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The Sandling, a salt mountain in the heart of the Salzkammergut, rises distinctly behind the Sandlingschilift.
It will be climbed in an arch to the right from the north.
For a short distance, the ascent is a little steep and avalanche endangered, before you reach a plateau behind which the summit rises.
When visibility is poor, reaching the summit is difficult, even for those familiar with the area.
Finally, if one stands on this one, one has a wonderful panorama view to the Salzkammergut.
Although several descents to the starting point are possible from the summit, it is advisable to descend the ascent path for safety's sake.
In general, an increase should only be carried out if there is sufficient snow.
Otherwise one has to fight through bushes and is confronted with rocks and many mountain pines (Legföhren) on the plateau below the summit.