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today

morning
14°C
60% Fineweather
3100m
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morning 14°C

Wednesday

Wednesday
24°C
50% Fineweather
3700m
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Thursday

Thursday
25°C
60% Fineweather
3700m
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Forecast

With high pressure weakening, a shallow, thundery low from France is tracking towards our region. The day will start just like the previous day, pleasant and calm. In the afternoon, though, it will become increasingly muggy with cumulus clouds thickening to give thunderstorms before the evening.

Tendency

Until Friday, sunny spells will alternate with thunderstorms in the afternoon and the evening.

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Goetheweg to Arzler Scharte and Hungerburg

This high-altitude walk from Innsbruck to the Karwendel Alpine Park guarantees wonderful views of the Inn Valley, Innsbruck, and the Wipptal and Stubaital valleys. In the other direction, walkers can catch a glimpse of the impressive Praxmarerspitze. The Goetheweg is, in parts, extremely narrow and rocky, meaning that surefootedness is a must. The descent via Arzler Scharte is quite steep. This walk begins at Hafelekar, the Nordkettenbahn cable car's top station, accessible directly from Innsbruck city centre. From here, take Route 219 to the west and follow the trail south of the Hafelekarspitze. After heading downhill for a short time, the walk follows a level path on the southern side of the mountain, then winds its way up and down before heading into the Mühlkar corrie. Continuing west, pass the Mendelspitze and head steeply upwards to the Mandelscharte, before going down towards the Arzler Scharte. The descent from the Arzler Scharte along Route 217 is steep along the Schuttkegel to the south, before heading straight downwards after the forest's edge. At the next junction (not signposted), turn right above the road and follow the narrow mountain path to the Arzler Alm alpine hut, and a well-deserved refreshment break. Finally, it's just a short walk along the signposted route to Hungerburg.
Altitude up 200m
Highest Point 2286m
Route length 9.1km
Duration ascend 2h 30min
Total duration 4h
Starting point Hafelekar
Endpoint Hungerburg
City Innsbruck
Region Innsbruck City
Innsbrucker Nordkettenbahnen
6020 Innsbruck
+43 512 / 29 33 44
info@nordkette.com
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