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.
Eagle View & middot;Cupped in a high glacier scoured cirque, pristine and emerald Parzinn Lakes are two of the prettiest Alpine lakes in this area, granting extensive views of nearby Dremelspitze Peak and Dremelscharte Notch. And when it comes to the finest flower romps within that wild area, the high cirque of Parzinn ranks supreme. A multitude of blossoms proliferate along this rugged terrain. When you tire of the rainbow of wildflowers on the ground, you can look up to find breathtaking vistas around every corner.
Eagle Kick & middot;The scramble section up Rosskar Notch has exposed areas and a narrow gully that can be treacherous and slippery in rain. And although the trail is assisted by a fixed anchoring system of cables, it requires use of hands in places. The scramble route continues on the descent as the trail drops down to a narrow and steep debris-filled chute in the beginning—with nothing but boulders and scree waiting to be conquered afterwards. But the sweeping views along the way. . . and inviting Württemberger Haus Lodge at the end. . . all help ease the pain.