
- culinary interesting
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Wonderful circular hike from the Bodinggraben to the Schaumbergalm and over the two panoramic peaks Trämpl and Alpstein to the Ebenforstalm. From there it's back to the Bodinggraben, where the Jagahäusl invites you to stop for a break.
Quality of experience: *****
- Refreshment stops available
- Botanical highlights
- Summit route
Already the beginning of the hike at the parking lot Scheiblingau along the Krummen Steyrling is worth a trip: So-called "Bodinge" (washouts in the rock of the stream) gave the valley its name.
After about 30 minutes you reach the snack station "Jägerhaus" If you want to fortify yourself before the ascent, you are cordially invited here in the large guest garden or in the cozy parlor. The hunting lodge of Count Lamberg towers a little above - guided tours with the National Park Ranger are an experience!
But now we continue on trail no. 472 a, always uphill on a former "Salzträgersteig" up to the Schaumbergalm. It lies idyllically on the alpine floor between the peaks and greets the hikers and mountain bikers from afar.
The well-deserved stop at the innkeeper Waltraud is a pleasure! Here the guests are spoiled with hearty dishes from the alpine kitchen.Now you can decide whether to conquer the summit of the Trämpl and Alpstein and descend via the Ebenforstalm (May - end of Oct. continuously managed) - additional walking time about 2 hours, or on the same path back to the valley.
For a leisurely end to this beautiful hike, you can plan another stop at the Jägerhaus in the valley. In any case, you return home packed with many beautiful impressions!
From Molln you reach the Scheiblingau parking lot in the Bodinggraben, where the hike starts upstream to the Jagahäusl. Shortly after the Jagahäusl, the trail goes steadily uphill on trail no. 472 to the Schaumbergalm.
The trail continues to the summit of the Trämpl and the Alpstein and on the other side down to the Ebenforstalm.
From the Ebenforstalm, the trail leads over a small hill on the alpine pasture and then on a trail down to the Jagahäusl and on the forest road back to the starting point.
From the west: A1 exit Sattledt > via Kremsmünster > Bad Hall > Steinbach an der Steyr
From the east: A1 exit Haag > Steyr > B140 into the Steyr valley
From the north: A3 Passau > Wels > A9 exit Sattledt > Kremsmünster > Bad Hall > Steinbach
From the south: A9 exit Klaus > into the Steyr valley
The Steyrtal is served by bus lines 452 (Rohr-Bad Hall-Steinbach a. d. Steyr) and 433 (Steyr-Molln-Kirchdorf).
Details at www.ooevv.at
With the Steyrtal Museum Railway www.steyrtalbahn.at
Molln/parking Scheiblingau in Bodinggraben Parking
- Parking space: 70
- Bus parking space: 5
- Suitable for groups
- Suitable for schools
- Pets allowed
- Suitable for teenagers
- Suitable for seniors
- Suitable for single travelers
- Suitable for friends
- Suitable for couples
- Early winter
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