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Zugspitze-West-Ost-Überschreitung (2-Tagestour): Tag 1 - Eibsee - Zugspitze - Knorrhütte

07:06
9.52 mi
1.3 mph
6,525 ft
2,700 ft

Tour Overview

128 yd
1.87 mi
2.43 mi
2.43 mi
3.17 mi
3.67 mi
4.52 mi
4.56 mi
4.58 mi
5.89 mi
6.03 mi
6.05 mi
6.55 mi
6.59 mi
6.60 mi
6.60 mi
7.44 mi
7.56 mi
7.69 mi
7.73 mi
8.12 mi
8.61 mi
8.82 mi
8.89 mi
9.33 mi
9.52 mi

Tour Profile

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Ben went mountaineering.

July 23, 2020

Comments

  • Ben

    5:00 alarm clock
    5:30 Start from the athletes' house
    6:00 breakfast at the bakery
    6:21 bus departure Rathaus Garmisch
    7:00 a.m. ascent at Eibsee
    11:00 Wiener-Neustädter Hütte: 1200HM in 4h
    30min break: wheat & quark cake
    11:30 Start of stop-puller Velcro climb; 700HM in 3h
    2 p.m. Zugspitze summit
    30min break
    14:30 glacier cable car to Zugspitzplatt
    2:45 p.m. descent over 900m east flank
    16:00 Knorrhütte
    Conclusion: A climb during the week is worthwhile. It's worth getting up early. We met about 10 people on the ascent from the Eibsee via the stopselzieger to the summit. The KS was in poor condition due to winter damage. Thanks to dry weather, it can be done without any major risk. Then culture shock at the top ;-) Not to imagine what has to be going on here on a corona-free weekend.

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    • July 28, 2020

  • Micky Maus

    Poor condition of the securing on the climbing wall is an understatement! We were there on 07.31.20. Half of the rope anchors are torn out. You hang over a sufficient number of distances without securing in an almost vertical position and are only secured by your own hands from a long but last free flight. Rockfall was incl.
    It took us 8.5 hours with a break. For beginners and people without a helmet, the tour should be taboo!

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    • August 3, 2020

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