Trekking on Berlin High Trail
The Berlin High Trail is a high alpine hiking tour, walking from hut to hut through the heart of the High Alpine Nature Park. A great way to discover the original landscapes of the Zillertal Alps and its majestic peaks including the Hochfeiler (3,509 m), Großer Möseler (3,478 m) and Olperer (3,476 m).
Walking the Berlin High Trail is suitable for everyone really. You should bring good walking shoes, hiking poles, endurance, stamina and certainly a little bit of hiking experience with you. It’s also beneficial to have a good head for heights – apart from that, no specialist climbing equipment or crampons are required. It is not necessary to carry a GPS device.
Trekking the Berliner Höhenweg
Overnight stay in the mountain huts in mattress spaces and dormitory spaces also possible if space is available
Half-board at the mountain huts includes dinner & breakfast
Folded map from KOMPASS Karten GmbH (Issue 37 - "Zillertaler & Tuxer Alpen")
Booklet "Alpingeschichte kurz und bündig - Ginzling im Zillertal" by Gudrun Steger & "Lass dir erzählen – von Wilderern und Jägern" by Alfred Kröll
You can book packages for two to seven overnight stays at the Nature Park. In general, seven overnight stays are required to hike the entire Berliner Höhenweg high-altitude trail from Gamshütte at Finkenberg to Karl-von-Edel Hütte in Mayrhofen.
from € 99,- p.P incl. halfboard (discount for alpine club members)
ContactHochgebirgs-Naturpark Zillertaler Alpen, 6295 Ginzling 239
+43 (0) 5286 52181 oder firstname.lastname@example.org