/ The Jazzihorn 3220m

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Pete Pozman - on 30 Apr 2013
If you've ever done the Jazzihorn on the Swiss-Italian border just a walk from Saas Grund you can now log it as I've added it. Odd that it wasn't alreasy listed as it's marked clearly on the map.The grade is PD-
We did it on a wet day 11 years ago. There was a loose cable on a traverse line going down. Anybody else done it?
Tom Last - on 30 Apr 2013
In reply to Pete Pozman:

Best mountain name ever?
PontiusPirate on 30 Apr 2013
In reply to Southern Man:

No, no it's not, that accolade belongs to the Jamspitze! :-D

PP.
plyometrics - on 30 Apr 2013
In reply to Pete Pozman:

Jazzihorn?

Nice.
Tom Last - on 30 Apr 2013
In reply to PontiusPirate:

Named by the Swiss tourist board surely? ;)
Pete Pozman - on 30 Apr 2013
In reply to Southern Man: Its Italian name is Pizzo Cinguino Nord. I never noticed how cool the German name was.
sbc_10 - on 30 Apr 2013
In reply to Pete Pozman:

Well there is this one.....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wank_%28mountain%29

Of which I can say that after a few drawbacks, and with a heavy load, it was literally hand over fist . The climax was to come out on top and with some relief knowing I had pulled it off.
Pete Pozman - on 30 Apr 2013
In reply to sbc_10: How lovely! Yes... and I see it, also, is clearly marked on the map. Perhaps the map shouldn't have been left on the floor. I suppose you've been up.
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sbc_10 - on 30 Apr 2013
In reply to Pete Pozman:

Oooooh yes.....multiple times.

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