The western part of the Brandenberg Alps is known as Rofangebirge Massif. This challenging 56-kilometer long trail offers uninterrupted panoramic views, leading from Lake Achensee to Brandenberger Ache mountain brook where you enjoy a well-deserved rest stop at traditional Kaiserhaus.
- Leisurely parts, strenuous uphill climbs and speedy downhill sections await you on this very difficult route with a total altitude gain of 1500 meters.
- Except a short passage at the height of Kögljoch Ridge all paths are in a very good condition.
- This stage takes you along Gumpen and dense forests. After a long and demanding downhill ride from Gufferthütte you reach lovely Brandenberg Valley which has been renowned for its extensive wooded areas and hunting grounds since the Middle Ages.
- Splendid Kaiserhütte - at the entrance to Kaiserklamm Ravine - is a 500-year old forester house where also Emperor Franz Joseph I. stopped over for watching the driftwood.
Leisurely parts, strenuous uphill climbs and speedy downhill sections await you on this very difficult route with a total altitude gain of 1500…