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Klinke Hütte Lodge

Klinke Hütte Lodge

Off to a good start,

This lodge owned by the Austrian Alpine Association is open all year long and closed only one day a week, making it the perfect starting point for hiking tours. Want to come by car? No problem either.

Maintaining a good neighbourly relationship takes an effort from both sides. This is why Klinke Hütte Lodge is connected to the high plateau Kaiserau, Flitzengraben notch and Mödlingerhütte Lodge by a toll road. The parking lot at the lodge is also the starting point for the popular family hiking route to Lahngang Peak and to Wagenbänkalm Hut, where you have a wonderful view of the whole Paltental Valley. In short: there are countless peaks, hiking and walking routes and many other possibilities for experiencing the Gesäuse and its nature.

All year round.

Even in winter you can spend a night or two at the conveniently located lodge. Start at Kaiserau and don’t forget to take your snow shoes in case there’s snow. Those who fancy a sledge race have come to the right place – Klinkehütte Lodge is a Gesäuse classic when it comes to tobogganing. Racing down the mountain is made easy here with rentals available directly at the lodge.

Breath the lodge feeling.

Klinke Hütte Lodge offers everything you expect from a lodge and much more – hearty meals, refreshing drinks and comfy beds for a deep sleep. The Austrian Alpine Association is the owner of this lodge and as such makes sure that it is fully equipped.

Ascent:

  • from Admont via Sieglalm pasture on trail no. 601 in 3.5 h
  • via Scheiblegger Hochalm, Kreuzkogel Peak and Riffel Peak, trail no. 601A (I+) in 5 h
  • via Kaiserau, trail no. 654 in 1 h

Transition / Tour / Summits:

  • To the Mödlingerhütte Lodge: trail no. 608, 2 h
  • Admonter Kalbling Peak (2196 m): on trail no. 655 via Kalblinggatterl in 2 h, traversing to Sparafeld Peak (2247 m) in approx. 45 min.
  • Lahngang Peak (1778 m): no trail markers, to Kalblinggatterl, turn right and ascend directly to the eastern summit in 1.5 h.
  • Loop trail: Riffel Peak (2106 m) – Kreuzkogel Peak (2011 m) on trail no. 601A (ridge walk I+). Descent via Scheiblegger Hochalm – unmarked

»Jagasteig« – Klinkehütte Lodge

Climbing:

  • Ideal conditions at the Admonter Kalbling Peak: e.g. southern ridge (IV-), western wall (IV), southern wall (IV+).

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