Mission Jägerscharte

Waiting for a line to come into condition and all the pieces of the puzzle to fall into place can be really frustrating and rewarding at the same time. Last year we had to turn around with the entry of the couloir in sight. So far this season, there was too little snow or the avalanche danger was too high, but this week conditions were finally perfect.

It took us 3 years to finally ride it, a 13 hour round trip, multiple rappels and an infinite number of steps, but mission Jägerscharte was a success…

Martin Heeres splitboarding Martin Heeres rappelling Stephan Verheij climbing up the last part of the couloir to Jägerscharte On top of the Jägerscharte Rens de Wild climbing over the last windlip Group picture at the entry of the Jägerscharte couloir Stephan Verheij in the Jägerscharte couloir Rens de Wild climbing out of the Jägerscharte couloir Martin Heeres climbing out of the Jägerscharte couloir Jägerscharte couloir

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