Lasörling is the highest summit of Lasörling Group. It’s located on a long sub-ridge diverging from the east-west main ridge to the northwest.
The peak is famous about its 360° panorama.
The first recorded ascent to this peak was in 1861, made by Carl von Sonklar.
Photos are awaited here because when I climbed this peak I had no camera with me.
Thanks for the ones from Mathias Zehring
There are three mountain huts around the peak: Lasnitzenhütte, Lasörlinghütte and Berger-See-Hütte. Although the latter is the closest, the standard routes are reaching the summit from the other two huts.
All the huts around Lasörling are reachable from Virgental (Prägraten or Hinterbichl is the starting point).
Virgental is reachable by car or by public buses. For more information see the Lasörling Group
The peak is in the Hohe Tauern National Park.
There are three mountain huts around the peak:
Camping is not allowed as the peak is in the Hohe Tauern National Park.
The ideal starting points for Lasörling are Lasnitzenhütte and Lasörlinghütte.
From Lasnitzenhütte there are two possibilities: following the path 314 to Prägrater Törl and then climbing along the ridge, or deviating from this path before it turns to southwest and taking a small path asending directly to the summit ridge.
From Lasörlinghütte take the Lasörling-Höhenweg towards the pass of Prägrater Törl. You can reach the summit either from the pass or by a smaller path branching from the Höhenweg directly towards the peak.
The final part of all these routes is the same: you have to scramble a little on the summit ridge (UIAA I-II).
Count 3 hours for ascent and 2 for descent.
If you want to ascend from Berger-See-Hütte, there is a climbing route on the north ridge (UIAA III-), approx. 3 hours.