sorry, I missed the continuation of this thread:
okay, some tipps are:
A) Venediger Hoehenweg east:
Day 1: from Matreier Tauernhaus (1550m) to St. Poltener hut (2481m); Tauernkogel (2989m) as additional summit possible
Day 2: St. Pöltener Westweg trail to Neue Prager hut (2796m), very fine scenery. Easy but 7 h walk
Day 3: back to Matreier Tauernhaus or traversing lower Schlatenkees glacier or even lower on the hiking trail, crossing Loebbentoerl pass (2770m) to Badener hut (2608m).Some short parts with cables, great <a href="http://www.summitpost.org/mountains/photo_link.pl/p/photo_id__6271__object_id__658__type__mountain__mountain_id__658__route_id____user_id____order_by____limit__">scenery</A>
Day 4: Down to the Tauerntal valley and with bus back to Matreier Tauernhaus. If you are quick you can climb <a href="http://www.summitpost.org/show/mountain_link.pl/mountain_id/1120">Kristallwand (3329m)</A> in the morning on marked route
B) Venediger Hoehenweg west:
Day 1: from Virgental valley (Hinterbichl, 1336m) to Essener Rostocker hut (2208m). Climbing Rostocker Eck (2749m) in addition possible.
Day 2: crossing Tuermljoch (2790m) to Johannis hut (2121m). If this is not enough – the next stage is over Sajatscharte (ca. 2750m) to Sajat hut (2575m)
Day 3: Praegratener Höhenweg trail to Timmeltal valley and down to Praegraten.
Path is sometimes narrow with sand and a litle bit exposed.
C) Stubai – Innsbrucker hut has already been named:
Day 1: to Innsbrucker hut
Day 2: hiking trail top Bremer hut (6h)
Day 3: further on to Nürnberger hut or down back to Stubai valley
D) southern Zillertal Alps - South Tyrol
Day 1: Sand in Taufers - Speikboden cable car (2000); Kellerbauer hiking trail to Neveserjoch hut (2416m).
Day 2: Neveser Hoenweg trail to Edelraute hut (2545m), climbing Napfspitze (2888m) possible in the afternoon
Day 3: Down to Mühlwalder Tal (two options) and with bus back to Sand in Taufers