Wilder Kaiser

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Who can do the Kaiserkrone?

Difficulty

Apart from consistent signage and path marking, hiking paths are generally classified in three difficulties: Hiking paths (easy), mountain paths (medium to difficult) and alpine routes (very difficult). The classification of the legs is aligned with the hiking and mountain path concept of the state of Tyrol.The Kaiserkrone is a medium tour along the entire path and thus a red mountain path with leg lengths of 8-16 km.

Definition

DefinitionMedium ("red") mountain paths are often narrow and steep and may be exposed in parts. Short secured walking passages or short sections for which supporting use of the hands is of benefit may be included. Such paths should only be taken by mountain hikers with good balance and stamina with the corresponding mountain equipment and alpine experience.

The respective signs have a yellow background and a red dot to indicate difficulty.
2 adults
  • 1 adult
  • 2 adults
  • Family & more

1. Room

1. Child

2. Child

3. Child

4. Child

5. Child

6. Child

At the timeof arrival

Zimmer

2. Room

1. Child

2. Child

3. Child

4. Child

5. Child

6. Child

At the timeof arrival

Zimmer

3. Room

1. Child

2. Child

3. Child

4. Child

5. Child

6. Child

At the timeof arrival

Zimmer