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If you want to climb up to the Karkopf summit via the Adler (eagle) via ferrata, you should have plenty of via ferrata experience, strength and fitness. This long, demanding and varied via ferrata presents via ferrata fans with technically difficult sections with exposed traverses, a cave and ridges with extensive views.
Even the climb up to the via ferrata requires a good level of fitness. Immediately after the Strassberghaus it’s quite steep up to the Niedere Munde saddle. The name "eagle" says it all, and even before the Niedere Munde you start following the red eagle markings on the left and you come to the entrance of the via ferrata. As you climb across the steep graded terrain along the ridge you have a constant view of the Mieminger Plateau, the Inntal valley the Zugspitze, the Wetterstein Mountains and the Hohe Munde, which forms the conclusion of the Mieminger Kette chain.
The final section to the summit is completed unsecured via the standard ascent. You descend along the standard trail past the Wetterkreuz and via the Neue Alplhütte and the Strassberghaus back to the starting point.
ca. 2 h
Vom Gipfel auf dem Grat zurück bis zum Abzweig des Normalweges und auf diesem hinuter zur Neuen Alplhütte bzw. zum Straßberghaus.
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