Starting point: Mountain station of the eight-person Panorama Jet Zwieselalm lift (1580m)
Difficulty: Easy to medium
Path length: 2,2 km
Altitude: 240 m
Walking time: 1 - 1,5 hours
From the mountain station, you descend past te eastern edge of the Sonnenalm, to the old lift route, and to the valley station of the 4-seater chairlift `Törleck`. From there, you continue to the mountain station of the Gosaukammbahn (operating only in summer) where a fascinating view of the rugged and snow-covered rocks of the Gosaukamm ridge awaits you. Then the trail leads in a westerly direction past the `Gablonzerhütte`and `Breininghütte`along the ski trail towars the 8-person cable car `Panorama Jet`. Shortly before crossing the slope, you come to a small hill, where you can enjoy a fantastic view of the impressive Dachstein glacier with the highest mountain in Upper Austria, the `Hohe Dachstein`(2996 m). Then pass the `Sonnenalm`and `Ausblick`and reach the starting point, the 8-person cable car Panorama Jet.
From the mountain station of the eight-person Panorama Jet lift, we recommend hiking just a few more metres up to the `Gosaunet-Platzl` (viewpoint) - a small hill next to the mountain station of the 4-seater chairlift `Aussichtsberg`. There you have a fantastic panoramic view of the `Hohe Tauern´range with the highest mountain in Austria, the `Großglockner`(3798 m), the `Hochkönig`, the `Tennengebirge`, the `Höllengebirge`, the `Tote Gebirge`, and the Dachstein massive, including Dachstein glacier and the `Gosaukamm`.
Stop for a bite to eat: Enjoy a hearty snack in the `Gablonzerhütte`, `Breininghütte`, `Sonnenalm`or `Ausblick`alpine huts.
Included: ascent and descent with eight-person Panorama Jet to the Zwieselalm and rent-snowshoes. (Snowshoes available after ticket purchase at Gosau ski rental (valley station Hornspitzbahn) and Sport Jirka (valley station eight-person Panorama-Jet Zwieselalm)
Take a guided hike with Betty and her team. In addtition to trial tours and day tours, individual tours are also possible - simply contact Betty. Tours for clubs, schools, families and groups are also possible,