|Location Salzburg, Austria||Elevation 3,348 m|
|Parent range Glockner Group / High Tauern|
First ascent ca. 1842 - 1845 G. Mayer (Badhans) during a hunt
Mountain range Glockner Group, High Tauern
Similar Klockerin, Großer Bärenkopf, Großes Wiesbachhorn, Hinterer Bratschenkopf, Fuscherkarkopf
The Hohe Dock lies in the Austrian federal state of Salzburg and, at 3,348 metres, is one of the highest peaks in the Glockner Group. The mountain, with its striking trapezoidal shape, dominates the orographically left-hand side of the valley of the Fuscher Ache and the panorama above the northern ramp of the Großglockner High Alpine Road.
Map of Hohe Dock, 5672 Fusch, Austria
Its secondary peak, the southeastern summit, reaches a height of 3,268 m (AA).
The start point is the head of the valley at Fusch an der Großglocknerstraße (Ferleiten). The summit is ascended via the Schwarzenberg Hut (2,267 m) along a signed, high alpine path.