Altitude 3380m a.s.l
Felix Lütkenherm and Mario Senke on the North Ridge of the Fußstein, Zillertaler Alps, Austria © Alexander Thorp
The Fußstein is best known for exactly one route, its famous North Ridge. Much less frequently climbed but possibly also worthwhile are the Aschenbrenner/Mariner and the Fluch/Brankowski.
Hut base is the Geraer Hut.
Descent as follows: walk southwards along the summit ridge then downclimb (exposed and dangerous) or abseil 40m to a ledge from where it is possible to reach a narrow col on the ridge leading southwards to the Schramacher. From here scramble 700m down the walls above the corrie southwest of the Fußstein (red and blue paint markings). Two to three hours back to hut.
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