Kirchlispitzen - Drusenfluh
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For the climbing cracks!
Between the Kirchlispitzen and the Drusenfluh are the world-famous top walls in the climbing scene. The really good climbers are pleased about the incredibly impressive plate tanks and the steep limestone plates.
With the route "WoGü" by Beat Kammerlander, one of the most difficult multi-pitch lengths in the world is located in the Rätikon. The best climber in the world, Adam Ondra, was the first person to conquer the route only 11 years after construction.
Number of routes
6a - 8c
(very few easier routes)
up to 750m
Number of rope lengths
- Silver vulture, 4th church tip, 6 rope lengths, 8b+, completely drilled, sometimes large distances
- Hannibal's nightmare, 4th Kirchlispitze, 6 rope lengths, 7c, completely drilled; partly large distances
- Intifada, Schweizereck, 8 rope lengths, 7a+, completely drilled, partly larger distances
Very different. Details can be found in the climbing guide.
climbing harness, climbing shoes, helmet, 2x50m rope, 12 express slings, clamping wedges & friends for certain routes and abseiling device
1'950 - 2'300 m.a.s.l.M
778 300 / 212 200 (Intifada, Schweizereck)
From Schuders to the Pardutz climbing hut. ATTENTION! The alpine road to Grüscher Älpli is subject to a charge. The permit for CHF 10.- can be easily obtained via the easypark app, by SMS or at the Berggasthof Alte Post in Schuders. Parking is only allowed in the marked parking lot, otherwise there is a parking ban on the whole area.
On the hiking trail further north in the direction of Schweizertor.
Beat Kammerlander set up some top routes such as Silver Vulture, New Age, WoGü or Neverending Story.
Several other people.
The use of the routes 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 coverage is a matter for each individual. In winter, the climbing areas are not accessible. All information without guarantee.
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