Climbing on the Dachstein
Of course, a rock wall like the Dachstein south face has something magical for climbers and so the brothers Georg and Franz Steiner climbed through the almost 800 meter high wall as early as 1909, leaving behind one of Austria’s most famous climbing routes, the “Steinerweg”.
But there are also other attractive climbing mountains under the spell of the Dachstein, such as Türlspitz, Koppenkarstein or Hohes Dirndl to name just a few.
The tours selected here are just a few of the many interesting possibilities in the Dachstein area!
Dachstein south wall
|Godel-Steiner||5+||1100m||€ 580, –|
|Steinerweg||5||1000m||€ 580, –|
|Pichlweg||4||900m||€ 500, –|
|Top secret||5||600m||€ 500, –|
|May knew||5+||700m||€ 600|
|transgression||3||500m||€ 400, –|
|Steiner Gödel||4||450m||€ 400, –|
|SO intersection||5||350m||€ 400, –|
|Compact pillars||6+||400m||€ 480, –|
|Merci Cherie||6+||400m||€ 480, –|
|Hubsi pillar||6-||400m||€ 450, –|
|Normal route (Mützenschlucht)||4||400m|
- Safety and climbing experience …
- Condition for approx. 6-8 hours
- Surefootedness, a head for heights ..
- 1 – 2 people (2 people by arrangement)