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DescriptionA.K.A. Zellerwand. Find a wall of short fun crags with bomb jugs and mono pockets... It is in the trees so belaying and half the climbing is in shade. The belay pads and trails are well maintained. When you get done climbing go for a cool off in the pond. Most of the route names (some accompanied by grades), are painted in red enamel at the bottom of the wall.
CAMPING: You can camp at the park for between 15 and 20 euros, you will notice mostly campers, but tents are allowed. I would suggest, however, to camp on Chiemsee: chiemsee-camping.de/ (8 euros) or more secluded: camping-seehaeusl.de/index_… (4,50 euros) But the better one: camping-harras.de/ (5 euros). All have beautiful warm showers, and are on the lake.
HOSTELS: jugendherberge.de/jh/bayern… Prien is a bustling town on the lake, the hostel is in town.
Private Property (free access) Details
It is free to climb here, but the park is privately owned, that said, park, walk, and climb lightly. The main building in the park serves as a Kletterschule (climbing school) as well and often takes kids out to the crags, so if they do, be helpful and curteous, and give them the routes they need.
Getting ThereFrom Munich (München) take the A8 south (from Garmisch: take the A95 North to the 472 through Bad Tölz to the A8 south) and get off at Bernau am Chiemsee, go through Bernau and follow the 305 To Grassau and turn right (south) on the 307 through Marquartstein toward schleching. After Reiten and Emperbichl it will be the Camper ground on the right side.
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