Starting from the Nipple (see walk-in description), a less obvious marked path continues.
A very large cave entrance, 20 minutes further on, is an old bivouac used by the Munich cavers, and a few minutes later, a strongly draughting (out in summer) tube about 5m in diameter is the main entrance to the Eishöhle. This was also the site of an old French bivouac, but must have been very cold. Continuing past a large snow-choked entrance and a couple of small holes, all in a cliff to the left, the path ends abruptly and unambiguously at the "new" entrance, also strongly draughting. This is between one and a half and two hours from the car park.
In this area and along the path beyond are a number of entrances, mainly discovered by CUCC and ARGE in their efforts to connect Eishöhle to Kaninchenhöhle.
|39||SCHWA höhle 39|
|140||Schwa Schacht 140|
|153||Schwa Schacht 153|
|154||Schwa Schacht 154|
|155||Unerforscht Schacht 155|
|158||Donner und Blitzen Höhle|
|163||Schwa Höhle 163|