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The highest, biggest and most popular sector of the Fuchsfels. It's named after the classic route "Ameisenweg".

Access issues inherited from Hausener Felsen



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FFA: Dufner, 1999

A classic with good protection.

FA: Arthur Oswald † & Schmid, 1967

1 6+ 25m
2 4 25m

If walking by the route doesn't look very promising but the first pitch (VI+) is worth to climb. The second pitch has to be done with trad equipment but is much easier (IV)

Set by Keller, 1956

1 6+
2 7-

FA: Falk & Kamolakhont, 2008

Starts in the middle of the face between 2nd pitches of 'Knotenweg' and 'Ameisenweg'.

FA: Falk, 2009

From the big cave the route starts 3m above the path and passes the overhang on the right. Very nice line with face climbing, finger cracks and cool moves. Steep for the grade.

FFA: Hermann, 1990

Rewarding alternative second pitch of the popular Ameisenweg. At the first belay head right (instead of left). The first protection will be a sling.

Climb in via 'Bafana, Bafana' or 'Keks und Schokolade'

FA: Hermann, 2010

FA: Hermann, 2010


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