Videos: Massive Austrian Alp summit crumbles to the ground during giant ridge collapse – Fluchthorn/Galtür lost 100 meters (328 feet) elevation within seconds!


On Sunday afternoon, at around 3:20 p.m., huge masses of rock broke off from the north-western flank of the southern Flüchthorn massif. Impressive amounts of rubble collapsed in a loud roar. According to first estimates, the summit is now around 100 meters lower after the landslide.

Boulders also thundered in the direction of Jamtalhütte. However, the refuge itself was not damaged. According to first indications, there are neither injuries nor damage. The police and the mountain rescue service assume that at the time of the collapse there were no people on or directly below the Flughorn.

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The first (left) video in the Tweet is the same as that above. The second video (right) shows you the extent of the collapse. The mountain lost an amazing 100 meters or 328 feet in elevation!

Nothing is known about the cause of the landslide. The snowmelt has picked up speed in recent weeks: This in combination with the frequent thunderstorms, may have destabilized the mountain flank. A lot of meltwater and rainwater is perfectly normal at this time of year. There is no indication that climate change is behing the giant rockslide.

This is the result of the amjor ridge collapse a bit below:

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100 meters (328 feet) elevation lost in seconds

The Flüchthorn is located in the border area between Austria and Switzerland and belongs to the Silvretta, a well-known alpine region with many mountains over 3000 meters. At 3,398 meters, the southern summit of the Flughorn was the second highest peak in the Silvretta after the Piz Linard (3,410 meters).

According to first estimates, the summit is now around 100 meters lower after the landslide. A new summit cross can probably not be attached for the time being, as further collapses are imminent.

A nearby mountain, the Kleiner Piz Buin (3255 meters), is also at risk of a giant landslide. The mountain is therefore under close observation and there are discussions about relocating the normal ascending route. A nearby Alpine Club hut was closed in winter due to the high risk. [Wetter Online]

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