20,000 years ago, the Alps and the adjoining foreland were covered by mighty glaciers. At the end of the Ice Age, about 10,000 years ago, a new landscape was born. The eastern Flachgau was formed by the Wallersee branch glacier, an offshoot of the mighty Salzach glacier.
The Ice Age Trail describes the traces and witnesses of the Ice Age at eleven stations.. The route leads to the Steinwandl via the Große Plaike (1034m) and the Heimkehrerkreuz, where a beautiful rest area with a marvellous Wallersee view invites you to linger.
22 display boards tell about the formation of the landscape by the ice-age Salzach foreland glacier. Along the way you get to know and understand the "heritage of the ice age".
Parking space: School Henndorf (free of charge)
Directions: Starting point at the school, follow the light blue signposting
Route info all-day round: Approx. 13 km, walking time approx. 6 - 7 hours, not suitable for prams, requires hiking equipment, 300 metres altitude difference.
Route info Half-day round: Approx. 7 km, suitable for prams, leads along the foot of the Henndorf Hausberge and runs on passable paths throughout.
Refreshment stops: Kienberg Inn (Detour approx. 10 minutes)
and in the village: Stelzhamerstube, Trattoria Mario, Village cafe, Bakery-Confectionery Leimüller, Toramen's kebab
WC: Public WC at the school
Sightseeing: The Steinwandl offers a magnificent view of the Alps and the foreland
Public transport: Line 130 bus stop Ortsmitte, approx. 5 minutes from the starting point school
Henndorf Tourist Office
T +43 6214 6011