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אריה11  
#1 Posted : Sunday, July 24, 2016 9:25:41 PM(UTC)
אריה11

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Want to get an idea for a mtcont track star in Austria, in a rural place and ports for hiking.

This place can get out into several different tracks (total 6 days).

And maybe even three days instead of one and jump to another town for another three days. (September)

Thank you

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ylivny  
#2 Posted : Monday, July 25, 2016 8:12:08 PM(UTC)
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Hi lion


A great destination for day courses.
Austria is one of the countries in the world and has a great network of trails and cabins.
In addition, some cable cars used by skiers in winter and summer are enabling today's traveler can start their orbit high above the tree line.

Specifically, Western Austria (Tirol, Vorarlberg States and Southwestern State of Salzburg) is the best area to visit if you want Alpine experience.
Each of the valleys in these countries can be a great base that fits your requirements.

Valleys:

  • Montafon
  • ?tztal
  • Zillertal
  • Gasteinertal

Very effective if you add information about your abilities and wishes.
You should specify:

  • What is your experience in Alpine routes
  • Evaluate your fitness walking (one considered on track day can qualify after an improbable challenge)
  • Hiking-related skills (knowledge, experience in mountaineering)

Without this information it will be difficult to give specific recommendations.

In the meantime, I guess before you this link which takes you to a detailed topographic map of Austria.
Most of the trails are marked her and lifts, the huts and so on.

Suggest a search online about the valleys I mentioned above. Each has a Web site that contains valuable information about the area (including accommodation, itineraries and transport). For example, it is the site of Montafon Valley.

Jonathan

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