Schneeberg 2.076m

 

 

History: Between 1573 and 1588 Charles de I'Ecluse climbed five times to the peak of the Schneeberg. In 1897 opend the mountainrailway line with 9,5 km distance and 1.217m difference in altitude.
 
From the south-west you start in the Höllental nearby the Weichtalhaus in 563m, climb through the gorge called Weichtalklamm until you reach the Kienthaler Hütte in 1.380m then you take the way No. 01 to the peak called Klosterwappen. In 10 minutes you will reach the Fischer Hütte. Downhill you will be able to bypassing the gorge on the F. Mayr Weg.
 
From the north-east you start nearby Losenheim 871m and reach in 1,5 hours the Sparbacherhütte 1.248m. Then you take the Fadensteig (I-) which is a stony and steep path until the edge of the Fadenwaende 1.736m - from this point plain way will bring you to the Fischerhütte 2.049m. Downhill you will be able to take the Wurzengraben.
 

Raxalpe 2.007m

 Specification: In 1926 opend the cable-car with 1.013m difference in altitude to the south-east side of the plateau. The platform of the Raxalpe extend to 25qkm and the highest peak is the Heukuppe on the west end.
 
From the north-east you start in the Höllental nearby the Weichtalhaus in 563m one way is called Wachthüttelkamm and with support of ca. 20 ladders you reach the plateau. A lot of paths beginns after you climb the Schönbrunner Stiege - exemplary the Gaislochsteig with a short moist ladder (during the winter it means iceclimbing), the Alpenvereinssteig with a 60m high ladder to overcome the first wall and much more. The distance to the peak is to long for a one-day tour!
 
From the south-west you start by the Preiner Gscheid 1.070m and the easest way is called Schlangenweg to the Karl Ludwig Haus 1.804m then the peak Heukuppe 2.007m is nearby and will be get-at-able in 0,5 hours. Some other paths called Reißtalersteig, Karl Kantnersteig, Gretchensteig and much more with different difficulty.