Via ferrata "Rote Säule"

Challenging via ferrata at the "castle in the mountains

The most important at a glance

difficulty
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D/E
length
350 m
duration
1 h
exposition
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O
sea level starting point
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2600 m
sea level entry point
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2660 m
sea level highest point
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2820 m
access time to the entry point
15 min
walking time descent
1 h
state: open
best season:
JUN, JUL, AUG, SEP, OCT
access:
Ascent to Sajathütte, from there north towards Sajatscharte. Continue left directly to the foot of the wall.
descent:
From the summit to the south via graduated terrain into a wind gap (easy climb, section B is rope secured) and through a gully to the foot of the cliff. From there down a path and back to the alpine lodge.

arrival

Car park
Car park Sajat-/Stabanthütte 1.480m

altitude profile

Pdf file

Gpx file

Interactive map

Current weather conditions

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11°C/52°F °C

Description

This via ferrata route which has been in existence since 1986 was expanded a few years ago to create a more extreme variant at the start (D/E – overhanging ladders). The “normal”

start in contrast has been set up at a difficulty level of B/C. Right before the longest ladder (17 m)

both variants come together again. Continue in the sturdy rock area, which is well-secured to the summit cross, where you can enjoy an outstanding panoramic view to the many three-thousand metre mountains in East Tyrol.


Difficult sections: C – difficult start - variants D/E.

Equipment: Complete via ferrata equipment and helmet.

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