Ines Papert sale la difficile Scaramouche
Fu il primo 8a delle Alpi ed una via di rado ripetuta19 September 2016
The strong Ines Papert did a rare repeat of Scaramouche, hard and not famous route of Alex and Thomas Huber in Hoher Goll, Berchtesgaden, Germany. This was opened in 1989 and represents a must of high difficult ruote in the Alps.
8a, 7c, 7b+, 6b, 7c+/8a, 7b+, 7a, 7b+ the sequence of difficult for 300 meters long and this was the first 8a in the Alps.
Ines tried the ascent several months ago yet but the bad weather stopped the venture. The climb on Scaramouche is always demanding, in particolar in the first pitch, the most difficult, but also for the challenging run-out, typical of Huber style.
Paper spent more then 10 days to complete the route.
Scaramouche, Hoher Göll, Berchtesgaden, Germania
8a max, 8L, 300m
FA: Alex e Thomas Huber, 1989