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  • Update 15.02.2021: A negativ Corona-Test is necessary for the usage of cabel cars / to go skiing (except children who are 10 years old or younger and people showing a valid medical certificate). This regulation does not apply for the part of our ski area which is located in the federal state of Salzburg (Resterhöhe).

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  • Kostenlose COVID-Testmöglichkeit am Klosterfeld Parkplatz (täglich von 08.00 - 12.00 Uhr)!

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The Karstweg

...on the Kitzbüheler Horn

A unique hiking route runs from Trattalmmulde along impressive natural viewing points, way back into the history of the earth. Discover these cave-like structures - from more than 450 million years ago - in the guise of impressive sink-holes (karst holes).

From Trattalmulde (10 mins. up the valley from Alpenhaus) a lovely 2.4 km path takes you to the unique karst realm in the Kitzbüheler Horn. You reach Egglhöhe via impressive viewing points. Weanerstadt, with its sink holes (cave-like structures), provides impressive glimpses into the history of the earth - in a time long before the dinosaurs. The Karst hiking trail is a circular route for anyone and takes 1 1/2 hours to 2 1/2 hours to investigate. Well-worth experiencing this natural phenomenon.

  • Karstweg on the Horn
    Karstweg on the Horn
  • Unique hiking route
    Unique hiking route
  • impressive viewing points
    impressive viewing points
The Karst Trail - English
The Karst Trail - English

Explore this unique hiking trail.