Flachauwinkl - Südwienerhütte - Spirzinger (711, 27, 26)
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Possibility for lunch: Unterbichlhütte, Südwienerhütte, Scharfetthütte
With some luck you can watch groundhogs (or "Mangei" as we say here) and who keeps calm maybe can shoot a few photos from these wonderful animales.
On the Scharfetthütte is a binoculars ready to enjoy the wonderful panorama and to observe wild animals.
Safety informationStep security is necessary on the last part to the peak Spirzinger and Spazeck.
Tips and hintsHere you'll find more about hiking in Flachau: https://www.flachau.com/en/summer/hiking/
Info on the current weather on site: https://www.flachau.com/en/live/ or www.zamg.ac.at
Highway chapel in Flachauwinkl - via forest road to the "Unterbichlhütte" - path Nr. 711 - turn left after that and carry on path Nr. 711 - Südwienerhütte (ca. 1802m) - Spirzinger (2066m) path Nr. 27 -Spazeck (2065m) - on the way back from the Spazeck leads you on the right hand side a track downhill to the path Nr. 26 - in direction to Hafeichtkapelle/Scharfetthütte - back again to motorway chapel path Nr. 26
Who do not want to hike to the peak can walk directly on the road from the Südwienerhütte to the Scharfetthütte - path Nr. 26
Public transportSportwelt-bus to Flachauwinkl "Gasthofalm"
From June to September, the Sportweltbus is the ideal shuttle service for your hiking tours in the entire region (Flachau, Wagrain-Kleinarl, St. Johann-Alpendorf, Radstadt, Altenmarkt-Zauchensee, Eben, Filzmoos, Obertauern, Großarl & Hüttschlag).
With the Flachau Summer Card you can use the Sportweltbus for only Euro 1,00 per person and route. Children under 6 years travel free!
More information at: https://www.flachau.com/en/more/information/sportweltbus.html
Further connections: www.salzburg-verkehr.at
Getting thereFrom Flachau along the "Flachauwinklstraße" till the end of the valley (Gasthofalm) and from there to the highway chapel.
ParkingParking space at highway chapel
Author’s map recommendations
EquipmentThe basic equipment of a hiker includes:
o sturdy, high shoes with a grippy sole
o suitable mountain clothing
o enough to drink
o snacks for in-between
o sunglasses, sunscreen or rain protection if necessary
o mobile phone
o walking sticks
o First aid kit
- 12 Waypoints
- 12 Waypoints
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