The transalpine "Traumpfad"
On foot over the Alps from Munich to Venice on the "Traumpfad". A unique journey that draws increasing numbers of walkers into its spell. One of the finest parts of this classic Alpine route runs through the Hall-Wattens region from the Karwendel (Hallerangerhaus) across the Inn valley and on into the Wattens valley or via the Glungezer to the Lizumer mountain hut. Look forward to a walk with many views and insights, not to mention a mountain hut evening in the Tyrol's highest "open-all-year-round" Alpine Club hut.
Start from the Hallerangerhaus and cross the Lafatscherjoch and the Issjöchl as far as what are known as the Herrenhäusern, the old administrative buildings for Hall's salt-mine. From here the path runs through the Hall valley. You may well be tempted to stop off for a drink or something to eat in the St Magdalena Alpengasthof. Take the old "Fluchtsteig" (or miners' "escape route" trail for when the snow was too deep) and enter the Hall valley.
When you arrive here you have to choose between the Alpine Classic Route I via Absam – Hall – Tulfes – the Glungezer mountain hut - Rosenjoch - Naviser Jöchl - Lizumer mountain hut
Or you can take the simpler and less demanding Route II via Gnadenwald - Fritzens - Wattens - Wattener Lizum – Lizumer mountain hut.
Alpengasthof St. Magdalena - Hall valley - Absam
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