Sulzfluh, from the northwest.
|Elevation||2,817 m (9,242 ft)|
|Prominence||475 m (1,558 ft) |
|Isolation||2.6 kilometres (1.6 mi)|
|Listing||Alpine mountains 2500-2999 m|
|Location||Graubünden, Switzerland |
|Easiest route||Mountain path on eastern face|
It is well known by climbers and has a Via ferrata on the southern, Swiss face, in Graubünden. There are a total of six known caves into the limestone mountain, with lengths between 800 and 3000 or more yards, with all entrances on the Eastern side, in Switzerland.
The eastern side has a mountain path of grade T4, allowing non-climbers to reach the 2817 metre summit. This is part of a multi day walking route along the entire length of the Rätikon chain on the sunnier side, called "Prättigauer Höhenweg".
- Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The key col is the Drusator (2,342 m).
- Biological report about Cave bear in the caves. (german)
- (in English) Hiking in Switzerland, degree of difficulty
- (in English) Hiking Switzerland past Sulzfluh, Graubünden Archived 2014-08-18 at the Wayback Machine
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