Württemberger Haus (2.220m)

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Württemberger Haus (2.220m)


Like the neighboring Steinseehütte and Memmingerhütte, the Württemberger Haus (2.220 m) is located on the Lechtaler Höhenweg and the Adlerweg.

The oldest hut of the DAV section Stuttgart is beautifully situated at 2.220m. For more than 80 years, it has been welcoming its visitors with great charm after their at least 4-hour ascent through the Lechtal mountains.
Approach: starting point Zams; Walking time approx. 5 hours

Württemberger Haus (2.220m)


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Hiking tour: Zams Württemberger Haus

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This three-day tour leads from Zams into the mysterious world of the barren Lechtal Alps. You immerse yourself in wonderful mountain solitude and spend the night in two cosy Alpine Club mountain huts. Back to Zams, you hike through the Zammer Loch, one of the most beautiful mountain valleys in Europe.

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Long distance trails: Adlerweg Stage 21 Württemberger Haus Memminger Hütte

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Once aloft on those airy plains between Inn and Lech Rivers, you'll be in a true Alpine environment. You can expect to have very few encounters on this trail so if you enjoy solitude, and a good work-out this trail is for you. This hike is famous for its sharp ridges and the feeling of remoteness its rugged terrain offers. However, you’ll need to turn your focus from the scenery to your feet as you tackle vigorously steep climbs, scree and talus slopes, large boulders and cliffs assisted by a fixed anchoring system of cables. You’ll gain East/Back Dremelscharte Notch and walk past a necklace of sparkling Alpine lakes, adorning bold mountain faces. For many hikers this walk is far enough, contentment has already set in. Adventurous souls who are up for the extra effort can take the detour for Schlenkersee Lake, an aquatic gem wrapped in gorgeous scenery just below East Dremelscharte Notch.

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