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Seven Summits Weekend (Stage 1 of 2).

Mountain Hike

Seven Summits Weekend (Stage 1 of 2).

At the Seven Summits Weekend, condition-strong hikers, but also trail runners, will get their money’s worth. The challenging 2-day tour has it in itself, because the seven summits have to be worked hard on long stages. On the programme on day 1: A total of 32 km of route, for which good 16 hours of walking should be planned at normal walking speed. Four beautiful peaks are celebrated on this dream tour. You spend the night relaxing in the valley before going on the other three mountains in the second part of the tour. Here, the 28-kilometre hike is expected to take about 13 1⁄2 hours. Especially for ambitious trail runners, the Seven Summits Weekend is a challenge with many scenic highlights and varied trails.

Stage 1: Hochkünzelspitze – Rothorn – Hochberg – Braunarlspitze (walking time: 16 hours)

Stage 2: Peanut Flow – Juppenspitze – Höferspitze (Time: 13 1⁄2 hours)

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Details.

directions_run Typ:Mountain Hike

Level:Hard

arrow_right_alt Distance:32,0 km

access_time Duration:989 min

trending_up Elevation gain:3077 hm

trending_down Elevation decrease:3059 hm

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Seven Summits Weekend (Stage 1 of 2).

GPS 47.25266500 / 10.08944600

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Recommended equipment.

This should never be missing on the mountain.

Backpack, First-Aid Set incl. Bladder plaster, telephone with emergency number, cash, drinking bottle, pocket knife, provisions, sun protection in good weather.

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Directions.

Touring.

Schröcken village square - Plot Stutz - Plot Unterboden - Landsteg - Schadonapass - Hochkünzelspitze - Biberacher Hütte - Fürggele - Litahütte - Rothorn - Fürggele - Hochberg - Fürggele - Braunarlspitze - Butzensee - Jägersteig - Hochgletscher - Alpe Felle - Schröcken village square

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Parking.

All information about parking spaces can be found here.

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Public transport.

All information about the buses can be found here.

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Safety.

Emergency numbers.

140 - Alpine emergencies throughout Austria

144 - Alpine emergencies in Vorarlberg

112 - Euro emergency call

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