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Behind the lonely back of the Gesaeuse, if you will, lies the mostly wooded area north of the mountain ridge, which stretches from the Großer Buchstein in the west to the Tamischbachturm in the east.
One of the peaks growing out of this ridge is the Tieflimauer next to the Kleiner Buchstein, which is a climbing mountain in the 2nd degree of difficulty.
Due to its prominence it offers a beautiful view of and into the "Gseis".
A little to the east on the mountain ridge, at the foot of the Tamischbachturm-Westkamm, is the idyllically situated "http://www.ennstalerhuette.at "Ennstalerhütte at 1544 m above sea level.
With its culinary offer and the panoramic guest garden, it rounds off the mountain experience perfectly.