Induction is only at a little additional burden particularly on the specified steep slopes possible. Occasionally are spontaneously some average, infrequent also bigger avalanches possible.Show details
Seven summits in Warth-Schröcken in one fell swoop.
A hiking circuit across seven summits and taking in 2000 metres altitude - that is the Seven Summits Tour in Schröcken - THE mountain highlight in summer.
These are the summits to be negotiated.
- Hochkünzelspitze 2397m
- Rothorn 2239m
- Hochberg 2324m
- Braunarlspitze 2649m
- Mohnenfluh 2542m
- Juppenspitze 2412m
- Höferspitze 2131m
Annual event highlight.
7 summits, 48 kilometres, 4300 metres altitude: these are the key facts and figures of the tour and anyone who manages the 24-hour challenge which takes place every September, can count themselves among the best endurance athletes. The tour is a real challenge for all hikers and trail runners.
Seven Summits multi-day tour.
Who said that they can conquer the seven summits in just 24 hours?
For those of you looking for a sporty alternative to a day tour, we have come up with two variants. For instance, how about tackling the 7 Summits in two days or in 4 days? Fit hikers or trail runners have the option of doing either a two day or a four day tour - immortalised seven times in a summit register. This means that everyone can hike at their own pace and enjoy the natural surroundings - altitude training effect included. Each day starts and finishes in Schröcken, that is, you stay the night and relax in a cosy bed in the valley.
7 Summits Weekend.
- Day 1: Hochkünzelspitze, Rothorn, Hochberg and Braunarlspitze
- Day 2: Mohnenfluh, Juppenspitze and Höferspitze
7 Summits Week.
- Day 1: Mohnenfluh and Juppenspitze
- Day 2: Braunarlspitze
- Day 3: Künzelspitze, Rothorn and Hochberg
- Day 4: Höferspitze
The 7 summits can also be a fantastic destination for a hiking week. Split into 4 stages, with an easy day in between to relax.