In the otherwise rather sleepy eastern Kaiser, a lot is going on. After Christian Hechenberger and Simon Berger were on the southern pillar of the Maukspitze last year, the two of them were now able to “hunt down” a new route in the south-eastern wall. Their route “Woidmanns Donk” “offers steep and ingenious, but challenging alpine climbing in the super Koasa rock”, spread over seven pitches and 260 climbing metres. The difficulties reach the lower 9th UIAA grade.
Access: From the guesthouse “Mitterjäger” or “Ghs. Kramerwirt” by bike to the Kaiserniederalm, then on foot along trail no. 823 in the direction of Maukeck. Shortly before the Maukeck turn right through a mountain pine alley and then cross the gravel field and to the entrance (1 h)
Descent: Lower off anchors are set up for abseiling. (60 m; for the 1st and 2nd abseil, clip in intermediate bolts!) If there is snow on top, danger of falling rocks and avalanches.
Gear: Cams BD 0.2-2/10 Quickdraws
Infos: Christian Hechenberger