A difficult hike that rewards you with a summit in the middle of the rugged cliffs of the Wilder Kaiser. Mountain experience, sure-footedness and good physical condition are absolute prerequisites for this trail!
The hike starts at the top station of the Kaiserlift, as it is advisable to take the lift up in the morning. Over the Steinbergalmen you can still enjoy the wonderful view of the Koasa until after a short stretch you descend towards Bettlersteig and turn right towards Güttlersteig. This is where the part begins that requires a good surefootedness. The effort is worth it, on the Sonneck you can expect the best views over the peaks of the emperor and into the Inn valley.
Downhill again via the Güttlersteig to the Kaisertal to the Anton-Karg-Haus (Hinterbärenbad) or Hans-Berger-Haus. It is best to spend the night there, otherwise it can be very late.
The 2nd day is rather meant for loosening the muscles. It is always a contemplative walk out of the Kaisertal, past many huts and inns and finally the approx. 280 steps out of the Kaisertal.
Mountain experience and good physical condition are absolute prerequisites for this route!
Güttlersteig to Sonneck Wilder Kaiser
Kaiserlift valley station