Grosser Gradensee lake (2474...

Grosser Gradensee lake (2474 m) - with Adolf-Nossberger hut - and Grosser Hornkopf (3251 m) in the background. Left is Klammerscharte pass (2930 m) that leads to Goessnitztal valley (Elberfelder hut) (August 1996) Seen from south from the descent from Hohe Gradenscharte pass

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desainme

desainme - Aug 27, 2004 10:24 am - Voted 10/10

Thanks for the well done zoomed back perspective

Is the SE flank like the Thunder Pyramid in that it is equipped with portable handholds. The ridges look good!

Mathias Zehring

Mathias Zehring - Aug 27, 2004 11:32 am - Hasn't voted

Re: Thanks for the well done zoomed back perspective

I've read the guidebook more carefully now: SE flank has been climbed in 1923 by Dr. Boehm and Dr. Heinsheimer. They rateted the climb with UIAA IV-, but many variations are possible, which may be easier because it is reported that sheep have climbed the mountain through this flank. So I am sorry that there are no alpine gold medals to earn here. Using the ridges (UIAA II+) is more common and surely rock quality is better there

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