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Lisa_D

Austrian Alps Trekking

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My husband has a conference in Prague this August and we'll have 9 days of free time afterwards to vacation in Europe. We are looking for a high alpine mountaineering/hiking route - hut to hut with some glacier crossings and the opportunity to do some moderate alpine climbing along the way. We've been to Chamonix on a previous trip and we loved it, but it is just a bit too far away for the limited time we have. We like Austria and it's closer to Prague, so we're looking there.

 

Any recommendations for 6-7 day high routes in the Austrian Alps? We got Trekking in the Zillertal Alps by Allan Hartley from the library and it looks great. There are a lot of mountains out there, though, so if you've got any good ideas or trip reports to share, please post! I know huts can fill up for August so we might want to make reservations sometime this winter.

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send a PM to MVS, we did some rad stuff in the Wilder Kaiser that I am sure would fit your bill. He lives there so has all the good beta.

 

Have fun

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