Altitude 1029m a.s.l
A single icefall located in a ravine. The icefall is high up so comes into condition quickly.
The icefall is located a few hundred metres further south than the coordinates provided in the guidebook. The approach description is also a bit ambiguous. Walking west from the far side of the bridge near the carpark involves crossing a ravine, which is doable but a little time consuming.
An alternative is to follow the ski track southwest to where a hut lies close to the right-hand side. From here descend to the top of the route. This is quite an indirect way to reach the icefall but the going is a lot easier and quicker.
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