Schimmelecke Rock Climbing
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|Shared By:||Shawn Heath on Jul 1, 2013|
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DescriptionThe name means Mold corner in English, but is actually a quite nice crag and I have no idea why it got its name. It is isolated, very quiet and peaceful, sunny in the morning, and has a great view of the forest from the top. The crag is about 90 feet tall, and the routes are pretty well protected (could be better though). There is a total of nine routes ranging from 5.8 to 5.11d. The climbing is on mostly solid rock and looks like it will mostly follow features, but when actually climbing youll often find many pockets which you didnt see before.
I originally thought, "I'll just post a crappy description when I get home because nobody will ever come here", but it's actually a nice place and worth a visit. Plus, after climbing, you can go back to where you parked your car and enjoy a good beer and Fränkische food.
Getting ThereFrom Betzenstein:
Traveling towards Plech, follow the road towards Klausberg (right turn before you leave Betzenstein). Youll also notice a sign for Reuthof. Continue following the signs towards Reuthof. When you get there, park.
Drive towards Betzenstein. 200m after Ottenhof turn left towards Klausberg and follow the signs for 4km to Reuthof. Park here and
Hike along the trail into the woods towards Eibgrat for 60m, then take a left to follow the blue ring markings. The marking for this trail turns into a red dot after about 200m, which youll continue following when you reach an intersection (follow it to the left). After 300m and right after a little field youll enter the forest and it will start to go downhill. Turn right onto a little, unmarked path. Follow this to a bench, which you will reach in roughly 150m. This is on top of the crag. To reach the climbing, go back about 15m and turn right down a very small, faint climbers trail. Follow this down and around to the right to eventually get to a fixed line and then the crag.
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