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Equipment

What to wear during the hike:

  • Hiking socks

  • Long functional under wear Vest (if available)

  • Trekking pants

  • Softshell jacket

  • Thin hat

  • Mountaineering boots Class B/C to D

  • Sunglasses

 What to put in your 25 to 35-liter backpack: 

  • Water bottles

  • Goretex trousers (in case of rain)

  • Goretex jacket (as it can be windy on the mountain)

  • Primaloft or down jacket (in case it gets really cold)

  • Thick hat (head is the area where most heat is lost)

  • Thin gloves (for hand protection) 

  • Thick gloves (to keep fingers warm)

  • Extra clothes (to change & sleep in) 

  • Small towel

  • Toiletry (recommend toothbrush, toothpaste, brush, soap)

What we provide: 

  • Hiking poles

  • Food/snaks: granola/power bars, nuts

  • Head lamp

  • Headache medication

  • Crampons

  • Harness

  • Helmet

  • First aid kid, Headache medication, Blister kid

  • Sleeping bag liner (for added comfort in the hut blankets)

Hike Information

The hike begins at Lucknerhaus, located at 1918 meters, and follows the trail via Lücknerhütte to Stüdlhütte at 2801 meters. From there, you will continue the ascent to Erzherzog Johann Hütte at 3451 meters, where you will spend the night. In the morning, you will proceed to the summit of Großglockner at 3798 meters. The descent is via Salmhütte at 2644 meters, leading back to the starting point at Glocknerhaus, situated at an elevation of 2136 meters. You will be driven to the starting point and picked up from the endpoint via a private transfer.

Lucknerhaus (1.918 m)  - Stüdlhütte (2-3 h, 883 altimeter)

Stüdlhütte (2801 m ) - Erzherzog Johann Hütte (2,5 - 3h, 650 altimeter)

Erzherzog Johann Hütte - Gipfel Großglockner (2h, 350 altimeter)

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