Gletscherhorn

Climbs 9 – Rocktype UNKNOWN – Altitude 3659m a.s.l – Faces all

Crag features
The most notable feature of the mountain is its magnificent northern flank, which forms the E end of the Lauterbrunnen Wall and which dominates the view from the Rottal hut. Its S side is much less spectacular but still provides a few worthwhile and not much frequented climbs, each of which require a good deal of effort to approach.

climbers attempting routes of the N side can be faced with the problem of returning to that side. This can be achieved at much expense by using the railway from the Jungfraujoch but otherwise there is no easy route.

Guidebooks
Bernese Oberland (2003)

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