Hike from St. Margarethen in the Lungau via the Leißnitzweg to Schlögelberger.

Statistics

1 - 2

hrs

262

m

262

m

8

max°

Difficulty

FATMAP difficulty grade

Moderate

Description

Starting from the tourist office or from Wasserstein, you can reach the upper end of the village with the Schlögelbergweg/Leisnitzweg junction in a few minutes via Oberdorfstraße.

There you follow the markings of the waterway Leisnitz to the left.

Soon you will see the first flood control structures, information and story boards, the revenge of the dwarves and the lonely giant on the Aineck - not forgetting the accompanying story book and treasure map for the children.

At the numerous resting places, which are indicated by mosaic stones, one has the possibility to stop at the water to play and relax.

An ideal path for children's hikes with the dwarf cave and the playground with water pump and Kasmandl hut.

Shortly after the Kasmandlhütte you take the turnoff to Schlögelberger uphill to the right and reach the shallow Roßbach, cross it and immediately after that you can see the Roßbach Römerstein on your left. A little steeper uphill, on a needle-like forest floor, you come to a clearing with benches for resting.

From there straight on and flat on over crossings in the direction of Schlögelberger.

Shortly before Schlögelberger you come along the game enclosures.

At the end of the path you can see the Hubertus Chapel and you have the possibility to stop at the inn with playground and petting zoo.

Well rested and strengthened one follows the asphalted road downhill back to St.

Margarethen.