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Long/Lat: 8.619493, 47.038085
- Access Issues: inherited from Chämiloch
There is a farm directly next to the crag. Please do not enter the farmers land. He is not too happy with that.
Also there is a shooting range, and when they are shooting you are not permitted to access the far right wall. There will be a sign up so there is no danger of "accidentally" being shot.
- Ethic: inherited from Chämiloch
Again, please do not walk or drive on the farmers land
New Route 1
New route to the far left of the sector on the corner. 3 bolts then over the mantle finish to the right
New Route 2
Start 1 meter right of NR1
New Route 3
Tricky start. Start 1 meter right of NR2 move along the left of the bolts. For a varient try going to the right from the first bolt
This is one of the most feature full routes on the wall. There are underclings, side pulls, finger pockets, bulges and even starts with a small overhang.
Start 1 meter to right of "flat looking" Totemügerli. In comparison to Totemügerli this route is very 3 dimensional.
Anchor is secured by a single ring bolt.
|6||Unknown Route 5||6a||18m|
|7||Unknown Route 4||6a||18m|
Unknown Route 3
Up the crack
After the start 8 small grips heading left
Without using the left crack
|17||Unknown Route 2||6b||18m|
|18||Unknown Route 1||18m|
|4a||New Route 1||68m,|
|4a+||New Route 2||68m,|
|Unknown Route 3|
|4b+||New Route 3||68m,|
|Unknown Route 4||18m|
|Unknown Route 5||18m|
|6b||Unknown Route 2||18m|
|?||Unknown Route 1||18m|