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Description

Schönes Gebiet an der Straße.

Bitte unbedingt dem Weg zum Felsen folgen und nicht über den Zaun steigen. Es handelt sich um Privatgelände!

Access issues inherited from Kochel

Wiesenwand and Keltenwand may be off limits sometimes due to cows grazing. Parts of Atlantiswand might be temporary closed due to birds nesting.

Approach

Get the bus from Kochel train station to Altjoch or alternatively, walk about 45 mins from Kochel train station.

Access issue:
Stay out of the pasture and maximum 5m away from the wall. No climbing when cattle are present. No picnic. No crossing of the fence. Instead, walk around the outside of the fence to the right until you reach a beck. This area is privately owned, and walking on the farmer's meadow threatens future access.

Routes

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FFA: Felix Frieder, 2002

FFA: Beate Höck & Frimann Kintscher, 2007

FFA: Beate Höck & Frimann Kintscher, 2007

Direct variation of 'La vache qui rit'.

Follows a slightly overhanging left leaning crack. Thin passage at half height to a more powerful finish on big holes.

FFA: Felix Frieder, 2002

A little balancy start into a boulder problem, then some nice jugs to the top.

Very rightmost route before the big tree.

New line directly left of Buckelwiese.

Right line starting behind the rock on the small hill. Powerful on edges and holes over two bulges to an easier finish. Very well secured.

FFA: Beate Höck & Frimann Kintscher, 2007

Line following the slightly right leaning dihedral, starting behind the group of trees on top right of the small hill. Avoid the old anchor to the very right, there is a better placed new one.

FFA: Beate Höck & Frimann Kintscher, 2007

Joins 'Familie Labile' at the 3rd bolt.

FFA: Beate Höck & Frimann Kintscher, 2007

FFA: Felix Frieder, 2002

Follow the obvious right leaning ramp / dihedral, starting in between the cave (right) and the small hill with trees (left). One of the classic lines of this wall, with homogenous difficulties on good but sometimes hidden holds.

FFA: Beate Höck & Frimann Kintscher, 2007

FA: Beate Höck & Frimann Kintscher, 2007

FA: Beate Höck & Frimann Kintscher, 2007

FA: Beate Höck & Frimann Kintscher, 2007

FA: Beate Höck & Frimann Kintscher, 2007

Same start as into 'Sportfetish' and 'Alpenfetish', after 2nd bolt traverse left over the edge and climb up staying left of it.

FA: Beate Höck & Frimann Kintscher, 2007

Same start as 'Alpenfetish', but straight through the upper wall.

FA: Beate Höck & Frimann Kintscher, 2007

Rightmost version of this line following the right dihedral and crossing back left at the very top to the anchor of 'Sportfetish', just after the crux. Beware of loose rock.

FA: Beate Höck & Frimann Kintscher, 2007

Start behind the tree through the trivial start slab. Some powerful moves over the bulge and a delicate traverse left lead to the anchor. Don't get confused with the other line crossing from left.

FA: Beate Höck & Frimann Kintscher, 2007

FA: Martin Ott, 1991

FA: Martin Ott, 1991

Slightly overhanging dihedral. A tad easier than its iconic big brother 'Grand Illusion'.

FA: Andi Deeg & Konrad Bauer, 2008

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