Hiking along Millstätter See Alpine Trail is like a discovery tour through the mountain world around the lake - dreamily places and inspiring panoramic views
Millstätter See Alpine Trail (200 km) opens a new “hiking world” connecting the mountains around the lake. Eight stages including many unique places invite you to take a rest, to indulge in nature, experience special encounters and to be amazed.
Walk along the stages, all georeferenced and integrated into Google Earth, and from peak to peak in thirteen days: from the world of the 3000-metre peaks in the West, across the Millstätter See Alpe and Mount Mirnock through to Mount Goldeck in the South. The way up to Mount Mirnock is characterised by mystical places and places of power. The last few metres up to the peak lead up the 30 steps of the Scala Paradisi (Ladder of Paradise), nestled into mountain scenery.
Start/finish points: circular trail (e.g. stage 1)
Distance/duration: 200 km; 13 days. Of course you can also pick out your favourite stage/stages or hike along the most beautiful and scenic parts of the stages
Altitude difference: 600 - 2600 m
Maps: hiking book "Millstätter See Höhensteig. Verborgene Bergberührungen" - only available in German language.
The Millstätter See Alpine Trail is georeferenced and integrated into Google Earth. GPS receivers available in the Infocenter Millstätter See.
The Alpine Trail is characterised by 8 beautiful places e.g. "The Garnet Gate", "The Balcony of Stars", "The Stone Table".
The stages of Millstätter See Alpine Trail:
Stage 1 - "The three peaks"
Stage 2 - "Garnet - Firestone of love"
Stage 3 - "The great Rosennock"
Stage 4 - "Hiking up Mount Mirnock"
Stage 5 - "Always along the south shore of Lake Millstätter See"
Stage 6 - "Mount Goldeck - on the trail of gold miners"
Stage 7 - "The three churches of Baldramsdorf"
Stage 8 - "Gmeineck. Turn into the world of the 3000-meter-peaks"
Almexpress Millstätter See
Bäder- und Wanderminibus Millstatt
"4-Mi-Ham" Taxi, Millstatt, +43 (0) 664 4413183
Nostalgieferienbus Millstätter See