Easy rock climbing day on Schober-Frauenkopf with panoramic views of Lake Fuschl, Salzburg

Join Daniel, an IFMGA-certified mountain guide, for an easy day of rock climbing up to the top of Schober-Frauenkopf, enjoying panoramic views out over Lake Fuschl and the surrounding Alps, near Salzburg.

 
 

Details

 

Trip Duration

1 day

Mountain Range

Alps

People per Guide

2 people

Trip Level

Easy

Offer Period

May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov

Type of Trip

Private

Highlights

 
  • Enjoy stunning views out over Lake Fuschl.

  • Take advantage of easy pleasure climbing.

  • Head down to the lake for a swim after summiting.

 

Located just 1.5 hours east of Salzburg, the Schober-Frauenkopf is an excellent mountain for some easy climbing with gorgeous panoramic vistas!

After meeting up in Fuschl at the Ruine Wartenfels parking lot, we will make a pretty easy half-hour approach through the evergreen forest.

Once we arrive at the base of the rock, we will spend the next two hours making a very logical climbing ascent following a well-defined ridge line.

The average difficulty of the climb will only be UIAA3, meaning plenty of options to pause and take in the beautiful valley and lake below us.

From the summit, we will enjoy panoramic views out over our surroundings, taking in stunning scenery defined by snow-capped, green fields and Lake Fuschl.

Once we are finished with the view, it’s an easy hour-long hike back down to the parking lot.

Depending on the weather and what time we start, you may want to take the time after our adventure for a refreshing dip in the lake.

So what are you waiting for? Book now for this leisurely yet incredibly scenic day-long climb up Schober-Frauenkopf near Salzburg, Austria!

If you like the look of this trip, but are looking for something a bit more intense, then I think you will enjoy my day-trip climbing the Königsjodler via ferrata on Hochkönig, also near Salzburg!

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Price per person

 
Group of 1
350 EUR

Group of 2
200 EUR

 

Price includes

 
  • Guiding fee
 

Other details

 
Skill level required

Beginner

Fitness level required

Occasional

Meeting point

Fuschl at the Ruine Wartenfels parking

 

About the Guide

 
 

Born in the Austrian Alps, the connection to the mountains was there from early on. Started skiing as a 3 year old kid, bit later climbing and mountaineering stepped in my live. Skiing and climbing all over the Alps and abroad became a huge part of my life.

One of my favorite places in the Alps are the mountains around Chamonix and Zermatt. Since graduating as a fully-certified Mountain guide, I’ve been able to share my passion for skiing and climbing with my guests. When I’m not guiding I try to push my personal limits in climbing and mountaineering. Looking forward reaching summits together.

 
 

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What People are Saying about Daniel Toferer

 

very good guide, wonderful experience
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Marcelo Simonsen
Daniel made our two day guided ascent to the summit of Großglockner an incredible and unforgettable experience. Daniel provided us with quality gear and kept us well informed throughout the whole expedition in terms of the route, weather conditions and safety precautions. Daniel’s communication skills were fantastic and he spoke perfect English. We were very thankful that Daniel gave us a second attempt at the summit after having to turn back on our first attempt due to bad weather (Daniel’s judgement of the conditions was great and we had full confidence in his decision to turn back to ensure safety). The summit was absolutely amazing and we had a lot of fun and good laughs with Daniel. We hope we can book Daniel for another trip soon, Danke!!
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Tom McAuslan
Daniel guided us safely to Matterhorn summit via Hörnli Ridge. We visited Swiss and Italian summits and then headed back to Hörnli Hut. In very good conditions this whole trip took us just approx. 8 hours. Daniel is a very strong and skilled climber – he knows the route, gives good insight on how to climb each section and is continuously aware during short roping to prevent a possible slip. Just understand that Matterhorn climb is a very intense effort - there\'s not awfully lot of time for taking photos, admiring the views or relaxing during the climb.
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Anttu Ahlberg
 

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