Mountaineering Highlight (Segment)
The only way to the Serles leads from Serlesjöchl on the southwest flank to the summit. The path is quite steep and leads over partially rocky, partly loose terrain, but is altogether good walkable. However, you should definitely be sure-footed! Although the path is not directly exposed, but slipping on the steep slopes can have fatal consequences at one point or another!After only a few meters of ascent you will come across a ladder and a short, rope insured piece. A via ferrata set can be saved here - unless there are children. On the following section of the route, however, loose stones may easily start rolling, which then start up at some speed. Since the Serles always attracts many mountaineers, I recommend a helmet on this piece. The difficulty as a via ferrata, I rate with A with single digits B: right at the beginning of the path leads over a 3m high ladder, then just below the summit there is easy rock climbing, but not insured and comes along without danger of falling.
September 1, 2018
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