Climbing and via ferrata routes on the Hochkönig
Everything about mountain climbing in the Salzburg region
The Hochkönig is 2,941 m high. Its size is massive in every respect. It's not without good reason that the Hochkönig has a legendary reputation among mountain climbers. Among the pros, it ranks up there with the climbing Eldorado of the Arco (Italy) or Chamonix (France). From amateur mountaineers to experienced climbing enthusiasts, there is something to make every climber's pulse race faster with excitement. The variety of ascents and routes up to the highest of difficulty levels make the Hochkönig a climbing and sports paradise - the Hochkönig reveals its most beautiful sides when it comes to via ferrata climbs, high alpine routes, and exposed summit tours. Austrian climbing legend Albert Precht accomplished countless first ascents in his home region. His knowledge about the distinctive mountain ranges of the Hochkönig and their characteristics helped him to make this area accessible with many routes.
On your summer vacation on the Hochkönig, climb up to the peak of emotions!
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The Hochkönig - One mountain with many faces full of alpine treasures!
- South face & Wetterwand, sector A, B: the secluded rock faces of the Hochkönig south face and the Wetterwand with a height of up to 800 m offer numerous alpine classics. A few of the challenging alpine routes have been refurbished.
- Mandlwand rock face, sector C: climbers who prefer solitude and doing things on their own will find countless opportunities on the bizarre summits and rock towers here.
- Torsäule, sector D1: the climbing-friendly limestone and south-facing location attract many climbers. Out of the 36 refurbished routes, several of them are considered among the top routes in the northern Limestone Alps. In winter, climbing can be perfectly paired with a ski tour.
- Immlauer mountains, sector D2 – D5: the Immlauer mountain area with the rock walls of the Torsäule, the Schober, and the Flachfeld with a selection of enjoyable, well-secured, and easily accessible routes is the most visited climbing sector in the Hochkönig.
At the "LIVINGROOM" park in Mühlbach on the Hochkönig, there are two new Salewa bouldering rooms!
Here you can try out the sport of climbing without having to worry about preparations or alpine dangers. If you have already tried this, you can explore the wonderful climbing world in the mountains of the Hochkönig with an experienced guide.