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Rote Flüh

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1 2 25m
2 4- 45m
3 4 35m
4 4+ 35m
5 2 15m
6 7 20m
7 3 35m
8 3 35m
9 3 30m

6th pitch is rated 7 - or 4+ A1

FA: H. Kadner, v. Schwerin & v. Overkamp, 1919

1 6+
2 6+
3 6+
4 6-
5 7-
6 4
7 3
8 6-
9 6-
1 3
2 3
3 5+
4 4-
5 3+
6 2
7 2
8 4-
9 2
1 5- 50m
2 5+ 35m
3 3 15m
4 6+ 30m
5 6- 45m
6 6 35m
7 6+ 35m

FA: A. Kleemaier & L. Schuster, 1954

It starts with Sudverschneidung and runs alongside for 5 pitches. Then it turns right and follows cracks and chimneys.

FA: O. Leixl, Schwerin & Overkamp, 1920

Starts as SO Wand, at platform with three trees (5th pitch), turns left into overhanging groove and then follows a pillar.

Pitches:
6+, 5-, 3, 3, 8, 7+, 7-, 7, 8, 6-, 3, 3

FA: H. Reisach & G. Geisenberger, 1969

Original start is at the center of the face, it goes up and traverses 50m right. Now, most people start those 50m earlier and make first pitch from Kanaleweg (6+) and then follow the systemof cracks and chimneys slightly to left.

FA: H. Schertel, 1929

It starts at an overhanging corner in face connecting Rote Fluh and Hochwiesler.

Pitches:
7+, 8-, 7, 5+, 6+, 6 (top of Hochwieslersporn, walk down a bit), 7+, 5

FA: Walter Hölzler & Nico Galauch, 2003

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