“Moor & more” Rocky Loop

“Moor & more” Rocky Loop

“Moor & more” Rocky Loop

Description

The Rocky loop departs from the hiking starting point at Hüttling, above the bathing lake. You should walk along the forest road towards the Wilder Kaiser, accompanied by the rushing of the Sinnersbach stream, before bearing right. Throughout the moorland, there are play areas for children, information boards with interesting facts and overview plans for orientation purposes. At the “stone hill”, a forest trail will lead you to the subsequent stations and then back on to the forest road. Follow the road through the well-shaded forest, always staying on the Rocky circuit that is identified with small stickers on the signs. You will then come to a clearing that provides a wonderful view over the valley. The sheltered rest area is an inviting option for taking a break. From here, you should then head downhill along small and easy root-covered trails and paths before following the forest road for a short while. A forest trail will then bring you to the road, which in turn leads to the large forest play area and the Römerhof inn. Be sure to take a quick look at both. Alternatively, you can turn right straight away and follow the trail back towards Going. This will guide you through groomed meadows that offer a fantastic view of the Wilder Kaiser and the imposing Kitzbüheler Horn mountain behind it. At the Mühleggl forester’s lodge, bear right and head uphill for a short distance to return to the starting point of the tour.

The Rocky Loop is suitable for children from 5 years, as long as they are somewhat used to walking. Since the trail can be narrow and uneven with lots of exposed tree roots in places, it is not suitable for strollers. It´s a great trail for all ages but be prepared to carry little ones. A backpack carrier is a good solution for babies and toddlers. 
Take a puzzle book from the tourist information office and have fun solving riddles. At the end of the hike, and when every square of the loop is punched out, young moorland explorers can pick up a small surprise gift at the tourist office in Going. 

Tip: the guided family hike at the moor is just the ticket for anyone looking to learn more about this wonder of nature. Whether watching aquatic animals or enjoying a fresh snack you’ve picked on the way, there’s plenty to do on this voyage of natural discovery through Going’s crowning glory!
 

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Information

  • From start of May to end of October

  • The composition of the trail varies between forest roads, meadow paths, forest trails and short sections of asphalt.

  • Rucksack, hiking/mountaineering boots, hiking gear (breathable), sun protection (sunglasses, sun cream, headgear), waterproofs (hardshell), water bottle, food for eating on the way, hiking poles if desired, plastic bag for waste, hiking map

  • Arrival:
    On the B178 road coming from Wörgl, Kufstein take the turnoff Going Stanglwirt and park at the car park Hüttling.

  • Parking:
    public car park Hüttling, Going - charges apply €2,00 per day

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