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Enzian-Granatsteig & Almbrunnsteig

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  • Familienwanderung entlang vom Enzian-Granat-Steig zum Granattor
    / Familienwanderung entlang vom Enzian-Granat-Steig zum Granattor
    Photo: Millstätter See - Bad Kleinkirchheim - Nockberge Tourismusmanagement GmbH, MBN Tourismusmanagement GmbH
  • / Granate auf der Millstätter Alpe
    Photo: MBN Tourismusmanagement GmbH
  • / Lammersdorfer Hütte
    Photo: Claudia Striednig, MBN Tourismusmanagement GmbH
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Distance 8 km
3:15 h
458 m
458 m
2,063 m
1,609 m
the blue gentian flowers from May to July. The gentian used to flavour schnapps is not this species but the rarer Great Yellow Gentian (Gentiana lutea). You may find a garnet during the walk. Garnet is a dark red semi-precious stone.

Author’s recommendation

you can enjoy dairy products freshly made at Lammersdorf hut and the filling “Hüttenpfandl” made with speck, eggs and bread. The manager of the refuge will guide you round the hut and will play a special instrument to bring good cheer to all.
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Millstätter Tourismus GmbH
Update: July 21, 2020
Difficulty
easy
Technique
Stamina
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Highest point
2,063 m
Lowest point
1,609 m
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Safety information

The most important emergency numbers in Austria

144 medical emergencies
140 Alpine emergency
112 European emergency

Start

Lammersdorfer Hütte (1,647 m)
Coordinates:
DD
46.816110, 13.626440
DMS
46°48'58.0"N 13°37'35.2"E
UTM
33T 395217 5185645
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Destination

Lammersdorf, 9872 Millstatt

Turn-by-turn directions

this circular route goes to the cross at Lammersdorfer Alm hut (1900 m) and Höhenbrunn rest area before climbing up to Stana-Mandl (2063 m). Sprinkled with garnet, the path continues almost flat up to the peak Obermillstätter Almkreuz (2046
m), then descends through pastures and on a forest road past the Ortner refuge (1900 m, not managed) before returning to the start point. For children: “Almbrunn’ Steig” path (ca. 2.30-3 hrs).
This follows the first stretch of the Gentian and Garnet Path (Enzian-Granat-Steig) and from Lammersdorf hut climbs to “Stana Mandl”. Eight stations along the way illustrate the importance of water in the life of the shepherd’s hut.

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all notes on protected areas

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Getting there

Coordinates

DD
46.816110, 13.626440
DMS
46°48'58.0"N 13°37'35.2"E
UTM
33T 395217 5185645
w3w 
///grids.optimum.quintet
Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Book recommendation by the author

Erlebniskarte lake and mountain encounters ® around the lake Millstätter - Millstatt Tourism Millstatt alpine trail. Hidden Mountain ® touch - Millstatt Tourism

Author’s map recommendations

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

Equipment

An important prerequisite for the success of a hike, is beside the careful study of the maps, the best equipment. Standard features include solid, well-fitting Berschuhe, as well as a water and windproof jacket and over trousers (rain). Sunglasses, mobile phone and first aid kit should also be found in a small backpack the necessary space.

 


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Roel van Rooij
August 25, 2020 · Community
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August 17, 2020 · Community
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Difficulty
easy
Distance
8 km
Duration
3:15 h
Ascent
458 m
Descent
458 m
Highest point
2,063 m
Lowest point
1,609 m
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