MarianaL - 2nd O/S - 28/Aug/14
Very easy climb but great afternoon out in the shadow of the North Face. We did it West to East which I thing is the wrong way around as our way up did not have VF, with fixed ropes instead to allow for easy/safer down-climbing. No ice at all (August). Several people in trainers and no harnesses, accessible to all with a head for heights. Wonderful views of Grindelwald and the Eiger (when not cover in cloud. Takes about 2 hours.
Slightly difficult to find.
pedro.silva - Lead O/S - 28/Aug/14 with Mariana
lgp81 - 23/Jul/14 with Brendan Gill
madguernseyboy - 23/Jul/14 with Lucy Plowman
Matt Amos - Solo - 17/Jun/14
James.helm - Lead O/S - 14/Mar/14
Not as interesting as Murren-Gimmewald, nevertheless an interesting way to get to the top of Rotstock
najki_2000 - 10/Aug/13
Goose4 - 25/Jul/13 with Sophie Heron, Euan McKendrick
philgriffiths - 15/Jul/13 with Chris Sangwin, Rich Payne
A shame it's gt a big steel cable up it really! But a great day out in the shadow of the North Face.
LP - 07/Aug/12
Stayed on the clean rock but clipped onto the VF for protection on some sections.
olekemi - Solo O/S - 16/Jul/12
dannyxt - 08/Aug/11
With Mammut 150th year Basecamp event
Paul Phillips - UKC and UKH - 04/Aug/11
Hidden - Solo - 04/Aug/10
Hidden - 2009
Hidden - 30/Aug/08
Andy Fielding - Lead - 30/Jul/08 with Jack Fielding
Hidden - Solo - 25/Aug/07
Jack Loftus - Aug/07 with Dad
Hidden - 18/Aug/06
did this whilst on holiday with Darren on his 13th birthday
lumbard - Aug/04