180m, 7 pitches.

Rockfax Description
The original and harder start to the Schober/Kleisl (Rossi) route. Considerably harder than the more common variant but these initial pitches are arguably the best.
1) III, 35m. Scramble up easy ground until you reach a leftward sloping ramp.
2) VII-, 35m. Go direct for a few metres until you reach a large vertical slab. Teeter left across this with delicate moves (often an fixed sling) traversing for 3m then trend diagonally left on ever easier ground to a good belay on a ledge where you join the Schober/Kleisl (Rossi). © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
This is an alternative start for the Schober/Kleisl route that traverses in from the right with a pitch of VII-. The climbing is strenuous and technical though very well protected.

Rossi 1943

timmyhobby 12/Aug AltLd O/S

Lead all pitches apart from the easy first one

hlegge ?/Jul/12 AltLd O/S

Great route recommended as a good alpine grade VII (which i believe is what the guide book we used described it as) One very crimpy move round a corner at the end of the crux section onto the easier ground. Very enjoyable route.

with Jack Hodgson
Hidden ?/Aug/10 Lead O/S
Kris ?/Aug/10 AltLd
Hidden 23/Jun/10 AltLd O/S
Hidden 23/Jun/10 AltLd O/S
WB 11/Sep/06 Lead O/S

superb. would be a *** e1/e2 at gogarth

with Guy
NickJH ?/Jul/00 AltLd O/S
with JThomas
Hidden ?/Jul/98 AltLd
Dave Musgrove 24/Jul/94 2nd O/S

I think this is the route. I have it listed as Rossi's Route VI+ on the 1st tower. David led it all.

with Pete Finklaire, David
Hidden ?/Jun/87 Lead
Hidden ??/1979 Lead
High VII
High VII-
Mid VII-
Low VII-
High VI+
Mid VI+
Low VI+
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