Arch Wall


Arch Wall

VI, 5.11-, A4+. 1100 метров. Пройден в 1972 двойкой: Ed Drummond и Hugh Drummond. В 1994 году польская команда, в составе: J. Fluder, S. Piecuch и J. Golab совершила зимнее восхождение по этому маршруту. Aslak Aastorp, совершивший второе прохождение маршрута в месте с Tom Cosgriff, писал: "на маршруте нужна платформа. От 8 до 12 дней работы на стене с большим количеством ходов на скайхуках. Можно думать о свободном прохождении маршрута, но для этого надо его как следует почистить и быть очень сильным скалолазом, иначе придется напичкать шлямбурами один из лучших ИТОшных маршрутов Норвегии." Всего насчитывается 3 или 4 прохождения маршрута.

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Энциклопедия туриста. 2014.

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