Good story! Unfortunately fathers are often voted down by family when trying to take the family to a peak
It was 19 km long tour. We started from Podkraj pri Mezici, from the farm house Hanzej (730 m a.s.l). First we ascended to Dom na Peci, from there to Mala Peca and then to Kordeschkopf. The same way for returning. According to our GPS tool the cumulated elevation gain was 1645 m. It's not bad in December!
After the hiking we drove home what was a 350 km driving on the same day. It was quite an exhausting day
Finally after the failure 40 years ago managed to get the account even with Petzen. Climbed from the south and stood on all the major summits.
Sometime back in 1974 my family tried to head for the Prtzen summits. We drove to the cable-car and took it all the way up. Started to hike up the mountain but in the end my dad was voted down by the rest of the family long before we got even close to the summit. After that it would take another 15 years until I returned to the mountains.
2003: Feistritzer Spitz 2.114m from Riepl, 1.270m and back
2007: Riepl - Feistritzer Spitz 2.114m - Knieps - Kordesch Kopf 2.126m and Back
- Skitour Siebenhütten 1.711m - Kordesch Kopf 2.126m and back
- Tour from Luscha to Feistritzer Spitz 2.114m and back
2011: Riepl - Feistritzer Spitz 2.114m
2013: Skitour from Riepl - Feistritzer Spitz 2.114m
2014: Skitour from Riepl - Feistritzer Spitz 2.114m
I was on Peca massif several times, two times on Bistriska spica (western summit) and in 2005 on the highest point. In the neighbourhood I did also a nice cycling (around the whole massif).