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Summary

From Behringersmühle to Ebermannstadt.

Description

The last big stretch of the Wiesent valley, starting in Behringersmühle, where the Püttlach merges into the Wiesent, and ending in Ebermannstadt, where the valley becomes wider, the slopes become less steep, and the amount of climbable rock diminishes.

The main climbing attractions are found: around the village Streitberg, with its iconic 'Streitberger Schild', east of Burggaillenreuth, with popular crags like the 'Schlossbergwand', and around the hamlet Sachsenmühle, with high, classic crags like 'Norisbabawand'.

Access issues inherited from Frankenjura Nord

Seasonal closures for protected birds

Zoning concept

  • Zone 1: NO climbing
  • Zone 2: climbing on existing routes
  • Zone 3: new route possible

Please respect signs and zoning list

Ethic inherited from Frankenjura Nord

  • The limestone is soft – please clean your shoes from dirt in order to avoid polished handholds and steps.
  • Don't toprope directly through bolts – use your own material.
  • Clean chalk and tickmarks with a brush.
  • Don't leave toilet paper.
  • Pick up rubbish.
  • No unnecessary noise.
  • No camp fire and bivvy.
  • Park considerately (tractor should be able to pass also at the weekend).
  • Smoking in the forests is forbidden from March 1 until October 31 by law.
  • No publishing of boulder blocks.

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