Hasler Rippe

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Route
Location:
Berner Oberland, Switzerland, Europe
Route Type:
ice/rock climb
Time Required:
Most of a day
Difficulty:
D

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Hasler Rippe
Created On: Jun 22, 2005
Last Edited On: Jun 23, 2005

Approach


We started from the Konkordiaplatz (ca. 2650m). With the skis we followed the flat glacier towards the Hollandia hut. The Hasler Rippe is a vertical stoney rib crossing the north face of the Aletschhorn.
More pictures from the Aletschhorn and our trip you will find here.

Route Description


The Hasler Ripper is a very clear line through the north face of the Aletschhorn.
Its steep at the beginning and at the end (about 50┬░). Easy rock climb (no bolds!) you can find at the beginning and in the middle of the route (II+).

Difficulty: D
Height: ca. 700m
Duration: 2,5h (very fast!) - 4h (normal sportive climbers)

Essential Gear


Rock climbing: stopper, friend, leashes.

Ice: crampons, ice axe(s), srews and glacier equipment

Miscellaneous Info


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