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Sulzfluh 2817 m Please select a discipline

The Sulzfluh, betwee Drusator and Gruoben, is a varied limestone wall with many different faces. Through Rachen in the north and from Gamstobel and Karrenfeld to the east run some easy approach paths which are often used. The view from the summit is magnificent. Towards the south, the Sulzfluh erupts in articulated cliffs onto the green meadows of the Sulz. In the walls of the Sulzfluh are also well-secured routes of recent date.

Huts in the Region