Climbing Watzmann Ostwand in the Eastern Alps

Come climb Watzmann Ostwand, in Germany, the highest rock wall in the eastern Alps, in the company of a certified mountain guide.

 
 

Details

 

Trip Duration

2 days

Mountain Range

Alps

People per Guide

1 person

Trip Level

Hard

Offer Period

Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

Type of Trip

Not specified

Highlights

 
     

    Come climb the wall that no mountaineer should miss out on. Come climb the Watzmann Ostwand!

    It is the highest rock wall in the eastern Alps and reserved for expert mountaineers only. You need to have an excellent physical condition to be able to handle up to 10 hours of climbing!

    The ascent is not too difficult at a technical level. However, you shouldn’t underestimate the Watzmann Ostwand wall. Its length (1800m from  Königssee to the summit of the Watzmanns Südspitze) makes it one of the most difficult in the Alps. 

    On the first day, we will meet and do an equipment check at the Wimbachbrücke parking lot. From there, we’ll drive to Königsee and go by boat to St. Bartholomä. Afterwards, we’ll spend the night at Ostwandlager.

    Then, on the second day, we’ll start out really early. We’ll climb Watzmann Ostwand via Berchtesgadener Weg. Depending on the weather and the conditions, we will get to  Wimbachgrieß or the Watzmannhaus.

    Nobody should climb Watzmann Ostwand without an experienced guide. Want to join me on this amazing challenge? Contact me now and we’ll start planning your trip. 

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    Price per person

     
    Group of 1
    590 EUR

     

    Price includes

     
    • Guiding fee
     Extra costs: -Overnight and dinner, about €30 (breakfast must be brought with you) - Parking Wimbachbrücke €8 - Boat trip to Ostwandlager €7
     

    Other details

     
    Fitness level required

    Extremely Fit

    Meeting point

    Wimbachbrücke parking lot

     

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    • 1 review

     

    Communication through emails was a bit bad, but the trip itself was tons of fun!
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