Pöllinger Hütte Rundweg


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This route, leading to the popular Pöllinger Hütte as its highest tour point impresses with its sunny orientation and well prepared and cleared paths.

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Winter-proof mountain boots with tread soles, backpack, winter clothing, hiking poles, Grödel, food and drink, maps, first aid and a mobile phone

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Starting from the Kanzelbahn mountain station, you go around the Sunn Alm restaurant counterclockwise, passing the public toilet and the toboggan hill. After the short climb up the toboggan hill you reach the storage pond. In winter you will also find the first signs for the Steinwenderhütte (path no. 31). You follow the path in this direction and after the reservoir you reach a small parking lot and shortly afterwards on the road to the Waldtratte parking lot.

Following the road uphill, as you pass through a tunnel (be careful!) and reach the parking lot. Here you will find the signpost to the Pöllinger Hütte (path no. 52/176). Follow the signs across the road and across the slope after a few minutes' walk (attention!). On the opposite side you pass the next signage, which now leads you seamlessly through the Pöllinger settlement to the Pöllinger Hütte (path no. 176). In front of the hut you have to cross the slope again (attention!).

After a rest on one of the most beautiful sun terraces on the mountain, follow the signs (on the wall of the mountain station) towards the Kammerhütte (path no. 1762) and descend to the first bend. Here you take the left-hand course of the road towards Kanzelhöhe (path no. 41) and first reach the parking lot at Waldtratte and the starting point at the Kanzelhöhe mountain station.

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Annenheim can be reached at regular intervals by public transport.

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Click here for the Carinthia train station shuttle.

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DANGER! The slope has to be crossed once, between the Waldtratte car park and the Pöllinger settlement. Due to the skiers, pay particular attention to your children and yourself. Due to the slope safety regulations, some hiking trail signage locations had also to be removed for the winter season.

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