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Access issues inherited from Eagle's Nest

Some sections of the cliff are on private property.

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From the apparent gear-up spot at the base, climb up the wide set of rollers, opting for a line that suits your intents. A large platform at 2/3 height offers tree belays on the left, and frequently transforms into advanced base camps for parties that play on the Curtain. The climb continues up the ice, bypassing trees on the left and right as required.

FA: Uwe Embacher

This is the leftmost line of the curtain, featuring a few body lengths of steep ice. Even in the early season, the ice extends widely on the face. Climb the pillar below the 3m rock step at the left hand of the curtain. More ice lies beyond the ledge, on a small headwall on the left.

FA: N. Kartner & A. Melkic

The best route on the cliff. Long, sustained, vertical ice in a deep chimney. (Rap rings with chain installed as of 2020)

FA: Tom Hopkins & Georg Buechli, 1977

Start at a thin, hollow smear of ice and climb to a ledge with a rap station (as of 2020). Stop here to belay to reduce rope drag. Continue left up a ramp over snow, rock and thin ice.

FA: Norbert Kartner & Al Melkic, 1977

Start at the obvious blue icefall just south of the main parking lot. Climb the icefall to a pine tree. Belay here. Take the rotten gully just right of the main cliff to the top.

FA: Uwe Embacher

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