Salbitschijen Climber's Log
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|TheNobleSunfish||East Ridge |
Date Climbed: Jun 21, 2014
|Amazing (and amazingly well-bolted by American standards) ridge climb. Didn't tag the true summit due to thunderstorms.|
|Posted Jul 23, 2014 1:51 pm|
|il.rocciatore||Route Climbed: East Ridge Date Climbed: september 2012|
|A bunch of people on the South Ridge...we were alone on the East Ridge. Pleasant climbing on generally sound rock, good belays in place. Summit needle is awesome!|
|Posted Sep 25, 2012 4:45 pm|
Date Climbed: Jul 17, 2012
|Attempted the Takala variant (4 additional pitches of 4c/5a), but turned around after 8 pitches as it got too cold, weather seemed uncertain, and we (four friends in two rope teams) started late and were too slow, in hindsight, chatting too much. Weather had been totally out the previous few days, so we were quite disappointed to turn back on a relatively good day; weather held up though and a lot of people finished that day. Hope to come back, it seemed like a nice challenging route.|
Gemsplangen, via Huttengrat (12 pitches of 4b/4c) done the previous day in mountain boots in somewhat wet/snow conditions was still a nice climb.
For any of the routes up this mountain, the normal return is via a coluoir; ice-axe and proper boots was very handy for me! (not applicable if you go later in the season)
|Posted Jul 24, 2012 9:51 pm|
|We climbed the South Ridge in Aug. 2011 - only another party in the route|
|Posted Aug 26, 2011 7:02 pm|
|RoyD||Parallel East ridge |
Date Climbed: Jul 5, 2010
|Climbed the parallel east ridge during the alpine instructor course of the dutch alpine association under perfect weather.|
|Posted Jul 10, 2010 4:20 pm|
|Vinny||one of fav places|
|I did return with Robin and Toby several times and we enjoyed some easier routes than the full rideg main event.|
One of my favourite places in CH!
|Posted May 28, 2010 2:36 pm|
|RoyD||South ridge with Takala |
Date Climbed: Aug 23, 2009
|South ridge with the alternative start via Takala|
|Posted Aug 24, 2009 12:48 pm|
|We went up to the bivak (jep to climb this long one, but decided not to). So next morning we followed the kettenweg (nice wake-up call wearing sneakers) and went to climb the Niedermann (direkter S-wand) on the Zwillingsturm. Very beautifull climb with different types of rock. We had a two hour break on the top and abseiled down the route.|
|Posted May 2, 2008 7:42 am|
|Lortnoc||Route Climbed: Paralelle Ostgrat Date Climbed: July 2005|
|First alpine rock route for me. Beatifull experience. Nice route, well protected.|
|Posted Dec 7, 2005 6:33 am|
|Lorenz||Route Climbed: W ridge Date Climbed: 2 and 3 Aug 2003|
|We chose to climb it in two days. We wanted to do a bivy along this beautiful ridge as the weather was perfect. One of the most beauriful climb I've ever done.|
|Posted Sep 23, 2003 5:45 am|
|kletterwebbi||Route Climbed: S-ridge Date Climbed: 1986, 2000|
|I've climbed the S ridge two times. It's a very nice, not to easy route. The crux is demanding for a route of that rating.|
|Posted Dec 17, 2002 7:23 am|
|kletterwebbi||Route Climbed: W-Ridge Date Climbed: Juni 1996|
|Ginger an I have done it very early in the year, we have done the second ascent of that year according to the book in the salbit bivy. Wonderful route, awesome rock, less people, we enjoyed it very much.|
|Posted Jul 21, 2002 11:12 pm|
|Vinny||Route Climbed: West Ridge Date Climbed: August 2001|
|It's not so easy for everyone Ulli. ; )|
The Salbit Bivouac is tricky to find in the dark.
Stefan and I did make it up the First Tower, but considering I had been vomiting en route we decided pressing on the remaining 24 pitches would be unwise. Beware expired budget Camembert cheese!
The next day we did the other route on the first tower, and enjoyed it's more consistent technicalities even more, also savouring the nice rappel route of the main route.
|Posted Jun 26, 2002 7:04 am|
|UlrichPrinz||Route Climbed: West Ridge Date Climbed: 11-Aug-2000|
|Very nice tour, many people do it on a nice day !|
->Start early if you are a fast climber, or you will be
stuck inbetween other parties. The tour starts directly
behind the hut, we started with headlamps.
Unbelievable, but the real Paper Summit Log acutally
has a number of bivouacs halfway on that route !
We were at the top for lunch: 35 pitches in < 7.5 hours ;-)
Climbed two nice long routes on the west ridge the next day.
Ulli Prinz & Guenter Haas
|Posted Feb 1, 2002 3:10 pm|