Trailhead is Rummlerhof Inn, northwest of the village centre of St. Johann. After a successful first segment, why not take a rest at Gaudeamus Hut, raise your glass and sing: “Gaudeamus igitur – Let us be happy!” For many hikers this is far enough, contentment has already set in. Adventurous souls continue on the trail that works its way up across Klamml Gorge to Grutten Hut, which entails another 400 metres of climbing.

Statistics

Analysing terrain data

3 - 4

hrs

1,051

m

451

m

19

max°

Exposure

Exposure

The exposure grade describes the potential consequences of falling or slipping off the path.

Low Exposure: The path is on completely flat land and potential injury is limited to falling over.

Medium Exposure: The trail contains some obstacles such as outcroppings and rock which could cause injury.

High Exposure: Some trail sections have exposed ledges or steep ascents/descents where falling could cause serious injury.

Extreme Exposure: Some trail sections are extremely exposed where falling will almost certainly result in serious injury or death.

Description

Starting Point: St.

Johann in Tirol.

Trailhead of Eagle Walk Segment #1 is Rummlerhof Inn in the hamlet of Hinterkaiser, northwest of the village centre of St.

Johann in Tirol.

Traveling by car, you can leave your car at the Steinlechnerplatz/Dampflfeld car park (for free.

Some 400m from the tourist information office).

From Rummlerhof Inn, take the narrow paved road and walk westwards towards Maurerhof, following signage to “Schleierwasserfall”.

Pass the (farm)house No.

80 on its left hand side.

Now, an easy climb takes you through a thicket of trees.

Cross the forest road and follow the red-white blazes upstream along a brook.

The trail eventually joins a forest road, turn left first, then right towards “Schleierwasserfall” (keep walking on Trail No.

33 until you reach Schleier Waterfall).

You’ll access the falls along a steep path that winds through forest and takes you to Diebsöfen.

And you will make your way around and up the cliffs assisted by a fixed anchoring system of cables.

A brook winds along a perpendicular rock face—this is where you will find a cave.

Descend to the brook and follow the markings in the cave (the trail traverses the cave).

From Diebsöfen, an easy climb takes you up to mighty Schleier Waterfall.

From there, take Trail No.

818 heading south and continue as far as the first fork in the trail.

Here, head in a northeasterly direction through alpine meadows to the "Stiegenbachwasserfall".

From there follow signage to “Regalm” and “Gaudeamushütte”.

The trail enters the wide open world of Alpine pastures, descends again and eventually turns onto a forest road that takes you to "Obere Regalm" hut.

Trailside Eateries: Obere Regalm.

Above the hut, walk towards “Gaudeamushütte” with the trail climbing atop a saddleback (right next to it is where you will find the mountaineer’s grave atop Brennender Palven).

On the other side of the col the trail descends towards “Gaudeamushütte”, to an elevation of 1,270 metres.

You’ll pass Freiberg Hut on your way down to Gaudeamus Hut, your comfy base for the night (keep to Trail No.

35 from the saddle onwards).

Finishing Point: Gaudeamushütte Hut