Innsbruck Region


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The Oberhofer Höhenweg trail – Innsbruck Region
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Difficulty
Difficulty
medium
Altitude up
1973 METER
Max altitude
2400 METER
Max. route length
19.4 KM
Walking time uphill
4H
Starting point
Zirmbachalm (1.799 m), Kühtai
Endpoint
Center of Oberhofen im Inntal
Road quality
Wanderweg, Wandersteig
 
Information/food
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The Oberhofer Höhenweg trail leads from the Sellrain Valley to the Inn Valley. There are two possible starting points: the Zirnbachalm mountain hut near Kühtai or the car park and bus stop located between the snow sheds (the avalanche structures that protect the road) on the L13 road. Either way, the route starts by following a narrow path uphill to the Flaurlinger Scharte (2,400 m). On the Inn Valley side, the route then leads to the Oberhofer Melkalm hut (1,700 m), where you get wonderful views down into the valley. It is important to keep an eye on the time because there are no places to stay along the way. From the Oberhofer Melkalm hut, the route leads downhill to the village of Oberhofen.


Return journey: You can get back to the start of the hike on public transport. 



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Forecast

Even if low pressure persists on Wednesday, the weather will not be too bad all in all: thick cloud will alternate with clearer spells and occasional showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon in particular.

Tendency

There are no significant changes expected for the next few days, but temperatures will increase a bit.

morning
12°C/54°F

Tomorrow

Thursday
19°C/66°F
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