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The traverse from the Allalinhorn to the Alphubel taking in the Feechopf on the way. Normal descent of the Allalinhorn to the Feejoch. Follow the ESE ridge of the Feechopf. Ascend the SE ridge of the Alphubel.

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Mikebridge 20 Aug, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Feechopf is looser and more sustained than last time I did it. All the rock flanking the crest is loose and some on the crest line. A table sized slab came away on the 1st tower. Sticking to the more difficult climbing on the exact crest is safer.
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βeta: Feechopf is looser and more sustained than last time I did it. All the rock flanking the crest is loose and some on the crest line. A table sized slab came away on the 1st tower. Sticking to the more difficult climbing on the exact crest is safer.
roym 16 Jul, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Descent to Langflue was rather challenging, many crevasses to negotiate but they did have bridges that held. We ended up sticking left by the rock wall, it cliffed out but we managed to get to the lower glacier via a 50m ab off a block (thanks to the Swiss couple for sharing ropes!)
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βeta: Descent to Langflue was rather challenging, many crevasses to negotiate but they did have bridges that held. We ended up sticking left by the rock wall, it cliffed out but we managed to get to the lower glacier via a 50m ab off a block (thanks to the Swiss couple for sharing ropes!)

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Route of Interest

Northwest Ridge (Festigrat)

Grade: PD+ ***
(Dom)