Zugspitze via Jubiläumsgrat

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Elevation: 2962 m
Prominence: 1746 m
Location: Garmisch-Partenkirchen/Grainau, Bavaria, Germany
Range: Wetterstein

Zugspitze in SummitPost

Climb

 Jeriko Fox and Dima Tsvetkov
21.-22.08.2015
8 h 35 min + 8 h 11 min
Ridge climbing traverse
 UIAA I-III

Osterfelderkopf (2033 m)
Alpspitze via Ferrata: Alpspitze (2628 m)
Vollkarspitze (2630 m)
Äußere Höllentalspitze (2720 m)
Jubiläumsgratbiwak (2684 m)
Mittlere Höllentalspitze (2743 m)
Innere Höllentalspitze (2741 m)
Zugspitze (2962 m)
Münchner Haus

Kompass Garmisch-Partenkirchen Mittenwald 1:35 000
Semi-rigid boots, soft shell, fleece shirt, gloves, buff, t-shirt, harness, slings and carabiners, prusiks, VF-kit, 30m dynamic rope, helmet, reverso, summer sleeping bag, 3 l hydration bladder

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Day 1 (Osterfelderkopf-Jubiläumsgratbiwak)

Total time: 08:34:20

Day 2 (Jubiläumsgratbiwak-Zugspitze)

Total time: 08:10:08

One thought on “Zugspitze via Jubiläumsgrat

  1. […] Partnachklamm is fascinating in the summer, too, but in the winter the steep rocky walls are decorated with big icicles. With her fear for the heights, Leena wasn’t able to go very far, but we agreed that she would wait for me while I went further. I walked all the way to the other end of the gorge, stopping every now and then to take photos. From the end of the gorge it’s possible to hike uphill and return to the starting point circling above the gorge. But because Leena was waiting for me, I returned the same way that I came. From the Partnachklamm starts also the longest and terrain-wise easiest route to the Zugspitze. I haven’t done that route myself, but have climbed two more demanding ones (via Höllental and the Jubiläumsgrat traverse). […]

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