Type: Sport, Alpine, 720 ft (218 m), 8 pitches
FA: Ruth and Kaspar Ochsner 1987
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Shared By: Monty on Aug 6, 2015
Admins: Dan Flynn, Mark P.

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Spasspartout is the classic moderate route at Wenden. The climbing is fun, and the rock is of mostly good quality. All but a couple of the stances are equipped with high quality chained anchors which makes it a good descent route from the base of Reissend Nollen in lieu of the 4th-5th class scrambling.


The route is located on the far left side of Vorbau and can easily be identified by a low first bolt with the route name chiseled in the stone just above.


12 draws/ slings; small rack to #.5 BD; 2x 50m ropes.
  • It is possible to rap with a single 70 if stopping after the 5th pitch, but the upper pitches are awesome!


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