An Unclimbed 1000 Meter Wall in Continental Europe? Huh?
A fine picture of the 1000 meter South Face of Mt. Arapit (2217m), the 'Matterhorn' of Albania, just outside of the village of Theth. A reported 'Master's Route' goes up to the left, and the main face has been climbed to 1/3, before moving onto the ridge to the right. A direct big wall route up the main vertical face from the bottom has yet to be managed. - photo courtesy Ralf Gentsch
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