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Der Gipfel des Rudlhorn befindet sich auf 2448 m Meereshöhe.
Photo: Albert Kopfsguter
Distance 14.1 km
Highest point2,441 m
Lowest point1,621 m
Pyramid-shaped elevation About the Taistner Alm to the striking summit.
From Welsberg to Taisten and on the main road via the Guggenberg hills, visible from afar, up to the car park above the Mudlerhof snack station (1584 m). From there, follow the signs for Taistner Alm on the wide forest path in a slightly ascending forest traverse up to the Taistner Vorderalm (1992 m; alpine guesthouse; from Mudlerhof just under 1:30 hrs). Now always on the wide trail 38 up towards the Rudlhorn, at the fork in the trail stay left on trail 38 (on the right goes no. 54 B üover the west ridge) to the Jöchl »Klenkboden« with a nearby shelter. Turn right with marker 54 A üover grassy slopes and a stony slope up into the ridge depression between Rudlhorn and Eisatz and turn right again üover the short ridge without any problems to the summit cross (2448 m; from the alpine pasture a good 1:30 hrs.).
The descent is safest via the described ascent path (or for the more experienced also via the west ridge).
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