Thanks for the nice words. I will try to incorporate that info into the page. You've got some great pics. Look forward to seeing some more.
So if I understand your page, you hadn't spoken to anyone who climbed the ridge from the Matterhorn? I climbed that ridge when I did the two peaks, from the sub-summit with the cave in it. Anyway, just thought you might want to know.
Yikes, sorry about that. Needed an updating. Yes, I did go back and do that ridge route a few years back. I corrected the page, thanks for the heads up. Incidentally, I didn't find the right route on the way over to Sac from Matt and ended up in loose scree below the gendarmes. On the return from Sac though, I saw the right way and it is easy class 3 along the spine. Harder to see that when coming from Matt though.
I was going to say, geez, didn't seem that big of a deal when I did it, but I didn't want to insult anyone. Glad I could be of help, your stuff is really great though!
Thanks, I really do apreciate the heads up on stuff. Want to keep it all updated and correct. (Yeah, coming from Sac to Matt was really easy and I was mad at myself for not finding that way sooner.)
Has anybody rapped down into that cave on the sub-peak between Sac and Matt? I am so curious about that thing.
Somebody messaged me about that last year I think (was that you?) and said they were going to do it but I never heard back from them. I know that thing sounds deep, we threw rocks in and never heard anything hit. Wonder if it is just eroded out limestone from water. If so, those caves can be really deep. I'd be interested in seeing where this thing goes too. Have some buddies who are cavers, I'll ask them if they know anything.
Dont think that was me but yeah, I have always wondered about that cave. Hmmm. Sounds like an expedition to me.