Day hike to Raxalpe/Göller/Gippe­l

>>> Contact Yannick for any questions: [masked]

Let's explore the accessible and beautiful Raxalpe!

The tour will take place with a minimum of 6 participants (you can motivate friends, family, colleagues, etc.!) .

We will explore the western part of Raxalpe plateau, starting from the south in Preiner Gscheid pass. From the plateau, we'll have fantastic views of the surrounding summits of the lower austrian Prealps and the northern Limestone Alps! 

>>> All within one and half hour of Vienna! 

>>> No experience necessary! 

>>> International group!

- Elevation gain/loss:[masked] m

- Walking time: about 5,5 hours

Price: 50,- EUR/person (6 persons min.)

Take food, water, good hiking boots, rainjacket, sunglasses and suncream! 

We'll start at 08:00 AM from Vienna (Vienna carpool in 9 seats van to the trailhead)

Carpooling location: in front of Intersport Eybl shop (Aussere Mariahilferstrasse 138, behind Westbahnhof) >>>> Meeting location here

We'll be back to Vienna at about 07:00PM.

To get all informations about this hike (+ meeting location + equipement list), call me [masked])

REGISTRATION CUT-OFF: FRIDAY April 25th 03:00 PM 

Learn more: 

http://www.trekkingaustria.com/trips/full-day-hiking-shared-tours.html

Payment/reservation: pay a deposit of 25,- EUR/person. Booking are not finalized until the deposit is paid! Once the payment is received, the cancellation policy is in effect. All deposits should be paid within 5 days prior to the tour. Remaining balance is due in cash directly on the day at the meeting location.

Take food and drink and see the equipment list below!

Note:

• Check distance, pace and terrain of hike to ensure it is within your fitness level. Call me before the hike if you have any questions or concerns.
• If you have any health problems that could affect your hiking performance, inform me.
• If you have any known asthma, allergies or hay fever, carry antihistamines. Asthma sufferers should carry their asthma medications or inhalers. Allergy suffers should carry an EpiPen(s) and ensure someone on the hike knows where you carry these. Diabetics should carry their medication.
• Wear comfortable boots/shoes.
• Take a spare pair of shoes to change into at the end of the hike or carry plastic bags to protect the car from muddy boots.

Required items to bring:

Clothing :

□ Warm hat
□ Warm gloves
□ T-shirt 
□ Sweater/jacket
□ Mountain trouser 
□ Rain jacket
Mountain/hiking boots covering your ankles. Your boots must be well broken in before the trip. Please do not let the enjoyment of your trip be severely compromised by blisters! 
□ warm socks

In the backpack (medium size - 40 l. max.)
□ Sunglasses
□ Thermos or water bottle
□ Sunblock and lip balm
□ Money (in case we make a break in a hut)
□ Lunch packet, emergency rations (chocolate, candy bars, etc.), personal snack food
□ Personal medications

Extras
□ Headlamp
□ Toilet paper
□ Plastic bags to store gear inside your and for the waste
□ ID or passport, alpine club membership card, mobile phone, camera
□ Blister treatment. Compeed patches are the best.

• In case you have forgotten parts of your equipment at home, please be so kind as to let me know about it before starting the tour
• I bring along a comprehensive first aid kit on each trip
• Pack light and don't take too much (total weight: 5 - 7 kg)!

>>> Contact Yannick for any questions: [masked]


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Your organizer's refund policy for Day hike to Raxalpe/Göller/Gippel

Refunds offered if:

  • the Meetup is cancelled
  • you can cancel at least 5 day(s) before the Meetup

Additional notes: - By me: information is given within 24 hours prior to trip start date => full refund of the deposit. - By you: • Cancellation until 5 days prior to the tour => full refund of deposit • Cancellation within 5 days prior to the tour => loss of deposit

Payments you make go to the organizer, not to Meetup. You must make refund requests to the organizer.

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