Lynx Trail - Stage 03 Laussabaueralm-Admont
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Back to Civilization: over the Haller Walls to Admont with its famous Abbey.
Quality of experience: ******
- Multi-stage route
- Refreshment stops available
Return to Civilisation: Crossing the Haller Mauern mountain chain to the world-famous Admont Abbey
Starting from the Laussabaueralm mountain hostel, you follow the signposts marked ‘Klosterweg’. Once you have crossed the Karbach stream, you enter some woodlands where you climb over a fence stile. Heading left, you follow the forest road in a downstream direction. At the first crossroads, keep right and continue along the forest road. At the Sindlalm cabin bear left, and keep following the road. A bridge will take you over the Laussabach stream. Next, you reach the Hengstpass Road, which you follow for around 1 kilometre, walking in a downstream direction. At the Oberzwiesel car park (located just before the Sagwirt inn, in the hamlet of Oberlaussa) you turn right onto hiking trail no. 633 (towards the ‘Pölztal’ valley). You now find yourself on a gently ascending forest road that runs parallel to the Pölzalmbach stream, leading past several hunters’ cabins and alpine huts. Near the Menggalm pasture, you turn off onto a path which – crossing the forest road several times along the way – takes you to the Klapfboden pasture (997m). From there, the route gets steeper and you will have to navigate a step in the terrain before reaching the Kleiner Seeboden, a slightly wooded alpine pasture. Soon afterwards, the Grosser Seeboden comes into view – an impressive valley basin which you reach after a brief descent. Next, you walk along the even valley floor in a south-westerly direction, before embarking on the ascent to the Admonter Haus mountain hostel. From Admonter Haus, the route once again descends towards the valley: a two-and-a-half-hour hike takes you across alpine pastures, through a woodland area and past the ‘Johannesbründl’ spring, until you reach the villages of Hall and Admont. Even after a taxing trekking day, we highly recommend a visit to the world-famous Admont Abbey (which also houses the National Park exhibition project ‘A Passion for Nature’).
For more information:
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Mountain Rescue 140
Sturdy mountain walking boots or trail shoes, as well as a rucksack packed with essentials (water bottle, plasters for blisters, trail map, food etc.). You should also be well prepared for changes in the weather. If you are staying overnight in mountain huts don’t forget your sleeping bag!
Hints and tips
Lynx Trail Info & Booking Centre
Trail Angels GmbH
Obervellach 15, 9821 Obervellach
Tel.: +43 47 82 93 093
Lower Austria Information Office:
Mostviertel Tourismus GmbH
Neubruck 2/10, 3283 Scheibbs
Tel.: +43 (0) 7482 204 44
Upper Austria Information Office:
Tourismusverband Nationalpark Region Ennstal
Eisenstraße 75, 4462 Reichraming
Tel.: +43 (0) 7254 8414
Steiermark Information Office:
Hauptstraße 35, 8911 Admont
Tel. +43 (0) 3613 21160 10
Parkplatz Laussabauernalm am Hengstpass
Please get in touch for more information.
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