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Seven Summits

A special challenge awaits the fit, sure-footed and experienced climbers: the Seven Summits of Saalbach Hinterglemm.
This almost 24 km-long mountain tour over the highest peaks of the Glemm Valley, with an alpine character and massive 1.413 metres in altitude is a tour for hard-nosed individualists and physically fit alpinists.

To climb a mountain is to overcome oneself, to find oneself—and, once again, to rise above events.

The summit is almost reached!
A fantastic panoramic view on the Seven Summits Tour
Couple hiking in Saalbach at the Seven Summits

The route

The signposted route leads through Stemmerkogel and Hochkogel to the most technically demanding ascent up Hochsaalbachkogel. We continue through Bärensteigkogel, Manlitz- and Mittagskogel to the final peak and the highest mountain of the Glemmtal, the Geißstein which is 2,363 m high. Reserves of energy should be saved for the difficult descent through the Birgel to the end of the valley.
There are no serviced huts along this route. This requires good preparation: perfect equipment, sufficient food and water in the backpack, tour planning with regard to weather, and alternative descent options are all necessary to tackle the tour.

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