"Bschießer", or Tyrolean also "Bscheißer" means that on the mountain with "downing" avalanches or scree is to be expected. Whoever climbs this mountain, believes so too, at the sight of the rugged southern flank.
But not only here is the terrain steep, also the marked trails to the summit require surefootedness and fitness while you follow the serpentine. Once at the top you can let your gaze wander over the Tannheimer mountains and the Allgäuer high alps.
February 12, 2016
The ascent from the Zipfelsalpe is for the most part quite steep, but easy to walk on. On the summit you have a great view of the Allgäu mountains and surrounding peaks. The summit of the opposite Ponten can be reached in about 35 minutes from the Bschießer. Unfortunately I had to omit this because of a bad weather warning.
July 6, 2019
Did the tour on June 1st of this year and should have listened to our landlady Resi.
There was still so much snow up there that we could not have climbed either of the two peaks safely. Disappointed, we had to turn back on the steep wall below the summit cross of the Bschießer and descend the entire route to Hinterstein, past the Zirleseck and Willersalpe. It went down on its knees !! But it was still an unforgettable trip !!
July 30, 2019
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