Hochalmspitze 3360m

With a height of 3360m, the Hochalmspitze is the highest elevation of the Ankogel group in the Hohe Tauern.

As a counterpart to the Glockner, it is also known as the “Tauern Queen”. Towering over four valleys, surrounded on four sides by glaciers, it is particularly beautiful, supported by wide and massive slab walls and pillars.


About Detmoldergrat

Requirements:

  • Good condition for 300 vertical meters / hour,
  • Surefootedness, a head for heights and some rock climbing experience
1 day:

The meeting point is the parking lot at the Gößkarspeicher in the early afternoon. Joint ascent to the Gießener Hütte at 2207m. overnight stay

  • Ascent: 600hm
  • 1.5 hours
2 day:

From the hut on the marked path to the Lassacher Winkelscharte, continue over block terrain to a small saddle, briefly climb down and cross the Trippkees to the beginning of the actual via ferrata (B / C). Partly exposed, always along the ridge, in a beautiful climb towards the Hochalmspitze.

The descent is either via the ascent path or in a south-easterly direction down to the Steinerne Mandln. Via a short via ferrata (B) to the Trippkees, cross it and via the Rudolfstädterweg back to the hut.

  • Ascent: 1200hm
  • Descent: 1800hm
  • 6-7 hours

Cost per person:
1 PAX€ 650, –
2 PAX€ 380, –
3 PAX€ 290, –
4 PAX€ 250, –
plus own expenses

Rental equipment available on request