Berliner Höhenweg: Rugged Hut-To-Hut Trek in the Zillertal Alps
Are you ready for a wild hiking adventure? Then the Berliner Höhenweg should definitely be on your list. The challenging route leads through the high alpine terrain of the Zillertal Alps. With two tough mountain passes and the ascent of the 3,134 meter high Schönbichler Horn you'll tackle lots of vertical gain. The efforts are not in vain! With good weather, you'll have stunning views of the peaks and glaciers of the rugged massif.
The Berliner Höhenweg, also known as the Zillertaler Runde and in English as the Berlin High Trail, is a hiking route for experienced mountain hikers. The terrain can be technically challenging in some sections with steep trails, snow fields, and rocky terrain. It is possible to do a shortened version of this hike. During each stage, you pass an escape route, so you can exit the route prematurely if needed. In this blog post, we'll delve deeper into what to expect during this trek and how we can help you along the way. Read More