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Kleiner Gjaidstein

Kleiner Gjaidstein

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Recommended by 58 out of 58 hikers


  • JR56

    The Dachstein is already impressive in itself: At an altitude of 2,996 meters above sea level, it is the second highest peak in the northern Alps. In the Dachstein massif, he stands out with his impressive triumvirate, which you can admire from afar. However, the Dachstein Glacier is really impressive due to the numerous possibilities it offers its visitors.
    From skiing to snowboarding, hiking to climbing or just to enjoy the mountain air - no matter when you visit the Dachstein: A trip to the region is always worthwhile.
    We were there in June 2009 in bright sunshine up there. A great experience that we can clearly recommend and will always keep in good memory.
    The Dachstein massif is 2,996 meters high, the glacier railway reaches up to 2,700 meters.
    In 1909, the south wall of the Dachstein was climbed for the first time.
    Around the Dachstein are numerous nature reserves.

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    • October 21, 2019

  • Berlinnic

    Anyone who has already crawled in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains can do it here. The path is well prepared, only a short section has to be overcome with iron handles and rope, the rest is upright. Even more great prospects.

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    • September 24, 2020

  • Marion

    You need a bit of climbing experience, but for the effort you will be rewarded with a great view

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    • July 27, 2021

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Location: Obertraun, Gmunden, Salzkammergut, Upper Austria, Austria


  • Elevation2,740 m

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