Hauser Kaibling is an ideal destination regardless of whether the weather is nice or not. Here, holidaymakers are amply rewarded. The wide selection of hiking paths ranges from easy to challenging, with something certain to appeal no matter what your tastes. A hiking paradise on the Hauser Kaibling awaits you!
The Hauser Kaibling is famous for its idyllic hikes – from easy to challenging – amid breathtaking alpine scenery! The Tauern gondola lift starts out from the town of Haus im Ennstal and carries you all the way up the Hauser
Kaibling at 1870 m above sea level.
Fresh air, magnificent views, a landscape that teems with fauna and flora, along with some 900 sheep, tended by a professional shepherd, ably assisted by his sheepdogs. All of this and a lot more await you on the Hauser Kaibling. And be sure to learn more about the Alpine Lamb Project ...
From the Hauser Kaibling mountain terminal, you can set out on a sheep theme path (the "Schafsinn Rundweg"), circumnavigating the summit via a 5.6 km-long pathway which takes roughly 2 hours 25 minutes to complete.
Whether you are a "serious" hiker or just out for a stroll, this fascinating path is appealing to everyone. It consists of two segments, with the longer portion (1 hour 45 minutes) intended for more surefooted hikers, whereas the shorter one (40 min) is also suitable for a leisurely walk, also if you happen to be pushing a pram.
The first stage of this tour leads along the same sheep path. From the Rossfeldsattel, you will then follow the pathway uphill, taking you through a short, rugged passage via the Seeschartl to the Moaralmsee.
This small tarn lies like a green jewel amid magnificent high-mountain scenery.
The towering Höchstein is reflected on the surface of the tarn. While the rhododendron are in bloom, the contrast between the turquoise water and the red petals of the flowers is especially eye-catching.