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By Ken Trout
From: Golden, CO
Jan 11, 2012
John Harlins Die Alpen/Eiger 1/5 YouTube shows one wild route next to Staubbach Falls. Slide to the end of the clip to see the hanging belay perched at the lip of a 200 ft summit roof that caps a 1,000 ft wall. The Imax movie shows enough to entice one to rap in from the top and just do the last pitch.
Shouldn't a route that cool have a topo proudly posted?
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Sep 21, 2012
beautiful location and waterfall. the rock walls here are very impressive and I'm sure there has to be more routes in the area.
our canyoneering guide mentioned a few climbs and at the top of the Schilthorn cable car there are supposedly a bunch of bolted sport routes down a little ways from the top of the peak. I saw a outdoor adventure type pamphlet in Murren that described it along with the via feratta from murren to gimmelwald.