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Summary

Visible far and wide, Streitberg's shield-shaped landmark offers lots of classic routes in smooth rock.

Description

Impressive free-standing tower in the shape of a knight's shield, right in the middle of the village Streitberg.

In the south face, you can find long, exposed, vertical wall climbs in unusually smooth rock. Highlights include "Schildkröte" and "Bernd Arnold-Platte". The slim west face houses the first route ever to be marked with a "red point", "Adolf Rott Gedenkweg". The easiest way up can be found in the shady backside.

Especially the easier climbs are polished and the protection should sometimes be improved with one or the other nut.

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

Approach

In Streitberg, drive up towards Binghöhle/Störnhof. In front of the last group of houses on the right, turn right towards Streitburg and park your car after 150 m near the abandoned quarry on the left (do not obstruct the driveway on the left!). Walk uphill. On your right, opposite a house with lots of fossils and garden gnomes in the garden, a footpath leads down to the crag.

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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Historic route, as it was the first one to be marked with a 'red point' by Kurt Albert † in 1975.

FFA: Kurt Albert †, 1975

FFA: Kim Carrigan

FFA: Jürgen Krasser, 2011

Starts together with "Südwestkante, Direkter Einstieg", then merges into "Bernd Arnold-Platte" followed by a long and scarcely protected traverse, passing the line of "Schildkröte" and still going a bit right and up over 2 bolts to the anchor.

FFA: Holger Heuber, 1999

FFA: Henry Barber, 1979

FFA: Klemens Nicklaus, 2008

FFA: John Bachar & Kurt Albert †, 1981

FFA: Kurt Albert †, 1978

No chain on top, best to use the last bolt.

FFA: Peter Müller

FFA: Klemens Nicklaus, 2006

FA: Toni Rockstroh & Georg Vollrath, 1912

The thin, boltless crack between "Pilgerriss" and "Erdenkäuferriss".

FFA: Andreas Schelter, 2008

FA: Armin Erdenkäufer, 1965

FFA: Heinz Arnold, 1998

FA: Otto Sigl, 1965

FFA: Alma, 2015

FFA: Norbert Graf, 1988

FFA: Norbert Graf, 1988

In remembrance of Helmut Albrecht, who died during an expedition in the Andes while ascending "Siula chico" on 15. June 1961.

FA: Armin Erdenkäufer, 1965

FFA: Kurt Albert † & Wolfgang Güllich †, 1981

FFA: Kurt Albert †, 1998

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