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Hans (Johannes Emil) Dülfer was a German mountain climber (23 May 1892 in Barmen / Wuppertal – 15 June 1915 in Arras).
Dülfer started studying medicine from 1911 in Munich, and then changed to law and later to philosophy. The proximity of the Alps enticed him to make 50 first ascents, particularly the Kaisergebirge (in the Northern Limestone Alps) and in the Rosengarten in the Dolomites.
Dülfer developed several early climbing techniques, such as the Dülfersitz rappel, a basic emergency abseil skill.
He died in World War I.
Community Managed account
This profile has been created by Kai and is a test 'community managed profile' because of Hans impact on the evolution of mountaineering and rock climbing. This is part of a test for a new feature on theCrag.com, you can read more about this on github.
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|Tick||8||6||★★★ Dülferführe 5 years ago|
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|7||6||★★★ Dülferführe 5 years ago|
|1||3||Führerweg Wintervariante am Gipfelaufbau 4 years ago|
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|Wilder Kaiser||6||6||★★★ Dülferführe 5 years ago|
|Tre Cime di Lavaredo||2||5+||★★★ Dülfer Dihedral|
Ascents by grade and route style
Ascents by grade and tick type
Climber Performance Rating (CPR) TimelinesFor help understanding the CPR timeline chart see the CPR timeline explained article.
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