Altitude 3643m a.s.l
Traversing the Galetgrad on the Doldenhorn. © Mike Pescod
Few people outside Switzerland know Doldenhorn, since it is not 4000 m high, nor has it the deadly prestige of the Eiger or Matterhorn. But it has merits that few other mountains have: a difficult south-west face for rock climbers of over 1000m, a difficult east ridge with rocks to start and ice to finish and a popular north-east ridge from the Fründen hut.
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