Before I will work on my videos from the Japan activation there was one activation just the weekend before that I could not finish video editing before vacation.
But I think it is definitly worth watching. Great views and a bit of adventure.
We, that’s Alexandre and myself, were packed like mules with radio gear, camping stuff and a lot of extra water. Alex was bringing 5 Liters extra water to the summit for both of us.
- 5Ah LiFePO4
- 12 Watt Solar panel
- 6 m Teleskop pole
- Upper-outer linked for 20/17/15/12/10m band
- 2m J-Pole rollup antenna
Weather was great and the dinner and beer at the Gasthaus Ödsteinblick was a nice treat after our hike.
View from Leobener Törl - Saddle to Gesäuse summits
On tour with Alexandre
First summit: Lahnerleitenspitze OE/ST-109
Secound summit and our camp spot: Leobner OE/ST-106
Blaseneck summit OE/ST-123
More views in the video
Btw. for those that might wonder about wild camping in Austria. In general this is not allow. There are only some areas were exceptions allow it.
One of those regions is Styria only for elevation above the treeline that are not used as pastures.
And of course National parks have their specific rules - that is in general excluding camping at all.
Summary by the Austria Alpine Association:
73 de Joe