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Austria
Tirol
Imst
Mieming
Wettersteingebirge

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R47 Coburger Hütte » Wolfratshauser Hütte
  |   4h55   |   12.2 km   |   891 m   |   1021 m

The next stage involves changing from the Wetterstein mountain range into the Lechtal Alps, with the changeover taking place in a rather unspectacular manner in mixed mountain woodland. From Biberwier, walk through the wood once again for quite a climb up to the Wolfratshauser Hut.

Point Segment
Name Services Information Marking
Coburger Hütte
1889 m
| D  1.3 km / 0h25
Biberwiererscharte
2006 m
|   2.3 km / 0h55
Langlehn
1296 m
| CD  3.2 km / 1h00
Biberwier
1012 m
| BC  3.5 km / 2h05
Grubig Alm
1706 m
| C  1.9 km / 0h30
Wolfratshauser Hütte
1761 m
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Useful topographic maps
  • Nr. 4/1 Wettestein, Mieminger Gebirge, West ~ Oesterreichischer Alpenverein (1:25.000)
  • WK 352 Ehrwald, Lermoos, Reutte, Tannheimer Tal ~ Freytag & Berndt (1:50.000)
  • Werdenfelser Land ~ Topographische Karte (1:50.000)
  • Nr. 4, Füssen - Außerfern ~ Kompass (1:50.000)
  • ÖK 50 116 ~ Bundesmat f. Eich- u. Vermessungswesen (1:50.000)
Useful guidebooks
  • Österreichischer Weitwanderweg 01 "Nordalpenweg" ~ Styria (ISBN 3-222-11798-5)
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  • SPYD - 2017-08-11
    Grande descente bien raide jusqu'à Bieberwier (pause café). Tout le long de cette descente nous avons croisé les coureurs du marathon du Zugspitze. Vraiment bravo !
    La remontée vers Grubigalm n'est pas une petite promenade. Comme le refuge Wolfratshauser était complet, nous avions réservé au Grubig Hutte (300m plus haut). Très bien à tout point de vue.
  • Eva - 2017-07-21
    Biberwier Camping Mariencamp is super, 10,- for a night, friendly staff and great showers. In Biberwier is a supermarket, open from 7.30 until 18.30. The path through the forest between Biberwier and Biberwier Scharte is well marked now.
  • Daniel - 2016-09-26
    Wolfratshauser Hut is in winter more popular than in summer. So chances are real that you will spend the night alone for a change! Showers are free.
  • mmcgrathbl@eircom.net - 2013-08-21
    The trail is badly marked between Grubig Alm and Biberwier.
  • Elisabeth - 2012-12-29
    A partir de la brèche de Biberwier, le sentier est très dégradé jusqu'à la forêt. Après le village, la signalisation laisse à désirer et la description du topo n'aide pas beaucoup !
    Automatic translation [Google]
    From the breach Biberwier, the trail is very poor to the forest. After the village, signage is poor and the description of the topography does not help much
Last update : 2011-07-04