Elevation: 2,639 ft
GPS: 47.164, 10.582 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Shawn Heath on Jul 15, 2013
Admins: Shawn Heath, Phil Lauffen
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Description

Although this crag has become quite popular in the last few years, it's not polished, nor is it crowded. Most of the people you see here are hikers following the E5.
The climbing is up to 7 pitches and around 200m tall. The rock is structured limestone. Most of the pitches are in the 5.10 range, but some drop down to 5.8 or easier and go up to hard 5.12. And with such a short aproach, you can imagine that this crag has been developed like a sport crag. All of the routes are completely bolted, with bolted anchors and rap rings. You needn't bring any trad gear with you, just about 15 (maybe a couple more if you want to link pitches) draws and some lockers and you're set. Double ropes are nice to have for the rappels since some of the pitches may exceed 35m.

Getting There

Same as described on main page. To reach the routes on the right side of the crag, it's better to follow the trail a bit to the right and then keep your eyes open for a small climber's trail on the left through an opening in the trees.

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