Your personal rucksack checklist
Pack today – stress free tomorrow
A well-known saying states “Preparation is everything”. Can you still remember how, as a child you packed your school bag in the evening and were stress-free in the morning? It is the same for us when hiking in the Salzkammergut. Our tip: pack your rucksack the evening before and in the morning just pop in your snacks and drinks. Then it will be a relaxing start to an exciting day of hiking.
- Sturdy, preferably ankle high boots with good grip, along with a pair of knee length socks
Hiking clothing consisting of hiking trousers with detachable legs (Zip-pants). Do not go for jeans. These get soaked in rainy weather and in intense sunshine, jeans contract and become too tight.
T-shirt or shirt
Long sleeved shirt
Good fitting backpack - for a day trip 20 - 30 litres
Sun protection (sunglasses, cap, cream)
Wind-cold-wet protection such as rain jacket, if necessary hood and gloves (in the high alpine terrain standard)
Spare underwear (T-shirt, socks)
Glasses (if necessary)
Sufficient drinks (at least 1 litre)
If you follow these small tips, there is nothing to get in the way of a memorable and unforgettable natural experience as part of the “Obertrauner Wanderherbst”. And if you still have questions then do not hesitate to contact your certified hiking guide Barbara Bichler who always has a sympathetic ear for your hiking protégés.
What are the Obertraun Mountain Moments?
As the colours in the woodland begin to change and temperatures become more comfortable the time is on to go out for a hike! The Obertraun “Hiking in Autumn Program” includes hiking tours ranging from 500 m to 2100 m above sea level. Tours range from easy, in terms of difficulty, to very challenging. The Dachstein-Krippenstein cable car is a means of conquering 1600 m quickly and effortlessly! Discover more of your beautiful ,natural surroundings and go out and explore the Dachstein- Salzkammergut, either under your own steam, or by joining one of our all-time-popular escorted hiking tours in conjunction with the “Obertraun Mountain Moments”.