Wilder Kaiser

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Advice and notes for your safety...

...on the long-distance hiking paths

The Wilder Kaiser fascinates by magical views, bizarre rock formations and gentle mountain meadows. When hiking, you will feel the weather much more strongly and directly than down in the valley. Good tour planning and compliance with important rules of conduct on the mountain increase your safety considerably.To let you hike safely along the Kaiserkrone, observe the 10 recommendations for safe mountain hiking as issued by the Österreichischer Alpenverein:

Proper conduct on the mountain

1. Healthily into the mountains

Mountain hiking is an endurance sport. The positive stress stimuli for the cardiovascular system require health and realistic self-assessment. Avoid time pressure and choose your speed so that no one in your group will be out of breath.

2. Careful planning

Hiking maps, guide literature, Internet and experts will inform you on the length, altitude difference, difficulty and the current situation. Always align your tours with your group! Particularly observe the weather report, since rain, wind and cold will increase the risk of accidents.

3. Complete equipment

Adjust your equipment to your project and observe a low backpack weight. Rain, cold and sun protection always belong in your backpack, as do a first-aid kit and mobile phone (Euro emergency number 112). Map or GPS support your orientation. For details and a checklist, see here.

4. The right shoes

Good hiking shoes protect and relieve the foot and improve good balance! Choose water-tight low-weight shoes with a perfect fit and slip-proof profile sole.

5. Good balance is the key.

Falls due to slipping or tripping are the most common cause of accidents! Observe that too-high speed or fatigue will strongly impair your balance and focus. Attention: rock fall: Attentive walking avoids kicking loose stones.

6. Stay on the marked paths.

The risk of losing your way, falling and rock fall increases in terrain without paths. Avoid shortcuts and return to the last known point if you have lost your way. Often underestimated and very dangerous: steep old-snow fields!

7. Regular breaks

Timely rest serves to recover, enjoy the landscape and the company. Food and drink are necessary to maintain performance and focus. Isotonic drinks are ideal thirst quenchers. Cereal bars, dried fruit and cookies will sate your hunger on the trail.

8. Responsibility for children

Observe that diversity and playful discovery are at the focus for children! In passages with a risk of falling, every adult can only take care of one child. Very exposed tours requiring long focus are not suitable for children.

9. Small groups

Small groups ensure flexibility and permit mutual help. Inform someone of the destination, route and return. Stay together in the group. Attention sole hikers: Even small incidents may cause severe distress.

10. Respect for nature

To protect the mountain nature: Do not leave any garbage behind, avoid loud noise, stay on the paths, do not disturb game and animals on pasture, do not touch plants and respect protected areas. Arrive by public transport or carpooling.
© Österreichischer Alpenverein, 2014 (These recommendations have been coordinated internationally in the Club Arc Alpin-Kommission Bergsport-Ausbildung-Sicherheit and passed by the members' assembly 2012.)
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