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Rote Flüh

Rote Flüh

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  • ApostelA

    Great view of the Tannheimer valley

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    • June 14, 2017

  • Sankt Andreas

    You will be rewarded with a very spectacular view, if you have made the arduous climb. If you have no via ferrata equipment, you should go back to Gimpelhaus!

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    • April 16, 2018

  • Jürgen Hild

    Easy and relatively fast to climb 2000er. Also good for families with older children. Only the short final climb leads along wire ropes. There are no suspended jobs!
    Bergeinsamkeit one looks for here but mostly in vain!

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    • October 8, 2017

  • Sankt Andreas

    from below, the mountain looks pretty spectacular. From the top hardly beat with this view. Very sexy

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    • April 16, 2018

  • Thomas Lacher

    Ascending to the Gimpelhaus is very steep but from then on to the summit to walk up to the last piece of rope is insured. At the summit great view over the Tannheimer valley out to the valley. Extra tip for climbers Gimpel, Rote Flüh and Köllenspitze are the purest climbing paradise

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    • March 15, 2019

  • Framl

    Very nice crossing which is possible in both directions. Personally, I would recommend the way from the Gimpelhaus on the Friendberger via ferrata, as this is much more beautiful in the ascent, but feasible, of course, both.
    Sturdy footwear, sure-footedness and no fear of heights required. For the via ferrata, the set and the helmet should not be missing.

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    • June 10, 2019

  • Pegasus

    The Rote Flüh is a mountain in the Tannheimer mountains, a subgroup of the Allgäu Alps. It is 2108 m high. The Rote Flüh consists of Wetterstein limestone. The mountain has its name because of its layered sprinkling of red limestone, which appear strikingly reddish at sunset.

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    • March 4, 2016

  • Albert Blanz

    Great tour, but not in winter.

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    • March 2, 2018

  • Thomas Lacher

    Pure climbing paradise with a great view

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    • March 15, 2019

  • Annalovesalpes

    Currently (as at the end of July) the normal route to Roten Flüh is difficult to access due to a mudslide. It is therefore best to take the path towards Gimpel over Gamskar. Attention: there is a risk of falling rocks, so helmets are compulsory. 😃

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    • August 2, 2021

  • Peter

    Great viewing and resting place.

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    • August 14, 2021

  • STEFFEN

    A must if you are in the Tannheimer Tal ...

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    • September 5, 2021

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