Trekking ... the supreme discipline of hiking, 7 days
On the Berliner Höhenweg, mountain hikers can hike through genuine Alpine history. In the middle of the 19th century, the Zillertal was a hotbed of mountain climbing, and Ginzling was the mountaineering village of that time. In 1879, the Berliner Hütte was the first mountain hut in the Zillertal and has been protected as a historic monument since 1997. As early as 1889, the crossing from the Berliner Hütte over the Schönbichler Horn to the newly built Furtschaglhaus was developed as a high-altitude path.This passage was the basis of today’s network of Alpine paths. The Berliner Höhenweg leads through the heart of the Zillertal Alps Nature Park –from the Gamshütte to the Edelhütte. Vast views of the mountain scenery and its glaciers are awaiting mountain hikers as is wonderful insight into the natural beauty of this high Alpine landscape.
|Day 1: Finkenberg 910m - Gamshütte 1921m||Day 5: Berliner Hütte 2044m – Greizer Hütte 2227m|
|Day 2: Gamshütte 1921m – Friesenberghaus 2498m||Day 2: Greizer Hütte 2227m – Kassler Hütte 2178m|
|Day 3: Friesenberghaus 2498m – Furtschagelhaus 2295m||Day 7: Kassler Hütte 2178m – Edelhütte 2238m|
|Day 4: Furtschagelhaus 2295m – Berliner Hütte 2044m|
All important information
Trekking tour from hut to hut
Physically-demanding high- altitude path that requires surefootedness and a head for heights. Each day’s stage may take up to 9 hrs.
Alpine School Mountain Sports
No. of Participants
min. 4 people
Expenses from the mountain guide € 30,- per day
Lift ticket Ahornbahn
Possible extra fee it the minimun numbers of participanst is not reached
€ 915,- per person
- 7 touring days
- Led by a state-certified IVBV mountain guide
- Hut accomodation with HB
You should register as early as possible to reserve your desired date. After we have received your registration, you will get a written confirmation. We then ask you to make a deposit. The remaining balance will be due on-site at the beginning of the tour.