Type: Sport, 860 ft (261 m), 9 pitches
FA: G. Grabner and P. Schwald 1992
Page Views: 157 total · 11/month
Shared By: Melanie Trobe on Feb 23, 2020
Admins: Phil Lauffen, Shawn Heath

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Description

An enjoyable climb with a mix of sustained vertical to slab sections and short grassy connections. The first pitch starts and continues up a crack on the left to then traverse right and end underneath a roof. Traverse left for 2 bolts and pull over the edge of the roof, continue through easy terrain to the start of the steeper 3rd pitch. This anchor may be on a tree, but the bolts on pitch 3 should be easily visible above you. Continue up a short slab with a wide crack to another grassy section before the start of pitch 4. Pitch 4 continues up on the left (straight is a slightly easier variation) on a fairly exposed, vertical face. Pich 5 is a 30 m 4th class traverse up and to the left (no bolts). Pitch 6 has a bit of interesting slab climbing, leading into a grassy conection (pitch 7, 1 bolt protects the only climbing move). Pitch 8 consits of long fairly sustained climnbing on pockets and side pulls. The last pitch traverses right underneath a blunt roof.

Location

Park at "Rote Wand" parking lot and follow the logging road that continues to the west from the back of the lot. Follow this road until you see an intersection leading up to a wooden barn. Continue up th road to the right of the barn into the forest (red-white-red marking on tree). You will pass a sign that says "Mixnitz" (this leads down to the left and the town Mixnitz), continue up right and along a fence until you hit a grassy meadow (~30 min total).

From the side of the meadow continue along the trail into the woods on the other side. Continue on this for about 2 min until a climbers trail leads towards the wall (Mic is spray painted on the rock in orange).

Protection

Bolts and bolted belays

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