Central Europe's last primeval forest is within reach and yet unattainable. The hike goes from the well-tended ski slopes on the Hochkar past Alpine pastures and unspoiled landscape into untouched landscapes: the retreat of the last Ötscherbären, the forests, where the beetle may gnaw still with full freedom. The hike moves past sharp rocky crests from one alpine feature to the next. From the Hochkar to the Dürrenstein, both rising to about 1800 meters, the Tremelsattel acts as the single vanishing point in between these two giants. A 30-kilometer long hiking experience, as it is rarely to be found in the entire northern limestone Alps. A 2-day tour for energetic alpinists!
Scenic wise great hikes mostly above the tree line. There are no fixed climbing points, but an absolute secure step is required. This hike is the only fallback position from the Tremelsattel, into the North, into the Steinbachtal.