2-day Ascent on the Grossglockner via the Stüdl Ridge

Join Stefan, a certified mountain guide on this 2-day mountaineering trip in Austria! On one of the most classic mountaineering routes in the Alps, you will climb to Austria's highest peak, Grossglockner.

2 days
Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep


  • Climb the highest peak in Austria!

  • Enjoy the fantastic views and nature within the Austrian Alpine Range

  • A classic mountaineering excursion in the Alps!


Calling all climbers to the Austrian Alps! On this 2-day climbing adventure on the Grossglockner mountain, you will experience the sheer excitement that the Alps have to offer.

The Grossglockner mountain is located in the southwest of Austria and it’s the highest peak in the country. This mountaineering excursion is one of the classic mountaineering challenges in the Alps, much like venturing to the Matterhorn or Mont Blanc.

We will begin this trip with at 1,918 meters above sea level and climb about 800 meters on our first day to the Stüdl mountain hut (2802 meters). This should take approximately 2.5 hours. The following morning we will rise early and enjoy a hearty breakfast in order to be physically strong enough to climb the 1,000 meters to the summit (3798 meters) via the Stüdl Ridge. After taking in the sweeping views, we will then descend via Erzherzog-Johann-Hütte (3451 m), climbing down 1,800 meters.

This is a private trip of moderate difficulty, so please keep this in mind when signing up! With a 4:1 guide ratio, this is a great trip to do solo or with loved ones.

Request to book this trip if you have always wanted to climb the Grossglockner mountain!


Day 1: Luckernhaus-Stüdlhütte

We will climb from the Ködnitztal to the Stüdl hut (2802 meters). It will take approximately 2.5 hours (800 meters ascent).

Day 2: Grossglockner summit

We will enjoy a hearty breakfast and then start the climb over the Teischnitzkees to the entrance of the Stüdl ridge (approx. 1.5 hours). This will then take us directly to the Grossglockner summit (3798 m).
Afterwards we will descend via the normal path to the Erzherzog-Johann-Hütte (3451 m), where we will continue the descent.