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Perfectly equipped for challenging adventures

Our highly technical Infinite Hike – lightweight styles made from sustainable, recycled materials - withstand the most unpredictable weather conditions. We developed this collection for demanding mountain hikes.

Styles for women
Styles for men

Eagle Peak Jacket M

The jacket is very waterproof, windproof and exceptionally breathable. For this jacket, we’ve opted for TEXAPORE O2+, an advanced version of our proven weather protection fabric.

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Eagle Peak Jacket M
Adjustable vision field
High reached hip pockets
Adjustable hem
1. Adjustable vision field
2. High reached hip pockets
3. Adjustable hem

Eagle Peak II Softshell W

Thanks to STORMLOCK INFINITY, this softshell jacket is made of a windproof and highly breathable material that features a high-performance membrane. It is also particularly water-repellent.

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Eagle Peak II Softshell W
Fixed hood
2 side pockets
1. Fixed hood
2. 2 side pockets

Hydro Grid Fleece M

This sporty fleece jacket made of NANUK DYNAMIC is extremely breathable and quick-drying. Additionally, it has a water-repellent DWR finish.

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Hydro Grid Fleece M
Fixed hood
Chest pocket
Inner cuff
1. Fixed hood
2. Chest pocket
3. Inner cuff

Flexible layering combinations

Protective outer jacket in signal colours, insulating gilets and breathable as well as fluffy fleeces will ensure that you are visible in the mountains. When cleverly combined, the outfit will regulate your body temperature and adapts perfectly to whatever the weather has in store for you.

The colour inspiration for our collection came from the Great Lakes, the largest group of freshwater lakes on Earth, situated on the Canada-United States border: Lake Erie inspired our spring lime/golden cypress men’s styles and Lake Huron our tulip red/hedge green women’s styles.

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Feel the cold wind on your skin. Feel freedom, be free. In the middle of the Austrian Alps - and yet far off trodden paths: on the Wolftrail.

From Dachstein cable car station to Buchberg
6 days / 5 nights
Medium difficulty level
4-7 pax per trip

The trail, day by day

Day 1
Welcome to Dachstein

Make your own way to Ramsau am Dachstein. Welcome meeting with our ASI mountain guide in the hotel at 7.00 p.m., explaining the itinerary for the coming days.

Day 2
Journey across the Dachstein massif

Ascent by Dachstein-Gletscherbahn cable car, climbing to an altitude of 1,000 metres in only 7 minutes. Today’s leg of the journey begins at the upper cable car station, from there we head north across the Schladming Glacier. The trail continues up and down through the isolated karst and glacier landscape. We hike through this quiet landscape until we can see the Guttenberghaus in the distance. This mountain refuge is located high up at 2,146 m and is our destination for the night.

Distance: 7.5 km

Day 3
Heading for the Eisenerzer Alps

Today’s leg begins at an altitude of 2,146 m; the panorama from the Guttenberghaus mountain hut is particularly impressive in the early morning. We can enjoy the fabulous view throughout today’s leg as the descent takes us along the mountain ridge. We finally make it to the Stoderzinken mountain which offers fabulous panoramic views. A private transfer takes us to the next mountain range in Styria: the Eisenerzer Alps.

Distance: 15 km

Day 4
Eisenerzer Reichenstein

The third leg of the journey takes us up to Eisenerzer Reichenstein. First of all, we take a steep path up the mountainside from Präbichl. We hike along the mountain ridge, which involves a leisurely ascent, until we reach the Reichensteinhütte mountain hut positioned just below the summit. There is a unique view of the terraced landscape of the Eisenerzer Alps.

Distance: ca. 6 km

Day 5
We then head down towards Krumpensee

The route takes us down from the Reichensteinhütte mountain hut, past Reichenhals and Krumpenhals. The Krumpensee mountain lake is an ideal place to take a break before continuing our descent to Hirnalm. Transfer by car to Seewiesen.

Distance: 9.5 km

Day 6
Off to the Hochschwab plateau

The Hochschwab Mountains are the hub of many long-distance hiking trails, including the one called the "Glacier to Wine” hiking route. Today’s destination is the very first ‘Passive House’ high up in the mountains. Most of the electricity as well as hot water is generated from solar power. Rainwater is collected from the roof and treated, so that it is drinkable.

Distance: 10 km

Day 7
Descent and ‘goodbyes’

We hike down from Schiestlhaus. A private transfer then takes us back to the starting point, from where we make our own journey home.

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