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11 Aug 2012


Grossglockner – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering

Grossglockner (3798 m) photo

Photo credit: Zsolt Réti dr

Grossglockner Normal Route photo

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Grossglockner photo

Photo credit: Michael Schmid

from Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe, Grossglockner photo

Photo credit: Grzegorz

  • Elevation: 3798 m
  • Difficulty: Basic Snow and Ice Climb
  • Best months to climb: July, August, September
  • Convenient center: Heiligenblut, Austria

Grossglockner Climbing Notes

Dusan from SLOVAKIA writes:

Pallavicini couloir 8-10.5.2013 - conditions medium difficulty, melt snow, temperature close to 0°C, danger of falling heavy pieces of ice, rocks and possible small avalanches. Couloir possible to climb - start early morning to be at the saddle in the middle of Klein and Gross Glockner latest at 10-11am. After this time couloir becomes dangerous. Ice in last 2 pitches is not good, be prepared for mix climbing with lot's of water on rocks.


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1. Fanatkogl (2905 m) 0.0 km
2. Medelspitze (2669 m) 0.0 km
3. Hohe Dock (3348 m) 7.8 km
4. Granatspitze (3086 m) 10.4 km
5. Großes Wiesbachhorn (3564 m) 10.9 km
6. Gößnitzkopf (3096 m) 11.5 km
7. Kitzsteinhorn (3203 m) 13.5 km
8. Sonnblick (3105 m) 19.0 km
9. Schaufelspitze (3333 m) 20.6 km
10. Hexenkopf (3035 m) 22.7 km


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