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Access issues inherited from Ostrov

Get the local climbing guidebook from Refugio Tisá, HUDY Hřensko possibly also from the local camp. Two options available:

Průvodce Ostrov: standard czech text guide, 2021, ~19€, uses traditional Ostrov grading system

Geoquest Kletterführer Ostrov: TOPO guide in German and English, 2020, ~40€, uses saxon grading system in line with Bielatal

Ethic inherited from Labské pískovce

Check particular areas for more detailed rules and nature protecton restrictions. General czech sandstone rules apply in all areas:

  1. Climbing is only allowed on dry rock.

  2. No changing of the rock surface.

  3. No hardware protection (friends, rocks, pitons). The gaps between the ring/bolts may only be filled with slings. UFOs (textile friends) are allowed.

  4. No Toprope if it may damage rock or fixed protection (=in theory allowed if there is a maillon or if you use own quickdraw as anchor point AND there is no rope friction with rock)

  5. First ascents shall be consulted upfront with the area administrator. Contacts available at https://www.horosvaz.cz/skaly-region-2/

  6. Further local rules apply depending on the level of protection. See the particular area details.

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FA: Dietmar Heinicke, 1972

FA: Karel Bělina & K.Bělinová, 1990

FA: Karel Bělina & K.Bělinová, 1990

FA: Bernd Biesecker, 1997

FA: Jan Pleticha, 1990

FA: Stanislav Lukavský, 1990

FA: Karel Bělina & J.Řežníková, 1990

FA: Miloslava Bělinová, K.Bělinová & K.Bělina, 1990

FA: Karel Bělina, 1990

FA: Karel Bělina & J.Řežníková, 1990

FA: Karel Bělina & J.Pleticha u.Gef., 1990

FA: Petr Slanina und Stanislav Lukavský & K.Bělina, 1990

FA: Karel Bělina & P.Slanina, 1990

FA: Karel Bělina & J.Řežníková, 1990

FA: Petr Slanina, 1990

FA: Stanislav Lukavský, 1990

FA: Petr Slanina, K.Bělina & S.Lukavský, 1990

FA: Karel Bělina, 1990

FA: Jan Pleticha, 1990

FA: Lothar Petrich & R.Türpe, 3 Jul 2017

FA: Helmut Claus, 1992

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