5.8 YDS 5b French 16 Ewbanks VI- UIAA 15 ZA HVS 4c British
Avg: 2 from 3 votes
|Type:||Sport, 720 ft (218 m), 7 pitches|
|FA:||F. Horich (1976)|
|Page Views:||290 total · 9/month|
|Shared By:||Melanie Trobe on Jul 25, 2020 · Updates|
|Admins:||Phil Lauffen, Shawn Heath|
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Suprisingly steep but juggy (Henkel = jug in german) climbing up the limestone phase. Pitches 1-3 are somewhar harder and steep, follewed by a short walking pitch. A decent 5th pitch is followed by another walking pitch. Pitches 7 and 8 were probably the best on the route including a small roof and a stemming dihedral. Pitch 9 leads to the grassy finish.
From the parking follow the road to the south for about 200 m. A the wall side of the road a small, but visible path leads up the wall. Follow this bath until it hits a main trail running along the wall (slightely larger). Continue on that for about 10 min until a well walked trail branches to the right. Follow this trail for about 50 m to the start of the route (a small piece of iron rebar sticks out from the rock shortly before the route).