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Description

Natural rock formation with boltes sport and trad routes

Access issues inherited from Königshainer Berge

The area is protected (Naturschutzgebiet). Climbing is tolerated, keep your impact to a minimum (as you should always do). Bivouacing is not permitted.

Routes

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FA: Frank Hentschke, R. Göbel, W. Zahn & G. Wenzel, 1986

FA: Bernd Teich & R. Schröter, 1974

FA: Georg Wenzel & W. Zahn, 1986

FA: Bernd Teich & R. Schröter, 1974

FA: Falk Stephan, 6 Jun 2012

FA: Ralf Schröter & B. Teich, 1974

FA: Michael Urban & A. Bartho, 1990

FA: Michael Urban, 2006

FA: Michael Noack & F. Hentschke, 1988

FA: Ulrike Krause, Ralf Petzka & M. Urban, 2006

FA: Bernd Teich & R. Schröter, 1974

FA: Michael Urban, 2006

FA: Ralf Reißig, 1989

FA: Michael Noack & W. Zahn, 1986

FA: Bernd Teich & R. Schröter, 1974

FA: Bernd Teich & R. Schröter, 1974

FA: Nico Arnold & M. Heinemann, 1994

FA: Bernd Teich & R. Schröter, 1974

In der östlichen Schmalseite kurzen Riss zG.

FA: Ralf Schröter & B. Teich, 1974

Zugang von Osten. Approach from the east.

bolts removed

FA: Klaus Marondel, 1975

bolts removed

FA: Michael Schlegel, 1975

bolts removed

FA: Wilfried Zahn, 1975

bolts removed

FA: Frank Hartwig, 1975

A2 / 8-

FA: Frank Schmidt, 1975

FA: Michael Urban & A. Bartho, 1990

Zugang von westlicher Aussicht. Approach from the western lookout.

clean rock

FA: Georg Wenzel & W. Zahn, 1986

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