From the starting point turn left on a path in the direction of Lachwies. From the Lachwies farm onwards a steep footpath continues steeply downhill to Bärenbad. Once there, follow a forest road for a short while before turning right into a well signposted trail to the catered mountain hut Aifner Alm. After the Alm, turn left in the direction of Aifenspitze summit, turn left at Schweinelieger and walk uphill to the Kreuzjöchl on a path that is very steep in places. Continue to hike downhill through the Wildkar combe and on a path towards the catered mountain hut Kielebergalm. Finally return to Piller the forest road.
From the starting point you walk along the forest path to the catered mountain hut Kielebergalm. Continue on a path, at times steep, through Wildkar cirque until you reach a fork, turn off to the right in the direction of the Schweinelieger peak. Once there, you may either take a right to walk straight to the catered mountain hut Aifner Alm or a left to climb the Kleine Aifnerspitze peak (very nice vista). Return by the same route to the Schweinelieger and descend on a well-signposted steep path to the Aifner Alm. From there, a
waymarked steep path joins with a forest road. After a few meters on the forest road turn right to walk on a steep path in the direction of the Harbeweiher pond/Bärenbad. At the pond, take a right to return via Lachwies to Piller/Forstgarten.
Naturparkhaus [Nature Park Centre] at Gachenblick (1584m)
Naturparkhaus [Nature Park Centre] at Gachenblick (1588m)
From the starting point, take a forest path left in the direction of a pond [Harbeweiher]. The forest path reaches a steep trail, which you continue to follow, keeping to the right. Just before the Harbeweiher, take a left turn. Continue to walk on this trail to the catered mountain hut Aifner Alm. Once there, turn off left via a well-prepared steep path until you reach the Schweinelieger summit. From there, keep right and walk along the ridge to the Aifenspitze summit. Please note: only cross over to the Hohen Aifenspitze peak if you are sure-footed and an experienced mountaineer. Return by the same route you came on.