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Description

The Biberkopf is a 2599m high mountain in the Alps on the border between Germany and Austria.

From the Rappensee Hut and from Lechleiten (near Warth) marked routes run up the Biberkopf. These take about 2.5 to 3 hours. Both ascents cross exposed sections of steep rock and scree, which is why sure-footedness is required. Due to the installation of wire cables and other climbing aids the climbs may be attempted by less able climbers (UIAA grade I). An ascent is not advisable in wet weather or conditions of snow and ice. Patches of snow remain year-round on the northern slopes. The routes to the summit are maintained by the German Alpine Club's branch at Obergünzburg, which belongs to the section at Kempten/Allgäu.

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History

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The south face of the Biberkopf was first climbed in 1922 by the Allgäu alpinist, Hermann Grosselfinger. Source Wikipedia

Routes

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1 3 30m
2 6 40m
3 5- 25m
4 5- 40m
5 4+ 40m

FA: P. Henrichs & M. Morschewsky, 1998

1 3 30m
2 6- 45m
3 4 45m
4 4 45m

FA: P. Henrichs & M. Morschewsky, 1999

1 3 30m
2 5- 50m
3 6 35m
4 5 45m
5 4 35m
6 1 20m
7 4 25m
8 5- 40m

FA: P. Hernichs & A. Keßler, 1995

1 3 40m
2 3 50m
3 3 15m
4 3 40m
5 1 15m
6 3 40m
7 4- 20m

FA: Grosselfinger & Grosselfinger u. Co., 1922

1 4+ 35m
2 5 40m
3 3 15m
4 5+ 45m
5 1 15m
6 3 40m
7 4- 20m
1 3 50m
2 4- 50m
3 3+ 50m
4 6+ 30m
5 6 25m
6 5 50m
7 5 50m

FA: P. Henrichs & R. Faißt, 1998

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