- 100% Sport
- Avg. Height: 56m
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There is a really nice hike to get up to the crag
The crag is located at the top of Seehornwald. About an hour and a half walk from the car park (Adventure Park) It is full of easy routes and advertised as "suitable for families". Although I wouldn't take a 5 year old up there.
The ground at the bottom of the crag is fairly steep and there is a lot of lose stone and rock.
Most of the climbs are multi pitch and all bolts look extremely new.
Adventure Park Färich Flüelastrasse 7260 Davos Dorf
The access is through a public hiking trail. No special shoes required, however hiking boots will make the last 100meters easier
Start a or near the Adventure Park. The hiking trail starts about 50 meters west. Google Maps Cords: 46.811207,9.851695 The just follow the sign posted route. About an hour in to the hike you will see a Table and a sigh post to the Seehorn Klettergarten pointing to the left. From there it is another 30min.
Where to stay
There is a plastic tube tied to a sign post that contains (when we were there) 2 crag topos. It would be nice, if you go there, to print out a few copies of the Topo attached to this crag description and leave them there for the next climbers.
There are no open trips for this crag
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