Head S to the ridge, staying on the left (E), (small ledge).
Climb up to Rosskuppe from the E side.
Then down climb on the S ridge of Rosskuppe (exposed!), to the Dashl: a smooth limestone ridge.
Walk along the Daschl, and climb along the ramps to the pre-summit. (Some exposed passages - including crawling under a roof)
Climb to the pre-summit on its NE ridge, go down a bit on the SW side and head to the main summit of Hochtor.
Same way, or: via the Scheneelochweg (SW) down to the Johnsbach valley, or via the SE ridge (Josefinensteig) to Hesshuette.
Both the Scheneelochweg and Josefinensteig are protected by fixed ropes.
About 2h for the ridge
Rated II+ on the local signs.
Regular red on white circles mark the route (kind of faded but still visible as of 2016).
Exposed and no protections in place.
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