A fine isolated rocky peak on the northern edge of the Stubai Alps, with extensive views. Easiest route is from the Franz Senn Hut over the Rinnennieder (2902m), then across the Lisenser glacier. A rocky scramble leads on to the steeper Rotgratferner glacier, followed by a scramble up the rocky south ridge to the summit.
|Difficulty:||Basic Snow/Ice Climb|
|Best months for climbing:||Jul, Aug, Sep|
|Nearest major airport:||Munich|
NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 3 trip reports for Lisenser Fernerkogel.
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- Log #16687 - by Peter Bentvelsen on May 26, 2004Very rewarding mixed tour. We started in the mist at the Franz Senn hut, and waited somewhat at the Rinnennieder for the mist to disappear (as the weather forecast promised us). Indeed the sky opened...
- Log #16688 - by Imeyen on Aug 29, 2001This climb has changed a lot over time. It is now a real sporting event, with lots of students from Innsbruck using it as a training ground, especially late in April or in May. 5-6 hours used to be...
- Log #16689 - by Steve Foster on July 13, 2001An excellent climb over mixed terrain, well away from the crowds. There was no one else in the area on the day we were there, and the summit book showed only two entries in the previous week. Overall...