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today

afternoon
12°C/54°F
0% Fineweather
2500mm
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Wednesday

Wednesday
14°C/57°F
30% Fineweather
2600mm
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Thursday

Thursday
18°C/64°F
70% Fineweather
2900mm
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Forecast

A large area of low pressure is situated over Central Europe! Low pressure does not necessarily mean bad weather as each low contains areas of rain as well as brighter areas. For today we should be pessimistic, however! Unfortunately, our region is at the heart of the main area of precipitation and we will therefore get thick cloud and frequent precipitation.

Tendency

On Wednesday, high pressure will increase and the risks of showers decrease. Simultaneously, temperatures will rise.

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From Solsteinhaus it’s steep climbs and rock scrambles north-westward towards Eppzirler Scharte Notch. The trail goes up to the notch (offers superb close-ups of Großer and Kleiner Solstein Peaks).
Beyond a scree cirque, taking you to charming Eppzirler Alm Alpine Pasture Hut. From there you begin your descent into Eppzirlertal Valley on a broad road that follows Gießenbach Brook across pristine Gießenbachklamm Ravine on a rugged trail. From Gießenbach the trail heads to Scharnitz, and across Hoher Sattel and through thinning forest to Leutasch/Ahrn.
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Burggraben 3
6020 Innsbruck
Altitude up 870 m
Altitude down 1530 m
Highest Point 2110 m
Route length 20 km
Duration ascend 6h 30min
Total duration 6h 30min
Starting point Solsteinhaus
Endpoint Leutasch/Ahrn
Best season Juni - September
City Innsbruck
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Eagle Walk Stage 15: Solsteinhaus – Leutasch

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