Hike E5 Crossing The Alps: From Zams to Braunschweiger Hut in the Tyrolean Oberland: Position on map

Hike E5 Crossing The Alps: From Zams to Braunschweiger Hut

Zams, Landeck, Mittelberg, Wenns, Jerzens

Elevation

Min: 768 m
Max: 2,747 m
Uphill: 3,565 m
Downhill: 776 m
  • Upload GPS data
About the author
last update on 9 Jun 2017
Rate the Hike
0
(1)
Travel Deals & Tips
Facts
Difficulty
Moderate
Distance: 56.04 km
Duration:9 h
Start:Zams/Landeck
Finish:Braunschweiger Hut
Min: 768 m
Max: 2,747 m
Uphill: 3,565 m
Downhill: 776 m

Best Season

Trail characteristics

Asphalt
Dirt road
Forest track
Hiking trail
Experts only

Interesting facts

  • Elevated between 768 m and 2,747 m, the hike is among the 15 highest elevated hikes in Austria. You're facing an uphill climb of 3565 vertical meters on this hike. This is quite much. You should be fit to do this track. This makes the hike one of the 10 hikes with the most ascent in Austria.
  • With an overall length of 56 km the hike is among the 15 longest hikes in Austria available on TouriSpo.com.
  • Sturdy hiking boots are recommended on this track. If you get hungry along the way, there are places to rest and get food. Nevertheless it’s recommended to also have enough water and food in your backpack when hiking or biking.

Route description

© TouriSpo GmbH, Ben Ammer

Once you reached the city of Zams and Landeck am Inn the previous stage, this one will lead you further across the Alps to the Braunschweiger Hut. As the long-distance trail is still proceeding, you will reach the Martin-Busch-Hut, crossing the village of Vent during the following stage.

Sturdy shoes necessary
Overnight stay available
Eating options available

Contact

Braunschweiger Hütte D.A.V.Sektion Braunschweig - Cili Auer
Stillebach 236
A-6481
St. Leonhard
E-Mail
%6f%66%66%69%63%65%40%62%72%61%75%6e%73%63%68%77%65%69%67%65%72%2d%68%75%65%74%74%65%2e%61%74
0043 664 53 53 722
Travel Deals & Tips

Comments

Rate the Hike
No posts available yet:
  • Nobody has posted on the wall of the Hike "E5 Crossing The Alps: From Zams to Braunschweiger Hut" yet
  • Be the first to comment!
Login with Google+
  • Share your personal insider tip and create new entries
  • Explore fantastic outdoor destinations when and where you want
  • Find your dream destination or discover the world on the interactive map