Tamischbachturm, where the Gesäuse shows its tame side

The 2035 meter ( 6676 ft)  high Tamischbachturm is the second highest mountain in the Buchstein group and is therefore one of the Gesäuse mountains north of the Enns. It is entirely part of the Gesäuse National Park and although its north face drops off steeply, viewed from the south it shows its tame side, which also makes it one of the easiest mountains to climb at over 2000 meters in the Gesäuse.  And the long but not difficult ascent is rewarded with a great panoramic view of the striking peaks of the Gesäuse mountains south of the river Enns. The Tamischbachturm can be climbed from several sides. From Hieflau in the Enns valley, hiking trail 648 leads over the south ridge to the summit. The Tamischbachturm can also be climbed along the ridge from the east via the Buttensteig, with the last ascent having exposed climbing spots on the first level of difficulty (UIAA I). Probably the most popular ascent is via the Ennstalerhütte and the west ridge (hiking trail 648). And so the Ennst

The inconspicuous Dürrenschöberl offers a breathtaking all-round view

Morning sun over the snowy Sonnwendstein

Along the border between Upper Austria and Styria up to the Großer Pyhrgas

Via the Herminensteig on the Waxriegel

On top of the Gesäuse