The route was opened in 1989 by Alexander and Thomas Huber and wasn't redpointed until 20 years later. It was the first alpine 8a in the Alps. It is considered to be one of the most technically demanding alpine routes in the region and has seen few redpoints.
The eight pitches (8a/+, 7c, 7b+, 6b+, 7c+, 7b+, 7a, 7b+) are characterized by delicate slabs, reachy boulder sections, tiny crimps, finger pockets and athletic climbing. Protection is sparse and long runouts prevail.
Papert says: I have spent about 10 to 14 days in the route over the past years. I have cursed, doubted, and laughed. Seldom have I climbed a route that was as technically demanding. My greatest respect goes to Thomas and Alexander for their first ascent of this wall, at that time, in that style, in one of the most beautiful walls of our planet, in Berchtesgaden.