List of Crags
|Region||Crag||Overview||Rock Type||Altitude||Number of routes||Range of Routes||Faces||Name|
|Switzerland - Basler Jura||Hofstettenchöpfli - Right||
The right hand side of Hofstettenchöpfli is approached from Hofstetten.
|Limestone||400m||South West||Switzerland - Basler Jura|
|Switzerland - Basler Jura||Ingelstein||
Ingelstein must rank as one of the most attractive looking, and least visited crags in the Basler Jura.
|Limestone||550m||20||4c to 7b||South||Switzerland - Basler Jura|
|Switzerland - Basler Jura||Pelzli Lower||
The lower section of Pelzli is just a few minutes walk from the road and consists of the spectacular Daumenfels, and two smaller buttresses, Le Doigt and Mättelifels.
|Limestone||600m||50||5c - 8a||South||Switzerland - Basler Jura|
|Switzerland - Basler Jura||Pelzli Upper||
The upper section of Pelzli consists of series of buttresses and boulders. The climbing is excellent with routes in all grades from 4c to 8a.
|Limestone||600m||15||4c - 8a||South||Switzerland - Basler Jura|
|Switzerland - Basler Jura||Rappenfels||
An excellent crag with about 50 routes, mostly in the 7a to 7c range. Stays dry in the rain. Well equipped, occasionally fragile rock, helmets recommended at the foot of the crag.
|Limestone||400m||50||South West||Switzerland - Basler Jura|
|Switzerland - Basler Jura||Redelsflue||
A series of detached pinnacles with good quality rock and some fine routes above Roschenz.
|Limestone||600m||20||South West||Switzerland - Basler Jura|
|Switzerland - Basler Jura||Schauenburgfluh||Schauenburgfluh is an important crag near to Basel, and one of the largest in the Basler Jura. With 40m high walls and nearly 100 routes, it has lots of long wall climbs to offer, mostly in the middle grades. Some of the routes have two pitches, although most can be done in a single run out with an 80m rope. The routes are generally solid, but especially at the top, there is still some loose rock around, and helmets are advised.||Limestone||650m||40||5a - 7b||South East||Switzerland - Basler Jura|
|Switzerland - Basler Jura||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.
|Limestone||650m||40||South||Switzerland - Basler Jura|
|Switzerland - Basler Jura||Tüfleten Left||
Tüfleten is a relatively large, varied crag with routes to suit most tastes.
|Limestone||500m||30||South West||Switzerland - Basler Jura|
|Switzerland - Basler Jura||Tüfleten Right||
Tüfleten is an excellent crag with something to suit most tastes. The right hand side has lots of test pieces from 7a to 9a.
|Limestone||500m||30||South||Switzerland - Basler Jura|
|Switzerland - Bernese Oberland||Engelhörner Kingspitze||
It looks like a friendly Swiss crag, but Kingspitze is actually a major Alpine undertaking.
|Limestone||2621m||1||South East||Switzerland - Bernese Oberland|
|Switzerland - Bernese Oberland||Engelhörner Simelistock and Vorderspitze||
At the left hand side of the cirque of cliffs surrounding the Ochsel valley are three impressive peaks.
|Limestone||2482m||12||South West||Switzerland - Bernese Oberland|
|Switzerland - Central||Cheselenfluh||
Cheselenflue is the big impressive cliff that can be seen from the Stockalp to Melchsee Frutt road, or ski piste in winter.
|Limestone||1700m||10||5c - 7a||South||Switzerland - Central|
|Switzerland - Central||Diamantstock||
Diamantstock is a granite mountain accessible from the very pleasant Bächlitalhütte. The Grosser Diamantstock is an excellent full day tour that is often underestimated.
|Granite||3162m||2||4c - 5a||South||Switzerland - Central|
|Switzerland - Central||Fallenflue Förröm||
Long pitches from the exposed ledge. Make sure your rope is long enough!
|Limestone||1200m||15||South||Switzerland - Central|
|Switzerland - Central||Fallenflue Gülden||
Single pitch sport routes in a big wall setting. Excellent rock, hot when the sun is shining in winter, and too hot to climb if it is shining in the summer.
|Limestone||1200m||30||South||Switzerland - Central|
|Switzerland - Central||Fallenflue Plumbum||
Excellent climbing from the exposed ledge
|Limestone||1200m||20||South||Switzerland - Central|
|Switzerland - Central||Fallenflue Silber||
Short warm up routes away from the main crag
|Limestone||1200m||15||South||Switzerland - Central|
|Switzerland - Central||Galengrat||
A big wall of near perfect granite, Galengrat offers "plaisir pur" rock climbing to within an hour of the summit of Galenstock.
|Granite||3250m||2||6a - 6c||South||Switzerland - Central|
|Switzerland - Central||Hannibal Turm||
Hannibal Turm offers friendly, multi pitch climbing, set amongst the beauiful rock scenery surrounding Furkapass, with the added attraction of reaching the summit of a large detached monolith.
|Granite||2882m||4||6a - 6c||South||Switzerland - Central|
|Switzerland - Central||Melchsee Frutt||
For beauty alone Melchsee is worth a visit. A small ski village resting peacefully alongside a couple of lakes, amid stunning mountain scenery, it has everything for the outdoor enthusiast.
|Limestone||2400m||120||South||Switzerland - Central|
|Switzerland - Central||Telli||
One of Central Switzerland's better crags, Telli has a range of routes from 5c slabs through to steep 8b walls. The rock is generally good, and on the easier routes at least has good holds.
|Limestone||450m||50||5c - 8b||South West||Switzerland - Central|
|Switzerland - Churfirsten||Churfirsten - Tristencholben||
Tristencholben is the rounded pinnacle east of Rosenboden that is clearly visible when you walk round the "Blumenweg" from the Chäsenrugg cable car. At first sight it is a daunting place to climb.
|Limestone||216m||5||5c - 7b||South||Switzerland - Churfirsten|
|Switzerland - Grimsel Pass||Grimsel - Bügeleisen||
Bugeleisen lies opposite the power station on Grimsel pass, an isolated buttress with excellent slab climbing.
|Granite||1650m||3||5c - 6c||East||Switzerland - Grimsel Pass|
|Switzerland - Grimsel Pass||Grimsel - Mittagfluh||
An excellent 350m slab of granite , offering some fine routes. The routes are bolted, with good anchors on all the belays, however a few friends and wires are necessary on most routes.
|Granite||1800m||5||5a - 7a||South West||Switzerland - Grimsel Pass|
|Switzerland - Jura||Balsthal Osterloch and Überhang||
A couple of small overhanging buttresses with a few short but interesting routes. Osterloch faces west. The Überhang stays dry in the rain, and gets the sun until 1pm.
|Limestone||500m||5||7a - 8a||All||Switzerland - Jura|
|Switzerland - Jura||Bettlerküche||
Situated on the top of the hills above the Aare valley, Bettlerküche is in a perfect position to enjoy the views of the Swiss plain.
|Limestone||1100m||50||6a - 8a||South||Switzerland - Jura|
|Switzerland - Jura||Bränten||
A one route crag, Kingway finds a solid way up an otherwise chossy crag. Gets the sun in the afternoon.
|Limestone||600m||1||North West||Switzerland - Jura|
|Switzerland - Jura||Schattenberg||
Excellent routes up to 40m in length. Mostly good rock, and positive holds. The crag is protected from the sun by the trees in summer, but in contrast some parts get the sun in the winter.
|Limestone||1200m||200||South||Switzerland - Jura|
|Switzerland - Jura||Vaferdeau||
An impressive crag set in a pretty location.
|Limestone||650m||100||4c - 8a||South||Switzerland - Jura|
|Switzerland - Rätikon||Rätikon - Seeflueli||
A small (by Rätikon standards), easily accessible cliff above Partnunsee. Seeflueli offers a couple of short, reasonably well bolted routes which nevertheless retain an alpine character.
|Limestone||2000m||3||6b - 7a+||West||Switzerland - Rätikon|
|Switzerland - Rätikon||Rätikon - Sulzfluh||
The Sulzfluh is situated at the east end of Rätikon, the chain of mountains above Schiers and St. Antonien that forms the border between Switzerland and Austria.
|Limestone||2500m||30||6a - 8?||South||Switzerland - Rätikon|