Pure romance with snowshoes in heavenly winter forest
Those who want to delve deeper into the snow-covered scenery near the Serlesbahnen will be enthusiastic about a snowshoe hike. With walking times between 20 minutes and 1.5 hours on marked winter hiking trails, snowshoeing beginners and experienced hikers will both be in their element. At the highest point of the route, snow shoe hikers reach a height of 1.878m.
Snowshoe routes in the skiing area near Mieders:
Gleinser Jöchl, 1.879m: from Koppeneck Summit Station shortly before the Ochsenhütte, south towards the Summit Station of the ski lift, onto the Gleinser Jöchl. When descending take the same trail as before or return via the Kasern and Zangger (circular tour).
Gleinser Jöchl circular tour (Gleinser Steig), 1.879m: from the Koppeneck Summit Station to the Ochsenhütte, onto the Zangger to Gleinser Steig and to Gleisner Jöchl. Descending along the direct ascent route to the Summit Station.
Around the Gleinser Jöchl: from Koppeneck Summit Station to the Ochsenhütte and onto the Zangger to the Gleinser Mähdern. Continue to Maria Waldrast Monastery and return to Ochsenhütte along the walking trail.
Serlesbahnen Valley Station – Gleinser Jöchl, 1.879m: Start eastwards from the Serlesbahnen Valley Station to Zirkenhof, along the Wassertal to the Kasern and onto Gleinser Jöchl. Head north from the summit, along the regular route to Ochsenhütte and back to Koppeneck Summit Station.