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Nüschlete 1992 m Route archive

The grassy summit of Nüschlete is the first important elevation on the ridge to Stockhorn. The two charted points on the map are the west summit (P. 1992) and the almost equally high east summit (P. 1987). The north and south sides are very steep schrofen slopes; thus the traverse of the summit is the only feasible itinerary. The tour has alpine character and is undertaken from east to west. It requires surefootedness and a head for heights.