A majestic dinosaur fin of rock dividing cantons of Fribourg and Bern. This rugged-looking range ("without guests") is home to some great sportaneering, long adventurous routes which happen to be well-protected by bolts. At around 1800 m and with most of the climbing on the SE-facing east side of the range, it seems to stay warm while offering views glaciers on the Bernese Oberland.
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Chemin Perdu 5c 5.9 Sport, 4 pitches, 350 feet
Hello Marco 6a 5.10a Sport, 11 pitches, 1200 feet, Grade II
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Hello Marco 6a 5.10a International : Europe : ... : Gastlosen
A recommended route that takes a mostly mellow path up to one of the taller peaks.11 pitches, 6aP1-3 5b, 5a, 5b. Route name marked at base. Possible to link 1-2 together with 60s by a bit of simulclimbing. P4 6a One airy move up an overhang gives the grade, otherwise just fun climbing.P5 5c+++ What the wha….? If you love slab climbing, you'll love this pitch. Otherwise… bombs away!P6 5c Shortish nice pitch up to a topout with two anchors; next pitch starts across a gully to the right, ...[more] Browse More Classics in International