Zugspitze Climber's Log

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Peter K

Peter K - Dec 26, 2007 7:16 pm Date Climbed: Dec 19, 2007

Route Climbed: Jubiläumsgrat  Sucess!

We made a "regular" winter climb of the Jubiläumsgrat: took the gondola from Eibsee to the Zugspitze and continued down via the ridge to Alpspitze and Osterfelderkopf.
Quiet, on a wednesday morning during winter...
Though gotta come back for a "fair means" ascent. :)

reinhard2

reinhard2 - Oct 19, 2007 4:43 pm Date Climbed: Feb 22, 1981

Repeated ascents  Sucess!

via different routes.
1981 Jubiläum ridge in winter with a friend in the following way:
Ropeway to Kreuzeckhaus. Next morning Alpspitze via Schöngänge and SE ridge, over to Jubiläum ridge to bivy hut. Clouds fell in that evening, but the morning brought the sun's splendor back again, with -16°C inside and -18°C outside the hut. Continued to Zugspitze bypassing several steep ridge sections using snow gullys on the S side of the ridge. Arrived at summit just 20 minutes before the last ropeway went down.
Fascinating alpinistic experience.

Via Reintal May 1984 and Sept 2004, both times in clouds above Knorrhütte.

From Ehrwald via Gatterl in June 2007 - very nice hiking tour.

Via Höllental in Aug 2011 - very impressive indeed!

alpspitze

alpspitze - Sep 25, 2007 9:00 am Date Climbed: Sep 9, 1993

From Hoellental  Sucess!

Nice hike but too many people on top.

joe_akeem

joe_akeem - Aug 31, 2007 6:38 pm Date Climbed: Aug 25, 2007

Route Climbed: Hollental  Sucess!

Nice but busy...

Bubba Suess

Bubba Suess - Mar 16, 2007 5:03 pm

Ok, ok, I only "climbed" it.  Sucess!

Took the Gondola up and the train down. I know, I know...

Lubos

Lubos - Feb 11, 2007 6:24 pm Date Climbed: Jun 19, 1984

Hoellental  Sucess!

It used to be my favorite one very long day trip going early down to Garmisch and climbing the Zugspitze. It was a real apine experience in winter.
I did the route probably ten times.

Dan Dalton

Dan Dalton - Nov 22, 2006 5:59 am Date Climbed: May 15, 2005

Great Time...  Sucess!

I would like to return to climb this mountain proper. Skiing is great on the top too!

Marcus Hofmann

Marcus Hofmann - Nov 19, 2006 7:06 pm Date Climbed: Oct 22, 2006

Route Climbed: Höllental, Matheisenkar, Grieskarscharte, Jubiläumsgrat, Zugspitze  Sucess!

A great ridge climb on one of the last sunny weekends in the fall. We were alone on the ridge. Beautiful.

newenglandhiker

newenglandhiker - Oct 22, 2006 8:01 pm Date Climbed: Jul 25, 1989

One of my favorites  Sucess!

This is one of my favorites, through the Hollental

tommi

tommi - Oct 21, 2006 7:50 am

Route Höllental Ferrata

Climbed in summer 2003, very god weather but on top it was cloudy. The next day the trip over the Jubiläumsgrat to the Alpspitze

schmid_th

schmid_th - Sep 5, 2006 2:30 pm Date Climbed: Jul 24, 2003

From Hammersbach to the top of Europe  Sucess!

In 1 day from Hammersbach via Höllental to the top - 7 hours ascend. And when we reached the cross it started to rain - big luck!

Sebastian Hamm

Sebastian Hamm - Jan 31, 2006 2:32 pm

Route Climbed: Hoellental Date Climbed: Okt 2004

10/2004: One day trip via Hoellental
10/2006: One day trip via Hoellental
:-)

emilie

emilie - Nov 12, 2005 12:56 am

Route Climbed: Eibsee (German) Date Climbed: September 2004  Sucess!

I was on vacation and hired a guide on the fly. No regrets. One of the best climbs I have ever done. Amazing red skies in the morning, beautiful views of the surrounding peaks, and a sense of accomplishment when clanking by the tourists eating their brattwurst and drinking their beer!

michel - Sep 13, 2005 11:46 am

Route Climbed: ehrwald-zugspitze Date Climbed: 2003 and 2004  Sucess!

i've climbed him twice wonderful panorama at the top

alpspitze

alpspitze - Sep 13, 2005 8:44 am

Route Climbed: From Hammersbach Date Climbed: September 13, 1993  Sucess!

One of my first real Alps.

LS

LS - Jul 17, 2005 3:00 am

Route Climbed: normal route from Austria Date Climbed: 13 Aug 2003  Sucess!

See the trip report and pictures here:

http://distantpeak.com/web/mountains/europe/zugspitze

Joerg Marretsch

Joerg Marretsch - Apr 3, 2005 4:13 pm

Route Climbed: Hoellental Date Climbed: 24 August 1002  Sucess!

It´s a must. I reached the highest summit of my home-country Germany. A nice day and a good beer at the summit restaurant. But too much "non-climbers" coming with cable railways.

Mathias Zehring

Mathias Zehring - Aug 22, 2004 10:15 am

Route Climbed: Hoellental Date Climbed: August 22nd 2004  Sucess!

Where can you sign your summit log while being on the summit itself? Here on Zugspitze you can. 2 h ascent brought us yesterday to Hoellentalanger hut, 4 h today on the summit on the Hoellental route, that is a medium via ferrata - but with snow and ice on the upper part. Stepping on the summit and meeting hundereds of tourists there - and this internet port - is unbelievable...

JohnQuimby - Aug 8, 2004 6:02 pm

Route Climbed: Ehrwald - Wiener/Neust. Hutte Date Climbed: 3 August 2004  Sucess!

Very nice hike with fun long scramble to summit from the hutte. We did this with two 12 yr old boys and had to hustle to keep up with them in the upper reaches. 5 hours on the trail including a half hour at the hutte. Early start is a good idea (6 am) to beat afternoon weather. Everyone enjoyed the trip and handled the cables without difficulty.

Benno

Benno - Jul 31, 2004 9:16 am

Route Climbed: Reintal - Summit - Wiener Neustädter Hut - Ehrwald Date Climbed: 10th-12th December 2003  Sucess!

Solo winter traverse

Starting at the station in Garmisch (708m) I went through Partnachklamm and Reintal going up to Knorrhut (2051m) which of course was closed because of the time of the year. Bivouacing in front of the hut. Summiting (2962m) on the next day at 14:00 after negotiating the ice and snow covered summit ridge where a heavy wind blew. Leaving summit at 15:00 and descending down to Wiener-Neustädter Hut (2209m). It wasn't that easy with a steep and hard crusted snow surface which didn't leave much room for mistakes. Using my half-rope to rapel down some uncomfortable sections. Getting to the hut after sunset . Wind was very strong by then and I looked forward to a high wind chill factor in my bivouac, but miraculously the hut was open, though abandoned. I slept inside, still with temperatures far below zero, but without wind. All my drinks were frozen the next morning. Descending down to Ehrwald (994m) and feeling exhausted, yet damned good. It was my eigth summiting of Zugspitze, but my first winter traverse.

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