|GPS:||49.84, 11.082 Google Map · Climbing Map|
|Shared By:||Shawn Heath on May 21, 2013|
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DescriptionThe Landrichterseite consists of climbing on better quality rock and relatively atypical climbing for the Frankenjura. The holds are mostly small slopers in less-than or vertical rock and the climbing therefore technically challenging. The rock is a little polished in parts, and the ends of many of the routes chossy.
This area gets sun when there are no leaves on the trees. Also, it doesn't dry very quickly, so don't bother coming here if it just rained in the past couple days.
Getting ThereThis area is completely on the other side of the valley and therefore has a different parking area.
Get to Frankendorf and head up the small street near the church. This road climbs the hill on switchbacks to the top where there is a crossing of forest roads with this road. Additionally, there is a cross with Jesus where you can park. PARK HERE AND DO NOT DRIVE DOWN THE FOREST ROADS.
With your back to the cross with Jesus (and where you parked your car) head down this dirt road with the trees on your left for 530m. You'll reach a little building where the land dips down. At the bottom of the dip is a small road heading to the left. Turn here and follow this until about where it ends in 350m. There's a fence on your left and a path that you can follow to your left. When you reach the point where the hill slopes down again, head left and you'll reach these areas.
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