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The Sellrainer Höhenwanderweg trail – Innsbruck Region
The Sellrainer Höhenwanderweg trail
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hard
Difficulty
Difficulty
hard
Altitude up
1120 METER
Max altitude
2142 METER
Max. route length
15 KM
Walking time uphill
7H
Starting point
car park by the Zirmbachalm between Haggen and Kühtai (free)
Endpoint
Oberperfuss Bergbahnen car park (free)
Best season
May
June
July
August
September
Road quality
mountain trail
 
Information/food
 
Tyrolean hike medal
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The Sellraintaler Höhenweg is a high altitude trail that leads along the two-thousand-metre contour line from the Zirmbachalm mountain hut, which lies between Haggen and Kühtai, to the Rosskogelhütte mountain hut on Rangger Köpfel mountain in Oberperfuss.

The trail is well-signposted and starts 300 metres east of the Zirmbachalm, initially leading steeply uphill to the terraced pastures on Sonnberg mountain. From there, it continues at a moderate incline high above the Sellrain Valley, passing through the alpine pastures of the Haggen and Peider Sonnberg, traversing the slopes of the Koflerspitze and Weißstein to just below the Rosskogel and then finally continuing from Kögele to the Rosskogelhütte mountain hut. From there, you can take the gondola down to Oberperfuss for a relaxing trip back into the valley. From the Höhenweg trail, it is possible to make a detour up to the summit of Seejoch, Weißstein or Rosskogel.

There are routes back to the valley in various places along the way: via the Sonnbergalm to St. Sigmund, along the Heuriesenweg trail to Gries im Sellrain or via St. Quirin to Sellrain.

 



Arrival, public transport


Regiobus Sellrain Valley - bus 4166 Postbus Oberperfuss - bus 4165

In the surrounding area



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Elevation profile

Forecast

A cold front is extending to our region from the North. It will not arrive here before the night, however in the hours before the arrival, the first thunderstorms may form, as is often the case with cold fronts. The first thunderstorms will break out in the morning being followed by further thunderstorms during the afternoon.

Tendency

From Sunday we will see an improvement in the weather: The weather over the next few days will be influenced by high pressure and a warm southerly air flow accompanied by foehn winds.

afternoon
17°C/63°F

Tomorrow

Sunday
23°C/73°F
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