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Fleischbank

Wilder Kaiser, AUSTRIA

Climbs 18 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 2187m a.s.l – Faces all

Crag features
The Fleischbank is, along with the Totenkirchl and the Predigstuhl, one of the three most important mountains for rock climbers in the Wilder Kaiser. Routes on the steep east face have made alpine history all the way from the Dülfer route (Hans Dülfer, 1912, VI) through the Pumprisse (Helmut Kiene and Reinhard Karl, 1977, VII) to Des Kaisers Neue Kleider (Stefan Glowacz 1994, X+). Meanwhile on the easier walls of the couloir separating the Fleischbank from the Totenkirchl the recently bolted Via Classica now attracts large numbers of lower grade climbers.The TWO guides by M Stadler(Band1&Band2)use UIAA grades plus a system of E Grades a little different to the UK E Grades. "characterful" alpine pitches of a relatively lower grade can have an E grade -East Face,North Summit of Predigtstuhl G.5 E4.

Guidebooks
Best of Genuss Band 2 (2009), Genussklettern Österreich Mitte (2005), Bayerische Alpen Nordtirol (2004), Wilder Kaiser Band. 1, Niveau 6 - 10 (2004), Wilder Kaiser Band. 1, Niveau 3 - 6 (2004)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGradex
1Via ClassicaV 4
2Wiessner/RossiVI+  
3DülferVI+ 3
4Rebitsch/SpieglVII  
5PumprisseVII  
6SüdostverschneidungVIII- ***1
7Asche-LuckeVII+  
8Schmuck ChimneyVII+  
9MythomaniaVIII  
 Climb nameGradex
10OdysseyIX-  
11Schubert/PohlkeVIII  
12Weg zur SonneVII-  
13Vertical TangoIX  
14RebitschrisseVI  
15Top Secret *F **1
16Kleine Harmonie. *F **1
17North Ridge *III 1
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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