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The Innsbruck fixed rope route leads over seven peaks of the Innsbruck Nordkette, accordingly the panoramic view is magnificent. The via ferrata consists of 2 sections. Section 1 leads from the top station Hafelekar 2269 m over the Seegrubenspitze 2350 m, the three chimney tops (eastern chimney top 2435 m, middle chimney top 2435 m, western chimney top 2445 m) and the Kemacher 2480 m to the Lange Sattel 2258 m. Section 2 runs from the Lange Sattel over the Western saddle top 2339 m to Frau Hitt or Frau Hitt saddle 2200 m. The first part with of an original suspension bridge runs mainly on the ridge, the second part is somewhat more demanding and leads over many rock towers, embrasures and steep wall passages. The entire via ferrata has a length of about 3.5 km and offers an incredible view of the glaciated mountains of the main Alpine ridge and the Inn valley.
In Innsbruck you can take the Hungerburgbahn at the Kongresshaus. Parking is available in the City- and congress garage are possible and when buying a ticket (Innsbruck-Seegrube or Hungerburg-Seegrube) free of charge. With the Hungerburgbahn (funicular railway) first to valley station of the Seegrubenbahn, then take the Seegrubenbahn (gondola) to the Take the Seegrube mountain station up. Or by car from Innsbruck via Hötting to Use the parking lot of the Seegrubenbahn. Free parking is available at the parking lot of the Seegrubenbahn possible when buying a mountain railway ticket. The valley station Seegrubenbahn is located at Höhenstraße 145, 6020 Innsbruck. Opening hours and ticket prices at www.nordkette.com. From the top station Hafelekarbahn follow the signs Follow via ferrata.
From the Frau-Hitt-Sattel 2200 m or from the Lange Sattel 2258 m over the Schmidhubersteig back to the Seegrubenbahn 1905 m.