Kernhofer Gscheid

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Kernhofer Gscheid
Cross-country trail on the Gscheid

Cross-country trail on the Gscheid

Compass direction west east
Pass height 970  m above sea level A.
state Lower Austria
Watershed SalzaEnnsDanube KeerbachUnrecht-TraisenTraisen → Danube
Valley locations third Kernhof
expansion B 21
Mountains Türnitz Alps / Mürzsteger Alps
Ø pitch 1.3% (115 m / 8.6 km) 5.5% (280 m / 5.1 km)
Max. Incline 13%
Map (Lower Austria)
Kernhofer Gscheid (Lower Austria)
Kernhofer Gscheid
Coordinates 47 ° 49'43 "  N , 15 ° 29'2"  E Coordinates: 47 ° 49'43 "  N , 15 ° 29'2"  E

The Kernhofer Gscheid , locally also called Gscheid , is a pass with a peak height of 970  m above sea level. A. in the Lower Austrian Alps. It connects the places Kernhof (in the Traisental near St. Aegyd am Neuwalde ) and Terz (in the Salzatal near Mariazell ). The pass road has a maximum gradient of 13% and is almost entirely in the Lilienfeld district .

At the top there are two inns and a small church. Since the Viennese pilgrimage route leads to Mariazell via the Kernhofer Gscheid, numerous groups use the place as a base on their way.

The limestone massif of the Göllers  ( 1766  m ) rises directly south of the saddle . Its promising summit can be reached on a marked ascent in around two and a half hours.

The winding L101 leads west from Kernhofer Gscheid over the Michelbühel to Ulreichsberg .

Individual evidence

  1. Gscheid and the surrounding area on ÖK 50 , , Federal Office for Metrology and Surveying Austria, Austrian map, scale 1: 50,000.

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