Altitude 2310m a.s.l
Gesäuse has been the traditional realm of Viennese and Styrian climbers since the late 19th century. In Haindlkar, there are many alpine style showpieces such as the Pfannl-Maischberger, Ödsteinkante, Rosskuppenkante and Dachl classic North Face. Development continues to this day and many classics have been sensibly bolted but still retain a big mountain feel aided by alpine accesses and long descents.
Shorter offerings (200-300m) are availlable on Kalbling to the west and Buchstein to the North, providing good choices in shoulder season.
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