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Access issues inherited from Berdorf

To be allowed to climb here, you need to be member of a climbing federation which is part of the UIAA or IFSC. Such as the FLERA, DAV, [...]. The old permit system has been replaced in April 2016.

Ethic inherited from Berdorf

Chalking is tolerated but, because of the grippy nature of the sandstone, often times unnecessary. So try to keep chalking to a minimum and clean your chalk marks – also because a lot of chalk and moisture make holds slippery.



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The tall, overhanging arête in the middle of the big wall at the river bed. Bridging makes it less sustained but more likely to get off route. Maybe 6b+ without bridging.

Incredibly cool 6a-ish climbing to a first crux and a long move off small holds. Coordination and fingerpower!


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