Schwalbenschwanz/Swallow's Tail*** VI
900m, 25 pitches. Starting as for Don Quixote, climb the left fork of the "Swallow's Tail" groove lines to the huge roof, passed by squeezing through a little hole. From the terrace wander up the immaculate pocketed slabs (many possible variations), exiting via chimneys on the right. Beautiful climbing, perfect rock, varied in style and continually interesting. Best climbed late in the season as the hole can be blocked by ice and the chimneys wet early in the year.
L. Rieser, R. Schiestl 19/Nov/1978
This climb is in 4 logbooks, and on 1 wishlist.

UKC Testing - 2014

Took an interesting line somewhere between the Normal route and the Left Variant at about E3 5b. Missed the last cable car and had to walk all the way down.
simon kimber - AltLd O/S - 26/Aug/10 with Rob Sandercock, Hannah Hunt

Hanski - 2nd - 26/Aug/10 with Robert Sandercock, Simon Kimber

Route finding hard around 2/3 height, ended up off route on what felt like bold E3 territory. Missed cable car, walk down from summit good end to long day.
rob.s22 - AltLd O/S - Aug/10 with H.H, S,K

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