Weisslehnkopf and Arnplattenspitze is a 7.5 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Ahrn, Tyrol, Austria that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
Hike in Wetterstein from Leutasch to Scharnitz through Arnplattenspitze A beautiful and demanding hike in Wetterstein Alps from Leutasch village nearby Innsbruck, Austria, through an attractive ridge with optional Arnplattenspitze climbing and finish in Scharnitz village. Arnplattenspitze, alias Ahrnplattenspitze (written with h), has a remarkable peak form and a short exacting climbing section of grade 2 (the most difficult grade is 7). The climbing labor is rewarded with fantastic panoramic views. The difficult trip from Leutasch (local part Ahrn) trailhead to Scharnitz through Arnplattenspitze is about 12.6 km, gaining about 1100 m in elevation. Basically, the hike can be divided into sections as follows: from Leutasch trailhead to Weisslehnkopf Plateau, the optional climbing loop to Arnplattenspitze, from Weisslehnkopf plateau to Scharnitz. This route shows a one way trip through to Scharnitz where you can take a train. You can also complete the route as an out and back hike.