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Description

Large and very well developed crag in beautiful surrounding, featuring some of Germany's hardest routes and boulders. For many Kochel is a love-hate relationship: long approach, bad rock, hard grades and even harder routes. Definetly not a new-school location, but if you fall in love, Kochel will offer you everything you need. A playground especially for those mastering grade 9 and above.

Access issues

Wiesenwand and Keltenwand may be off limits sometimes due to cows grazing. Parts of Atlantiswand might be temporary closed due to birds nesting.

Approach

Takes 45mins to walk from the Kochel train station to 'Wiesenwand' and another 45mins to 'Atlantis wand'. Alternatively, there is also a bus that stops next to 'Wiesenwand' (bus stop: Altjoch) roughly every two hours during the day.

For most sectors, please park your car at the powerplant.

Where to stay

Two campsites at the Kochelsee.

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Areas

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Name
Style
Routes
Ticks
Height
Grades
Kienstein sector
94
196
22m
Betongwand sector
27
75
24m
Wiesenwand sector
44
260
15m
6
Keltenwand sector
23
108
14m
1
14
39
14m
1
Atlantiswand sector
165
107
24m
1
Reservat sector
85
46
10m
1
Peterstein boulder
4
5
2m
2

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