Adlerspitzli 1454 m Alpine climbing
On the long south ridge of the Grosse Mythen, which consists of several rocky outcrops, the Adlerspitzli forms the lowest distinctive tower. Its southeast ridge is the most popular 'plaisir' climb in the whole Mythen area, not least because of the panoramic location and the excellent rock.
A longer and more difficult ascent can be found on "Yehudi", a modern sport route with an alpine feel, which starts at the southern foot of the Adlerspitzli and leads up to the summit ridge of the Geissstock. During the seventeen pitches of this, the longest route on the Mythen, a full range of alpine rock skills will be required. Friends and nuts are useful to place in the sometimes long run-outs between bolts.