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Füssen Rock Climbing 

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Elevation: 2,600'
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Hoards of tourists wander into Füssen everyday to make their way to the lavish castles of König Ludwig II, of which, two that are well worth the visit lie a short bus ride from Füssen.

There are at least 17 crags in the Füssen area, making it possibly the section with the highest concentration of climbs in the Allgäu/Bayerisch Schwaben area. Take a break and enjoy time in Hohenschwangau where people and castle watching is rich.

There are two huts in the area maintained by the DAV Sektion Füssen. Click here for info: also check this site for info on the climbing community in Füssen.

Getting There 

TRAIN: from Munich, running often to Füssen to keep up with the demand to see Ludwigs castles.
AUTO: From Munich, take the A96 to the Buchloe exit, whereby you will want the 12 south to Kaufbeuren. Continue on the 12 until you see the 16 in the direction of Marktoberdorf, take the 16 all the way to Füssen.
From Garmisch - Take the 23 to Ehrwald (note, you will be in Austria, roads change and vignettes are needed. Take the 179 toward Biclbach, and follow it all the way to Füssen.
From Stuttgart - Take the A8 to the A7 and follow it till it ends, then follow signs for Füssen

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