Analysing terrain data
The exposure grade does not take into account objective hazards (stone fall, seracs, etc) but only the consequences of the climber falling.
Low Exposure: The route is well protected or easy enough that protection is not required.
Medium Exposure: The route features some exposed and/or difficult to protect sections.
High Exposure: Much of the route is difficult to protect and a fall could be disastrous at certain points.
Extreme Exposure: The majority of the route is "no fall" terrain.
##Access # 1 h 15 take the Hohsaas telephone from Saas Grund to Kreuzboden station.
Since then follow the ski trail on the left, then the path direction Jegihorn, which exits on the left.
about 2900 m, when the path enters a rocky stretch exit on the right and reach the foot of the face. Name noted at the bottom.
Via the most right in the face.
Spits often blue or yellow in color ##Itinerary # 3 h 30-4 h L# | 4b | 44 m | L# | 4b | 24 m | L# | 4c| 38 m | Transition ~20m L# | 4b | 32 m | L# | 5a | 30 m | L# | 5a | 42 m | L# | 4c| 42 m | L# | 4c| 42 m | L# | 4c| 42 m | Transition ~20m L# | 4c | 24 m | Other meters in 2-3 until the cross of the summit. ##Descent # 1 h 30 along the blue and white marcadp path to Kreuzboden<br/><br/>_This Adventure has been shared under the [Creative Commons Share Alike](https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/) licence._