The Reichspitze is a 2586 m high rocky peak, which lies in the Parzinn area in the middle of the Lechtal Alps. The ascent takes place from Pfafflar through the lonely Fundaistal valley on a marked path towards the Galtseitjoch, which is easily recognizable in the form of a broad ridge of grass. When you reach the yoke, you will see the striking Schlenkerspitzen on the left and the Reichspitze on the right. Due to easily recognisable tracks and the one or other red marking, finding the way is no problem. Some transverse ribs from Gosau layers have to be crossed before reaching the summit of the Reichspitze. This is predominantly insured by wire ropes, but nevertheless requires absolute surefootedness and freedom from vertigo (II). Once you reach the summit, you can enjoy a wonderful view of the Parzinn. The descent can again take place through the Fundaistal to Pfafflar, or one descends at the Galtseitjoch, direction Hanauer hut and further through the Angerletal to Boden. The Alpine Club huts in the area are the Hanau hut in south-western direction and the Muttekopf hut in eastern direction. Sure-footedness, alpine experience and freedom from dizziness are required - climbing skills are also required when climbing the summit.
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