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Description

Max height is about 20-27 m

Approach

It is directly on the right side of the steps going up to the castle.

Routes

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Start from the southeastern rib on the right and go gradually right to end at the Ibolxa stall. Possibility of clear climbing: well secured with wedges, friends.

FA: SzHSK members, 1979

To the left of the Ibolya starts from a larger stone block and leads straight into the Ibolya

FA: Csutorás Gergely & RP, 2018

The road owes its existence to an overlooked boarding point, which then prompted the lady to make a strenuous climb

FA: SzHSK tagjai, 1980

A variant of the Barguzin legend. That is, we use Barguzin's staple line, but we climb from the left side until the first hanging. After that, the two routes have the same alignment.

FA: Szarka István, 1989

A little greasy at the bottom, but it clears up nicely at the top

FA: Szarka István, 1990

A true classic of the wall, not to be missed! The entrance from under the impressive inverted "V".

FA: Gond Ferenc, 1980

In the same bend, but slightly to the right of it, we start directly

FA: Szarka István, 1988

Originally called "Öcsi platni", the road was later renamed in memory of Tibor Temesvári. Beautiful and long. (The "ram's horn" stand can only be used for overhead security if an extra carabiner is placed!)

FA: Szarka István, 1988

Getting in the often wet notch. As on the Timis plateau, the climb is nice and steady all the way. The name of the path comes from the names of the first climbers.

FA: Gaál Tamás, Antal Péter & Tabi Mónika, 1995

After a bouldery start, easy climbing on nice and compact rock. Above, it is particularly enjoyable on the huge holds of the overhanging wall

FA: Abonyi Gábor, 2020

It starts on the lower part of the northeast wall, on the slab next to the fibrous crack. Clear climbing is possible: wedges and friends can be well secured.

FA: N/A, 1990

Natural lines, beautiful, classic road. Clear climbing options: can be secured with wedges, friends

FA: SzHSK tagjai, 1979

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