Loser (German pronunciation: [ˈloːzə]) is the name of a mountain in the Ausseerland in Austria which has an elevation of 1,838 metres above sea level.
The mountain is the most prominent landmark of the Ausseerland. Among the locals, it is also known as the Ausseer Ohrwaschl (Aussee Ear) because of its shape. It is possible to almost reach the peak by car by using a toll road of 9 km. There is an extensive parking lot in front of the Loser Restaurant at an elevation of 1600 m, from where one can embark on various tours. The Augstsee (1643 m / 250 m × 100 m) is located close to the restaurant and is an attractive target for hiking which can be reached with just a little walking. From there onwards, one can reach the peak by passing the Loser-Fenster (Loser Window), a natural rock gate. One of the most important ski resorts of the Ausseerland is located on the Loser and spans about 1000 meters of elevation. During the descent, one passes a second gastronomic establishment, the Loserhütte at 1498 m.
There's a hiking trail (T2) called 255 Loser Gipfel leading to the summit. Loser is one of the 1 peaks along the Wanderweg 255.
The nearest mountain hut is Loserhütte located 909m/2 983ft ESE of the summit.
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