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BergeSeen Trail 03: Steinbach - St. Wolfgang

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Starting place: 4853 Steinbach am Attersee
Destination: 5360 St. Wolfgang im Salzkammergut

duration: 6h 4m
length: 20,6 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 538m
Altitude difference (downhill): 466m

Lowest point: 471m
Highest point: 802m
difficulty: medium
condition: medium
panoramic view: Great panorama

Paths covering:
Asphalt, Path / trail, Gravel, Street, Hiking trail, Other

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Short description:

Lange, aber landschaftlich sehr vielfältige Wanderung auf Forststraßen und Waldwegen.



Technique: *



Quality of experience: ****



Recommended season:

  • April
  • May
  • June
  • July
  • August
  • September
  • October



Properties:

  • Multi-stage route
  • Scenic
  • Refreshment stops available

Description:

Die 3. Etappe des Salzkammergut BergeSeen Trails führt ins Herz der Region hinein – vom Attersee über die stillen Höhen um den Schwarzensee zum Wolfgangsee.



Directions:

Vom Tourismusbüro in Steinbach am Attersee 01 gehen Sie neben der Volksschule zur nahen Großalmstraße, die Sie überqueren. Geradeaus nach dem Wegweiser „Nikoloweg“ und von der folgenden Gabelung links auf dem Ernst-Bitterlich-Weg weiter. Sich rechts haltend gelangen Sie durch den Dürrenbachgraben zu einer Wiese, wo der schmale Nikoloweg rechts abzweigt. Er führt im sanften Auf und Ab durch Waldhänge, weist an einer Stelle Stufen auf und quert einige Forststraßen, bei denen Sie stets der Beschilderung Richtung Weißenbach folgen. Nach 45 Minuten gehen Sie oberhalb des Forstamts geradeaus über den Brennerriesensteig und steigen danach etwas an. Nach einer weiteren Abzweigung geht’s ins steile Schutzwaldgelände unter dem Höllengebirge, vorbei an einem Rastplatz und an der Abzweigung des Attersee-Klettersteiges. Der mit Geländern abgesicherte Weg führt durch eine Felsflanke. Sie steigen über eine Metalltreppe ab und passieren eine kurze mit einem Stahlseil gesicherte Passage. Nach den Schutzmauern gegen Steinschlag führt rechts ein Weg zur Bundesstraße hinunter. Geradeaus kommen Sie dagegen zur nahen St.-Nikolaus-Kapelle. Von dort gehen Sie scharf nach rechts einige Schritte zu einer Villa und rechts – vorbei an einer riesigen Rotbuche – zurück zum Hotel Post in Weißenbach am Attersee 02 (470 m). Bushaltestelle und Schiffsanlegestelle an der Bundesstraße. 1:30 h


Von der nahen Straßenabzweigung gehen Sie Richtung Unterach, schwenken kurz darauf rechts auf den Friedrich-Gulda-Weg ein und folgen schließlich wieder der Bundesstraße (Gehsteig) über die Weißenbachbrücke und zum Atterseeufer (das nun die Grenze zum Bundesland Salzburg bildet). Folgen Sie dem Rad- und Gehweg neben der Fahrbahn bis zu einem Parkplatz. Gleich danach zeigt das Schild „Eisenau, Schwarzensee, St. Wolfgang“ nach links – dort überqueren Sie die Fahrbahn zur Abzweigung einer Forststraße. 


Auf der Schotterstraße geht’s nun – nach den Markierungen der Weitwanderwege 04 und 06 – Richtung „Eisenau, Schwarzensee“ empor. In Kehren wandern Sie durch Waldhänge hinauf, bleiben bei einer Abzweigung rechts und erreichen das Gebiet der alten Lasseralm. Neben dem gleichnamigen Bach steigen Sie weiter an, bis Sie über einen 800 m hoch gelegenen Sattel in einen Graben und zur – wieder im Land Oberösterreich gelegenen – Moosalm 03 (772 m) kommen. Die links abzweigende Forststraße führt neben dem Moosbach und einer Stromleitung vorbei an den Feuchtwiesen in der Nähe der Gschwandtner Hütte zum Schwarzensee04 (716 m). Vom Nordende des Sees wandern Sie rechts entlang des Ufers zu den Gaststätten „Zur Lore“ und „Almstadl“, die zur Einkehr einladen. 5:00 h


Beim Almstadl zweigen Sie auf den Sattelweg (Nr. 28) Richtung St. Wolfgang ab. Neben dem Schwarzenbach und durch Wald ansteigend erreichen Sie eine Wiese; gleich darauf wird auch der Sattel (800 m) am Strubeck überschritten. Im Abstieg kommen Sie an der kleinen Mauruskapelle mit ihrem auffallenden Dach vorbei. Sich rechts haltend erreichen Sie bald die Jausenstation Holzerbauer und damit die nächste Einkehrmöglichkeit. Rechts auf dem Weg Nr. 28 durch den Wald bergab zu den ersten Häusern von St. Wolfgang. Gerade weiter leicht ansteigend zum „Ahornplatz“, dann links abwärts Richtung Wolfgangsee, zuletzt rechts haltend zum Marktplatz von St. Wolfgang 05 (548 m). 


Vor dem östlichen Portal des Tunnels der Umfahrungsstraße befindet sich das Infobüro des Wolfgangsee Tourismus; Bushaltestelle und Schiffsanlegestelle im nahen Zentrum des Marktes. 1:30 h


 


 



Tip:

Gipfelabstecher auf den Großen Schoberstein (1.037 m)


Hinweis: Busverbindung (Linie 562) 



Safety guidelines:

  • Im alpinen Gelände ist auf die Gefahr durch Steinschlag zu achten.

  • Bis in den Frühsommer hinein können Sie dort auf steile Schneefelder oder Firnrinnen stoßen – speziell bei Vereisung besteht dann akute Absturz- und damit Lebensgefahr!

  • Durch Unwetterschäden, Forstarbeit oder Baumaßnahmen können einzelne Wegabschnitte zeitweise nur erschwert oder gar nicht passierbar sein.

  • Kühe auf der Alm sind oft neugierig. Durch die Mutterkuhhaltung entwickeln sie einen ausgeprägten Trieb, ihre Kälber zu schützen. Bewegen Sie sich auf Kuhweiden also ruhig, halten Sie mindestens 20 m Distanz zu den Tieren und streicheln Sie keinesfalls Kälber!
    Bei Drohgebärden (Scharren, Stampfen) langsam rückwärts weggehen (nicht den Rücken zuwenden). Hunde an die Leine, sie dürfen Kühe nicht verbellen oder gar jagen. Bei einem Angriff muss man sie unbedingt von der Leine lassen.



Equipment:

Für alle Etappen benötigen Sie Wander- bzw. Bergschuhe mit Profilgummisohle sowie wind- und regendichte Kleidung.


Reservewäsche zum Wechseln und eine kleine Notfallapotheke sollten ebenfalls im Rucksack sein. Wieviel Proviant Sie einpacken – das richtet sich nach der Anzahl an Einkehrmöglichkeiten. Auf jeden Fall sollten Sie genug zu Trinken mitnehmen. Teleskopstöcke sind vor allem beim Bergabgehen hilfreich.



Additional information:

Mit freundlicher Zurverfügungstellung des Textes durch den KOMPASS-Verlag und Wolfgang Heitzmann.


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Starting point: Steinbach am Attersee
Destination: St. Wolfgang im Salzkammergut

further information:
  • Multi-day tour
  • Board possible

Travelling by public transport
Route planner for independent travellers
Most economical season
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Autumn

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BergeSeen Trail 03: Steinbach - St. Wolfgang
Tourismusverband Attersee-Attergau
Attergaustraße 55
4880 St. Georgen im Attergau

Phone +43 7666 7719 - 0
E-Mailinfo@attersee.at
Webattersee-attergau.salzkammergut.at
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Tour-Details

Starting place: 4853 Steinbach am Attersee
Destination: 5360 St. Wolfgang im Salzkammergut

duration: 6h 4m
length: 20,6 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 538m
Altitude difference (downhill): 466m

Lowest point: 471m
Highest point: 802m
difficulty: medium
condition: medium
panoramic view: Great panorama

Paths covering:
Asphalt, Path / trail, Gravel, Street, Hiking trail, Other

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