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Mittagfluh (Grimsel) 1808 m Route archive

There are several south facing multi-pitch routes here. The short approach and good protection (its very well bolted) make this a perfect 'plaisir' climbing destination. However, it can get very busy, with people often racing to start. Be courteous, and take care especially if abseiling over the route. Do not underestimate the walking descent either - some down climbing and abseils required (min 50 m rope), be aware of other parties below you (some loose stones).

Huts in the Region