Zugspitze Additions and Corrections
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|The Zugspitze ist the highest peak of Germany, but|
only half of it is German. The border between Bavaria and Tyrol runs over the summit. It belongs to the Wetterstein range (which means weather rock, because it is hit first by incoming bad weather from the northwest, overshadowing the neighboring mountains to the north and west by more than 600 m).
On the Zugspitz Platt (a limestone plateau south east of the summit, gently descending to the east), there is a ski resort.
|Posted Dec 19, 2001 3:44 am|
|hammersbach wird mit 2 "m" geschrieben ;)|
ausserdem hast Du recht, dass die Höllenangertal-Wirtsleute unfreundlich sind.
die Klamm kostet soweit ich weiss für AV-Mitglieder 50 C.
|Posted Aug 13, 2002 10:57 am|
|Sebastian Hamm||Muenchner Hut|
|I have added the Muenchner hut to SP. Please add it to Zugspitze.|
Object ID: 195168
|Posted May 21, 2006 12:41 pm|
|I did this last year and have route instructions on this page:|
|Posted Apr 8, 2010 5:38 am|
|reinhard2||Need of crampons|
|It should be said that in summer the conditions on Höllentalferner are seldom so that one can do it safely without crampons. There are regularly important passages with blank ice.|
|Posted Sep 16, 2012 6:27 am|
|Diego Sahagún||Re: Need of crampons|
|Reinhard, Mathias owns the Hollental route, where he says something about crampons. If you think it is not sufficient you could tell him.|
|Posted Sep 17, 2012 10:47 am|
|In the glacier 7 October 2013 there was only ice. No way to pass without crampons. The snow can help you cross it earlier in the summer, but there was none at this time of the year.|
|Posted Oct 8, 2013 4:05 am|