Tannenfluh main crag
Tannenfluh consists of two distinct parts. A crag on the hillside and a crag dug into the hillside. The first has a few separate buttresses with some nice mid grade routes. The second, called Get Wet Canyon, is an interesting place to visit, can take a long time to dry, but can be cool even in the hottest of summers. Some of the routes in the canyon are very good, a few though are quite dirty.
The main Tannenfluh crag is a pleasant series of buttresses with some nice mid grade routes.
Sport and bolted routes
|Topo Ref||Route||Sport Grade||Length||Quality||Description||Tick|
The scrappy buttresses between Get Wet Canyon and Big Boss. Approached from the foot of Big Boss.
|56||Pietra di Luna||6c+||12m||
The technical wall left of Radice. 6 bolts
The longest route on this section climbing a slab left of a short corner and then the cleaner wall. Has 10 bolts in it
|60||BIG BOSS BUTTRESSES||
Approached from the top of the Dornach Hochwald hill
steep start and slab
steeper start and slab
Good steep technical climbing
A couple of stiff moves
on the small buttress to the left (looking in) of the descent gully
|67||Rock gegen Recht||6c+||16m||*||
the first route as you descend the gully. Fingery
|68||Theater of pain||7b||*||
The right hand side of the first wall
Start up the tricky crack and continue to the lower off
|70||Lue zersch wohär das dr Wind wält||5b||18m||**||
A good route up the front of the buttress
Moves right half way up Lue zersch
On the right hand side of the main Big Boss buttress
A left hand variant to Big November
An excellent steep sustained climb on a buttress 50m to the right of Big Boss.