Due too bad weather it took us quite some time but it's a very beautiful climb.
My dad and I climbed (merely just hiking) the petzeck (3202m)on a beatiful and sunny day from the parkinglot, an hour walking below the Lienzer Huette. From there we could see the hochschober and the Glödis, so we planned to come back a few days later and give the hochshober a try. We decided to go from the Lienzer Huette to Gartl and over the SE slope to the top. But the weather turned out to be horrible and not even close to the weatherforecasts. We had a hard time to even find the path with a visibility of max. 15 meters due to the fog/clouds. When we were hiking for an hour and a half it started to rain and decided to go back because we were to slow to even reach te SE slope at a decent time. We didn't gave it a second try because our holidays were at their end. last year we got to the top of the beatiful Glödis (when you're around give it a try, nice views at the GrossGlockner and with good weather the GrossVenediger!) and after the second attempt we made it.
Leibnitz Valley 1.656m - Debantgrat 3.055m - Hochschober South-East ridge
same group with Melchior
Climbed the mountain with the Xmotion group.
First assent and it was really nice. Also Hochschoberhuette is a nice place to stay.
Such a long day...
Perfect weather on this day trip from Reissach.
A very fine tour! Some unpleasant snow on the summit ridge, unfortunately low visibility from the top. We descended by the SE route (we didn't dare to cross the Kleinschober too).
Been there several times, most times up the SE ridge (accessible both from Lienzer hut / east side or directly from Westl. Leibniztoerl, a bit more climbing there).
one of my very few ice climbs. It is ideal for beginners. We had 30 cm fresh snow, otherwiese there would be pure ice in September. We climbed in the clouds so I didn't see anything. We descended to the Hochschoberhuette on the normal route. The next day the weather was very fine and we returned to the Kals valley via Staniskascharte and a very nice descent, not marked, on a difficult to find path. There are some alpine pastures not used anymore nowerdays because the valley is so remote.