This lodge owned by the Austrian Alpine Association is open in summer, making it the perfect starting point for hiking tours. Want to come by car? No problem either.
Maintaining a good neighbourly relationship takes an effort from both sides. This is why Klinkehütte Lodge is connected to the high plateau Kaiserau, Flitzengraben notch and Mödlingerhütte Lodge by a toll road. The parking lot at the lodge is also the starting point for the popular family hiking route to Lahngang Peak and to Wagenbänkalm Hut, where you have a wonderful view of the whole Paltental Valley. In short: there are countless peaks, hiking and walking routes and many other possibilities for experiencing the Gesäuse and its nature.
Breath the lodge feeling.
Klinkehütte Lodge offers everything you expect from a lodge and much more – hearty meals, refreshing drinks and comfy beds for a deep sleep. The Austrian Alpine Association Admont/Gesäuse is the owner of this lodge and as such makes sure that it is fully equipped.
- from Admont via Sieglalm pasture on trail no. 601 in 3.5 h
- via Scheiblegger Hochalm, Kreuzkogel Peak and Riffel Peak, trail no. 601A (I+) in 5 h
- via Kaiserau, trail no. 654 in 1 h
Transition / Tour / Summits:
- To the Mödlingerhütte Lodge: trail no. 608, 2 h
- Admonter Kalbling Peak (2196 m): on trail no. 655 via Kalblinggatterl in 2 h, traversing to Sparafeld Peak (2247 m) in approx. 45 min.
- Lahngang Peak (1778 m): no trail markers, to Kalblinggatterl, turn right and ascend directly to the eastern summit in 1.5 h.
- Loop trail: Riffel Peak (2106 m) – Kreuzkogel Peak (2011 m) on trail no. 601A (ridge walk I+). Descent via Scheiblegger Hochalm – unmarked
»Jagasteig« – Klinkehütte Lodge
- Ideal conditions at the Admonter Kalbling Peak: e.g. southern ridge (IV-), western wall (IV), southern wall (IV+).