Tour 56: 12,7 km - 950hm - 5:45 h - Difficulty: medium
An enjoyable alpine pasture and ridge hike in the Wölzer Tauern in the Mur Valley in the heart of Styria with three or even four summits.
With the Wildalm and the managed Wildalmhütte, you arrive after a short ascent in an attractive hiking area in the Wölzer Tauern. Over the summer months, you will find several hundred sheep around the Wildalm, which are allowed to graze on these lush alpine pastures. Starting from the Wildalm, which is one of the most beautiful Styrian sheep pastures, you can also make a wonderful high-altitude tour and hike to three or four peaks above 2000 meters. The ridge hike leads over the Kleinhansl (2217 m), the Jauriskampl (2064 m) to the Hirnkogel (2012 m).
And the icing on the cake is the exposed path from Kleinhansl to Großhansl (2217 m), where sure-footedness and a head for heights are required.
Conclusion: panoramic circular trail