Although the Grimming is "only" 2351m high, it is the highest freestanding mountain in Europe. Not only that but it offers wonderful but strenuous and technically more challenging hikes and of course, amazing views from the summit.
The south eastern ridge of the Grimming is an easy climbing route (maximum difficulty 2+, mainly around 1, 1+ or just hiking). Ropes are not required.
The plan is to drive to Trautenfels at the bottom of the mountain on the Friday afternoon, and hike up to the Grimming hut (ca. 1 hr) and stay the night there, if there are places available. On the Saturday we will set off up towards the summit via the Südost Grat, and descend either via the Multereck (very long descent) or to via Kulm (need to take a taxi back to the start).
If no places are available in the hut, we will try to find another date, so flexibility may be necessary. Alternatively we could look for accommodation at the foot of the mountain, but that will make Saturday a very long day!
As this is a strenuous, long, technical hike I will only take people I know, and who I know can manage this hike without assistance. Please do not be offended if I don't accept your registration, or give priority to more suitable participants!