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Kampenwand Via Ferrata and Multiday Hut Tour is a 15.4 mile point-to-point trail located near Sachrang, Bavaria, Germany that features a great forest setting and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, rock climbing, camping, and backpacking.

Length 15.4 mi Elevation gain 5,961 ft Route type Point to Point
Backpacking Camping Hiking Rock climbing Via ferrata Forest Views Scramble
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The multi-day tour from hut to hut starts in Innerwald, a small district of Aschau im Chiemgau. Unfortunately a bit difficult to reach by public transport. On the first day we ascend over the panorama path to the Schreck-Alm and reach after about 3 hours the Priener hut ( After an overnight stay at the cozy Priener hut we climb the Geigelstein and later the Weitlahnerkopf with impressive panoramic views of Wilder Kaiser, Loferer Steinberge and the Hohe Tauern. The last ascent leads us to the Sonnenalm ( at the Kampenwandbahn, where you can spend the night after a long and exhausting day of hiking and let yourself be pampered by the delicacies of the kitchen. The next day you will be well strengthened on the Kampenwand. At the Steinlingalm you can leave the luggage behind, because now difficult climbing sections require conditioning and concentration. The reward is an even more fantastic view over Chiemgau and Wilden Kaiser. The descent back to Steinlingalm is then only a matter of form. There, the reward waits in the form of a cool drink. In different ways then the return to the valley is possible. In Hohenaschau, where a visit to the castle is worthwhile, the tour ends. Tip: If you do not want to get away, you can also float into the valley on the Kampenwandbahn.

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