Great Wiesbachhorn 3,570 m

Dominant firndome and one of the most beautiful Eastern Alps mountains.

Rival of the Grossglockner, completely free-standing. Main summit of the Fuscher – Kapruner Kamm. Deepest fall to the east and southeast against Ferleiten. At 2,418 meters, the greatest difference in altitude between valley and summit in the Eastern Alps.


Kaindlgrat normal route

Requirements:

  • Good condition for 350 vertical meters / hour,
  • Surefootedness, a head for heights and some rock experience.

1 day:

Meeting point at the Kesselwandhaus car park near Kaprun. Joint ascent by bus to Moserboden (2,100 m). From there it goes on foot over the marked path to Heinrich-Schwaigerhaus (2,802 m)

  • Ascent: 700 meters in altitude
  • 2 hours

2 day:

Early in the morning we start our tour towards the summit. Behind the hut we climb a steep gully (“Klamml”, a simple via ferrata). It continues over the Forchezkopf and Kaindlgrat to the summit at 3,570 meters above sea level. Descent on the same path to Moserboden and on by bus to the cars.

  • Ascent: 770 meters in altitude
  • Descent: 1,470 meters in altitude
  • 7 hours

Cost per person:

1 PAX€ 590, –
2 PAX€ 310, –
3 PAX€ 220, –
4 PAX€ 180, –
Plus own expenses

Rental equipment available on request