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Ring on Mirnock

Hikes · Villacher Skiberge
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moderate
12.6 km
5:02 h
1029 m
1029 m
in the zone of Gschriet above Millstätter See, you will find “energy points” that give off high-frequency clockwise energy. These beneficial hot spots were discovered by the German dowser Josef Georg from Eppelborn. At energy point 2 he discovered a frequency so high that it enters the violet end of the spectrum, which corresponds to cosmic radiation.

Difficulty
moderate
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Highest point
2092 m
Lowest point
1170 m
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Safety information

The most important emergency numbers in Austria

144 ambulance service

140 alpine emergency call

112 European emergency number

Equipment

An important condition for the success of a hike is the study of the maps and optimal equipment. The basic equipment is fitting climbing boots and a water repelling and windproof jacket and trousers (rain shelter). Sun glasses, mobile phone and a first aid package should be in your backpack.

Start

Haus Spieler (1177 m)
Coordinates:
Geographic
46.755600, 13.677500
UTM
33T 398999 5178854

Destination

Gschriet (Ferndorf)

Turn-by-turn directions

from Haus Spieler (where there are few parking spaces) follow an unpaved road for about 1.30 hrs until you reach Neugartenhütte refuge (not managed) on Rauteralm. The first 400 metres rise can be climbed following a shorter path. From Neugartenhütte refuge continue on a path (marked 1901/190) to the top of Mirnock. Return: via the summit of Bodennock and the former Possegger hotel.

Note


all notes on protected areas

Getting there

from the direction of Döbriach Ferndorf shine in their own cars

Parking

Limited parking
Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Book recommendation by the author

Discovery map Lake and mountain encounters ® around lake Millstätter See – Millstätter See Tourismus

The Millstätter See alpine Trail. Hidden Places ® - Millstätter See Tourismus

 

Author’s map recommendations

Kompass 066 Millstätter See Freytag & Berndt WK 221 Liesertal - Maltatal - Millstätter See


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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
12.6 km
Duration
5:02h
Ascent
1029 m
Descent
1029 m
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