Hiking or climbing on routes in alpine terrain requires good physical health, meticulous preparation and technical skills in mountain sports. The routes presented here are undertaken at one’s own risk. If you want to safely practice mountain sports, taking training courses run by experts is highly recommended by the SAC. All the contents of the SAC Route Portal are put together with utmost diligence. However, the Swiss Alpine Club and the authors cannot guarantee that the information provided here is up-do-date, correct and complete. Therefore, the SAC and the authors cannot be held liable for possible errors.

Zindlenspitz 2097 m Route archive

Zindlenspitz is one of the most characteristic mountains of Wägital. Viewed from the valley, it looks so uninviting that you hesitate to choose it as your hiking target. However, the steep limestone tooth is astonishingly easy to climb: T3, which does not even qualify the summit as an alpine hiking summit.

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