I didn't go as far as the Grosser Ramolkogel (3596m), but I am rather proud of having gotten up to the Mittlerer Ramolkogel, which is categorized in the guide of the Ötztal Alps as a difficulty grade II mountain, and after all, as I wrote on my profile, I'm not a climber. I set out early in the morning from the Ramolhaus (the colors on that morning at I think it was 6:00 a.m. were just out of this world - the first sunlight on the horizon gleaming like solid gold - I should have had a camera with me on that day!!!!!!!), went past the Ramoljoch and up the north ridge - which was tricky, but I did it - to the summit. Much as I would have loved to continue, I realized that the ridge connecting the Mittlerer and Grosser Ramolkogel was more than I would have been technically apt to. But already the Mittlerer Ramolkogel has a considerable altitude and is a magnificent viewpoint - I especially remember that glorious view to the Pustertal in it's entire length! I then scrambled down the blocks of the eastern ridge, crossed the glacier, and continued via Ramoljoch (3186m) towards the Martin-Busch-Haus.