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Untersberg, Salzburg
Oct 15th 2017

Ostwandverschneidung

Thomas, local climber and occasional poster on UKC, kindly offered to introduce me to the steep limestone multipitch of Untersberg. The climbing was far from the polished, traffic-filled Avon Gorge, although Thomas let me lead the last pitch of sketchy, loose rubble to let me feel "at home". A very different style of climbing to much of the mountain trad in the UK, but one I imagine I will get used to.