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Ring on the legendary, mystic Mount Mirnock

Mountain Hike · Villach - Faaker See - Ossiacher See
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14.1 km
5:30 h
1,146 m
1,146 m
This mountain has special characteristics: the sacred fir tree with seven trunks, the herb garden, the three drinking troughs, Lochvisier Stein menhir-rock, and the wind organ on nearby Mount Palnock. The “Scala Paradisi” leads up to the summit of Mirnock (30 steps), from where there is a marvellous view over Millstätter See, the Hohe Tauern and Grossglockner, the
tallest peak in Austria.

Author’s recommendation

Tip: Stone Crayfish Path

Refreshment points: Gasthaus Klammer and Gingerhütte

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Millstätter See Tourismus GmbH
Updated: July 19, 2018
Difficulty
moderate
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Stamina
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Highest point
2,094 m
Lowest point
1,042 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

 

Start

Gasthaus Klammer (1.134 m ) - Mooswald 22, 9712 Fresach (1,053 m)
Coordinates:
DD
46.733730, 13.695290
DMS
46°44'01.4"N 13°41'43.0"E
UTM
33T 400317 5176401
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Destination

Gasthaus Klammer (1.134 m ) - Mooswald 22, 9712 Fresach

Turn-by-turn directions

from Gasthaus Klammer you take an unpaved road to Gingerhütte refuge. You then pass by Gingeralm shepherd’s hut, Rindernock hill and up to the top of Mirnock where the Kult and Kloster lines meet.

The way down passes by Gotzeralm shepherd’s hut, “Kalten Brunn” lookout spot, and then passes through a forest road to Höher farm before arriving at Gasthaus Klammer.

Background: Klammer inn was where the great ski champion Franz Klammer was born. In addition to the gold medal he won in the men’s downhill event at the Innsbruck Winter Olympics in 1976, Klammer won the World Ski Championships on several occasions and the World Cup four times. He also came first at least once in all the classic downhill races, winning four times on the Hahnenkamm piste in Kitzbühel and in Val Gardena, and three times on the Lauberhorn in Wengen. It is not unusual to see him in this area.

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Getting there

Coordinates

DD
46.733730, 13.695290
DMS
46°44'01.4"N 13°41'43.0"E
UTM
33T 400317 5176401
w3w 
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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

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.

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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
14.1 km
Duration
5:30h
Ascent
1,146 m
Descent
1,146 m
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