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Hiking the Grossvenediger with The Next View

In 2014 The Next View celebrates its 5th anniversary. And we did that in style. We all took off to Austria and hiked the Grossvenediger, top 4 of highest mountains in Austria.


Hiking route

The first day we hiked in pretty good weather conditions to Defreggerhaus.



The second day, the hike to the actual summit (The Next Summit ;-) we woke up early and found out that snow covered our route. But that didn't undermine our spirit. We took off and had a great hike. We almost made it to the top, but unfortunately weather conditions (snow and wind) worsened and with the sign in sight we had to return.


Look very close, you can see a grey cross somewhere in the top left corner ;-)


Back to a safer spot to take our group picture.


With Schnapps of course ;-)


What an amazing experience. Hiking a 3666 meter high mountain was something completely new for me. Doing that with colleagues was really awesome!

More pictures in my Grossvenediger album.

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