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Climbing or cave tour? The via ferrata Gauablickhöhle offers the ideal 2-in-1 solution. The moderately difficult via ferrata on the north side of the Sulzfluh has a special highlight: In the middle of the via ferrata you dive into the world of cave researchers in the 350 m long Gauablickhöhle. Don't forget your headlamp! Back in the daylight it goes with steeper, bracket-rich and easier passages to the exit.
Entrance at 2225 m above sea level.M.Exit
on the Karrenfeld, 2440 m above sea level.M.
500 climbing meters
K3, B/C (quite difficult)
To the via ferrata scale
The key point (C) is a small overhang above the cave. Otherwise, the route leads over well-secured plates and some steep pillars.
- Via ferrata set
- Climbing helmet
- Mountain or hiking boots
- Grippy gloves or garden gloves
When equipping, care must be taken to ensure that the via ferrata set and harness are suitable for the weight of the child. Always secure the child in case of uncertainty.
- from St. Antönien Garstett (parking lot 6) via Partnunsee through the Gemstobel, then through Im Rachen about 4.5 hours.
- from Carschinahütte through the Gemstobel, then through Im Rachen about 3 hours.
- from Tilisunahütte over the cart fields, then by Im Rachen about 2 hours.
TIP: For additional climbing time, a combination with the other via ferrata routes of the Sulzfluh is ideal for experienced via ferrata with good condition (Family via ferrata Partnunblick, Via Ferrata Partnunblick, Via ferrata Sulzfluh).
Sulzfluh 2817 m above sea level.M., during the ascent about 20 min. (117 m ascent) via marked hiking trail
- over the cart fields to the Tilisunahütte, via the Tilisunafürggli to St. Antönien Garstett (parking lot 6) about 2.5 hours.
- via the Karrenfelder via Grüenfürggli to St. Antönien Garstell (parking lot 6) about 2.5 hours.
- through the Gemstobel via Partnunsee to St. Antönien Garstett (parking 6 about 2.5 hours.
St. Antönien is easily accessible by public transport. Continue by Postbus to St. Antönien Rüti or by Bus Alpin to Partnun Alpenrösli.
If you arrive with your private car, please observe the parking regulations of St. Antönien. The use of the public parking spaces in St. Antönien is subject to a fee (see on-site signalling). Tickets up to a maximum of 21 days can be purchased at the parking machines. Last parking space without a permanent parking ticket is no. 6; the Parking Lot Partnun may only be used with half-year and annual tickets.
Manfred Kessler and Leander Bitschnau, built in 2006.
We generally recommend that you hire a patented mountain guide for the ascent. All accesses lead via marked mountain hiking trails.
- Walk the via ferrata only with the necessary experience
- For a safe ascent, good physical condition, sure-footedness and a head for heights are a prerequisite.
- An appropriate equipment is mandatory. Rope harness, via ferrata set, helmet, good footwear, suitable clothing and gloves are essential.
- Entry only in constant weather. In thunderstorms, the ascent of the via ferrata is life-threatening.
- Do not trigger a rockfall. Respect flora and fauna. Do not leave any waste.
- Each inspection is at your own risk.
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