To kill some time, I went ahead and got lunch at a restaurant there, consisting of a burger, fries, and coke with a lemon slice.
After a long lunch and taking some pictures near the station, the weather finally cleared up, so I took the cable car up to the Seegrube station, which was pretty incredible.
View going up to Seegrube:
Along the side of the mountain between Hungerburg and Seegrube, there is a mountain bike trail which looks pretty exciting, complete with wooden ramps and jumps in some places.
After reaching the top, I wandered around and took a ton of pictures, but most of them were to stitch into panoramas later. I did see a guy who went paragliding. He started running on the side of the mountain, and then just took off.
The weather still wasn’t that clear, so I got some hot chocolate, a cake, and a snickers bar and enjoyed the view.
The clouds finally cleared, so I got in the next cable car and headed up to the top station, Hafelekar.
I spent the next couple hours setting up my tripod and taking pictures. Luckily, it didn’t fall over due to the wind, but it came pretty close. I caught the last cable car back at 5:15pm, and then went all the way back down the mountain back to my hotel.