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The Klamml via ferrata on the south side of the Wilder Kaiser mountain range is situated between the Gaudeamushütte and the Gruttenhütte mountain huts. The via ferrata is short but crunchy and consists of two sections: a lower section (difficulty level B/C); and an upper section (difficulty level D). It is possible to exit after the lower section. A spectacular two-rope bridge connects the two sections
Notes on using via ferratas:
Thursdays - guided tour with a state-certified mountain guide.
Inform yourself about details, dates and registration.
Start at the Wochenbrunner Alm and take trail no. 812/822 following the signs to the Gaudeamushütte. Here you turn onto trail no. 813/824 heading towards the Gruttenhütte via Klamml and follow this till you reach the via ferrata.
There are 3 descent routes:
from the Gruttenhütte on hiking trail no. 825 to the Wochenbrunner Alm;
on the Gruttenweg trail 14a and then on trail no. 822 past the ‘Ellmauer Steinkreis’ (stone circle) to the Wochenbrunner Alm;
and on the Klammlweg trail no. 813/824, a section of which runs directly below the via ferrata, to the Gaudeamushütte and then on trail no. 812/822 to the Wochenbrunner Alm.
If you’re coming on the B178 road from Wörgl or Kufstein, take the Ellmau exit and then the first exit at the roundabout. Go straight down the road until you reach the turn-off (green signs) towards Kaisergebirge/Wochenbrunn. Turn left here and immediately right again. Now follow the road, a toll road, till you reach the Wochenbrunner Alm car park.
If you’re coming on the B178 from St. Johann, take the Ellmau exit and continue straight ahead until the Bauhof junction (green signposts towards Kaisergebirge/Wochenbrunn). Turn right here and immediately right again. Now follow the toll road till you reach the Wochenbrunner Alm car park.
Wochenbrunner Alm, Ellmau (1,085 m) - parking free of charge (toll road)