This route has everything! Start in the Hollental Gorge(which is georgous) then climb to the head of the Hollental Valley. Klettersteig up to the Hollental Glacier then cross this to the foot of the Zugspitz. Climb direct to the top by a mixed Klettersteig and Alpine style route.

Lee0901 ?/Jun/15 -
MSchobitz ??/2015 -

Done many, many times. Absolutely fantastic. One of the best hikes I've ever done.

DigitalSteak 08/Aug/14 Solo O/S
olekemi 23/Aug/12 Solo O/S

Awesome route. Crossing an icy and at times steep glacier without any crampons makes you appreciate what a great invention they are.

Ste Ridd 20/Aug/12 Lead

Details to follow...

Hidden 20/Aug/12 Solo
brianrunner 11/Aug/11 Solo

This is a lovely route with great variety from the initial gorge, to the small glacier and heaps of via ferrata. We had a fun day out.

with martina
Strachan ?/Jun/11 -

Lots of snow and ice, poor visibility. Scary stuff.

kk_cheung 18/Sep/09 TR
stev1e.wilso 05/Aug/09 -
with Tom, Dylan
bigbadbob12345 05/Aug/09 -
Stephi ?/Jul/09 Solo
aennis 08/Jun/08 -
with Colm Ennis
colenn 08/Jun/08 Lead
Hidden ?/Sep/06 AltLd
Dave Warburton ?/Jul/06 AltLd O/S

Great Fun in Descent, Glacier at midday without crampons was a bit hairy like.

with Dave, Andrew and Shaun
jimorothy ?/Aug/05 AltLd

One of the most enjoyed mountains I've ever been on. Had everything. Just sensational!

with Rachel Crolla
JPMountain68 ?/Jun/93 -
Rob Davies 15/Aug/87 Solo

On way back from Dolomites to UK. Wet. Caught train down!

with Mike Papworth
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