Tour 2

Arthurhaus – Hochkönig

The tour from Arthurhaus to Matrashaus at the summit of the Hochkönig is a dream. It is very, long, far, alpine and unconditionally exposed to the weather, but if everything fits and you reach the summit well, the dreamlike Hochkönig panorama awaits!

Altitude meters:1500
Parking lot:Parking lot Arthurhauslift
Starting point:Arthurhauslift valley station
Striking points:Mitterfeldalm, gate column, Matrashaus
Destination:Summit Hochkönig Matrashaus
Departure:Ascent route
Refreshment stops:Arthurhaus, Schweizerhütte, the Matrashaus has in winter only an emergency room
Special features:The queen of tours in the region
Splitboard suitable:No, multiple unbuckling/conversion necessary
Safety instructions:Extremely alpine! Absolutely do with guide and in perfect conditions


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