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Monchsberg, Salzburg
Oct 6th 2018

Monchsberg Climbing

Afternoon city cragging in Salzburg. About 10x shorter than Bristol’s Avon Gorge, but at least 10x as pleasant a setting.

Kuhgrat, Lietchenstein
Sep 23rd 2018

Fürstensteig

When we set off from the carpark at Gaflei, we had no idea that the "Fürstensteig" would be quite as dramatic as it turned out to be. A steep, meandering path chiselled across the cliffs, reminiscent of the approach to Shimshal in Pakistan. We had just enough time to traverse to Kuhgrat, the highest peak of the ridgeline.

Naafkopf, Liechtenstein
Sep 22nd 2018

Naafkopf

Our new favourite (tiny) European principality. Liechtenstein was absolutely gorgeous this weekend, a double land-locked nation of rocky peaks and green pastures. Erinna and I hiked from Malbun around the ridge to Naafkopf, the third highest peak and triple point where Austria and Switzerland both meet on the border.

Kopfkraxen, Wilder Kaiser
Sep 16th 2018

Sonneck-Scheffauer ridgeline

A wonderful day, which began with the stiff hike from Hinterschießlingalm, past the Sonnenstein and up to the ridgeline at 2100m. Our plan had been to traverse the airy ridgeline across to Scheffauer, but we stopped at Wiesberg and chose to retrace our steps, leaving the rest of the ridge for another day. One to return to in winter perhaps?

Kleines Törl, Wilder Kaiser
Sep 15th 2018

Kleines Törl

Erinna wanted to explore a new part of Austria so I thought it time we headed to the wild towers of the Wilder Kaiser. A very misty first day made for an atmospheric scramble up to the col at Kleines Törl.