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Göll Berchtesgaden, GERMANY
Climbs 100 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 2520m a.s.l – Faces all
Göll is a rather complex mountain with faces in all directions. The main climbing areas on the main summit are the west face with several traditional climbs (partly rebolted) as well as a host of modern multipitch sport climbs. This face has easy access and routes up to 450m in height. Classics include the trichter routes (1922/1947), while starting in the 70ies, a new crop of Berchtesgaden climbers put up difficult and in cases bold routes. - The more remote SW-face includes a 2-2,5 hour slog to reach water worn slabs of the highest quality that are both bolted and trad and mainly in the UIAA 5-7 grade range. Finally, the southern satellites of the mountain (Hohes Brett, Brettriedl, Archenkopf) allow for many shorter 3-10 pitch, plaisier style climbs from 4-8 accessed either from Hinterbrand or with the Jenner cable car.
Berchtesgaden Ost (2012), Genussklettern Osterreich Mitte (2008)
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