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1 4a 45m
2 4b 45m
3 6a 45m
4 3c 50m
5 2a 15m
6 4a 45m
7 7a 30m
8 6a+ 45m
9 4b 45m
10 3a 40m

FA: W. Amann & M. Schallert, 1982

1 3c 40m
2 3c 20m
3 4c 35m
4 2a 35m
5 4b 35m
6 2a 30m
7 4a 30m
8 1a 30m
9 3c 30m
10 3a 35m
11 5a 30m
12 6a+ 40m
13 3a 25m
14 6a+ 35m

FA: V. Eggenberger & L. Roffler, 1973

1 4a 40m
2 3c 20m
3 5b 50m
4 5b 50m
5 5c 40m
6 6b 25m
7 4b 20m
8 5a 30m
9 4a 25m
10 6a+ 40m
11 3a 25m
12 6a+ 35m

FA: W. Amann & E. Sonderegger, 1986

Climb in 2a-3a, 120m

1 7c 40m
2 8a+ 30m
3 7b+ 15m
4 7c 15m
5 7a+ 15m
6 8b 20m

FA: R. Mathis & Co., 1994

FFA: H. Berger, 2006

1 8b 40m
2 7c+ 20m
3 8a+ 25m
4 7a+ 15m
5 8b+ 20m
6 7c+ 40m

One of the most difficult multi pitch climbs in a alpine setting of the world.

Description by Pietro dal Pra via Planetmountain.com

Repetions

Set by Beat Kammerlander, 1993

FFA: Beat Kammerlander, 1993

1 7a+ 40m
2 7b+ 40m
3 7b+ 40m
4 7c 35m
5 7a+ 25m
6 4a 30m
7 4c 35m

FA: M. Scheel & R. Bösch, 1986

FA: T. Hiebeler & M. Niedermann, 1957

1 3a 35m
2 4a 30m
3 3a 25m
4 5b 45m
5 4b 45m
6 3a 40m
7 3c 40m
8 5a 40m
9 45m
10 5b 40m
11 4c 35m

FA: V. Eggenberger & U. Hew, 1973

1 3a 35m
2 2a 20m
3 4b 25m
4 5a 30m
5 4a 40m
6 3c 40m
7 3a 35m
8 3b 35m
9 3c 30m

FA: W. Amann & L. Dünser, 1983

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