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Climbing garden Weberlisch cave

Klettergarten Weberlisch Höhle
Weberlisch Höhle im Rätikon

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Weberlisch Höhle in St. Antönien

For the really good climbers probably the most beautiful climbing garden in the Rätikon!
Fantastic and very athletic routes await you...

Description

Number of routes
13


Difficulty 6b - 8a

Route length
up to 35m


Rock Lime

Hedging
well

Material
climbing harness, climbing shoes, helmet, 70m rope, 12 express slings, small friend set for certain routes and abseiling device

South-West orientation

Entry
2,025 m a.s.l.
785 370 / 206 810

Access
From St. Antönien Rüti (1461 m above sea level) on foot into the valley to Äbi (1657 m above sea level) or by car to car park P6 (last parking space with parking ticket) and from there follow the hiking trail to the Partnunstafel. Then follow the hiking trail towards Plasseggenpass. After about 1:20 hours from P6, the climbing garden is located directly on the hiking trail.

Gastronomy / Accommodation
Berghaus Sulzfluh
Further possibilities can be found in St. Antönien.

Interior design
Andreas Audétat, Paul Sennrich, Roger Bertoli

Safety
The use of the climbing garden is at your own risk. Basic knowledge of rope handling and safety technology is required. For beginners, it is recommended to hire a mountain guide. The creators disclaim any liability. Insurance cover is the responsibility of each individual. In winter, the climbing areas are not accessible. All information without guarantee.

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