|PeterCorneliusSpaeth||Route Climbed: Hoellental Ferrata and Reintal Date Climbed: 1998, 1999|
|Did the (nice) Hoellental Ferrata as approach to the 'Jubilaeums Ridge'. 1999 I ran the 'Zugspitz Lauf' all the Reintal up to the 'Zugspitz Platt'. Don't search for my finishing time - but what the ...: I did it ;-) Next time I will not be at a wedding the night before. Also I have bought runner's leggings now...|
|Posted Apr 24, 2002 1:03 pm|
|Rahel Maria Liu||Route Climbed: E-ridge Date Climbed: winter 2000 and 2001|
|wonderful view, much snow|
|Posted Jan 2, 2002 8:53 am|
|Luidger||Route Climbed: Höllental, glacier, via ferrata Date Climbed: 07/??/1994|
|The most interesting route to the Zugspitze: Höllentalklamm (deep narrow canyon), Höllental, glacier, via ferrata.|
|Posted Dec 14, 2001 2:49 am|
|Dan||Route Climbed: Erwald- Wiener/Neust.Hütte-summit Date Climbed: 20.10.01|
| Make sure to approach the Zugspitze from the Austrian side. It is less crowded- I only met 4 other people on the way up.( you will meet at least 100 on the bavarien side!!!). For German proportions you will find a great view of the central Alps and can also whitness the phenomena that it is very often bad weather in Italy while ths sun is out on the north side of the Alps. Change of alt. from Ehrwald to the top is about 1800 meters. You start at the cablecar( Ehrwalder Zugspitzbahn)It is supposed to take 6 Hours to the top but if it takes you more than 4 you should see your doc if there is anything wrong with you.|
Above the Wiener/Neust.(closed in wintertime) hut you will find a lot of iron in the rock.
be prepared to a very special summit experience once you get to the top. There you will find some noisy resturants and a complex german engeneered building( good Quality!)and a lot of japanese tourists that look at you in disbelive...
|Posted Oct 22, 2001 4:08 am|