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Schober

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Recommended by 51 out of 51 hikers

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  • Dieter

    Beautiful view mountain. When wet, caution is advised. Beautiful round hike over the Frauenkopf possible.

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  • Jürgen Hild

    The Schober belongs to the Schafberg group of the Salzkammergut mountains.
    With its 1328 m above sea level. A. is the Schober the highest elevation in the edge of the terrain, whose logical continuation beyond the Schatzwand (1264 m above sea level) forms the imposing Drachenwand (1176 m above sea level) above the Mondsee. It is one of the Salzkammergut in the Salzkammergut hundreds of meters high demolition front of the overhanging ceiling of Dachstein lime against the low foothills of the flysch zone (Kolomansberg) to the Alpine foothills. To the west, the foot of the Drachenwand-Schober-Kante runs into the Thalgauegg corridor between Thalgau and Fuschlsee, which, broken by the Fuschler Ache, runs out in the Heuberg near Salzburg. Before the crashes lies a wooded Schuttfuß on the north side with mighty block heaps.
    The southern slopes fall wooded and middle part against Fuschlsee and Eibenseebach from the Eibensee.
    In front of the Schober summit, the side summit Frauenkopf (1304 m above sea level) rises above Fuschl am See.
    Source: Wikipedia

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  • Jürgen Hild

    The Schober belongs to the Schafberg group of the Salzkammergut mountains.
    With its 1328 m above sea level. A. is the Schober the highest elevation in the edge of the terrain, whose logical continuation beyond the Schatzwand (1264 m above sea level) forms the imposing Drachenwand (1176 m above sea level) above the Mondsee. It is one of the Salzkammergut in the Salzkammergut hundreds of meters high demolition front of the overhanging ceiling of Dachstein lime against the low foothills of the flysch zone (Kolomansberg) to the Alpine foothills. To the west, the foot of the Drachenwand-Schober-Kante runs into the Thalgauegg corridor between Thalgau and Fuschlsee, which, broken by the Fuschler Ache, runs out in the Heuberg near Salzburg. Before the crashes lies a wooded Schuttfuß on the north side with mighty block heaps.
    The southern slopes fall wooded and middle part against Fuschlsee and Eibenseebach from the Eibensee.
    In front of the Schober summit, the side summit Frauenkopf (1304 m above sea level) rises above Fuschl am See.
    Source: Wikipedia

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  • Julś

    We climbed up to the sunset and it was outstanding!

    The transition from meadow, to the forest, over many helping roots to the rock was indescribably beautiful! There is always the opportunity to enjoy the view.

    The top meters can be climbed with steel ropes. In spite of heavy backpacks, we also went without it.

    ... It is easy to walk the link to the woman's head.

    Extremely beautiful! Would I do anytime again and recommend all my loved ones!

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  • Elevation1,350 m