Schnanner Klamm

Climbs 36 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 1227m a.s.l – Faces S

Crag features
A small crag with good quality single pitch climbs on compact limestone in a sheltered area. All bolts are good and lower off clips available at the top. All routes are sport climbs and well equipped. "Fürstlich" and "Shark" sector are ok with children, "Upper" and "Tunnel" sector are not. 2 min. walk from car park.

Approach notes
Easy Access standing on the woodern bridge looking up the gorge follow the left hand path over a wall/steps until you reach the large rock wall on the left. For the upper sector keep ascending on left through the forest to old steel cable on the right hand side. Step over cable and ascend to bottom of wall. Caution !

For the "Tunnel" sector choose path on right hand side indicated "Fritzhütte" Turn left on forest road, continue to tunnel gate.

Old fixed ropes lead to start of climbs on exposed ledge. Caution!

Sport Klettern Allgau, Oberland, Tirol - 4. aktulisierte und erweiterte Neuaflage (2009)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
1Pfeiler *5a ** 
2Die Alte *4a  
3Rinne *4a ** 
4Mittelpfeiler *5a ** 
5Einfacher Weg *3 * 
6Tom Turbo *6a ** 
7Direkt *5c *** 
8Schiefer Riss *6a+ ** 
9Fürstlich *7b *** 
10Halbmond *5c *** 
11Fein aber mein *6b+ ** 
12Lactat *6a  
13Verschneidung *6a+ ** 
14Shark *6b *** 
15RinneII *5c * 
16Schnanner Drajer *6c *** 
17Hot Chocolate *7b+ ** 
18Indian Summer *7c *** 
19Technische *6a+ *** 
20Sempre *6a+ ** 
21Alptraum *6c+ *** 
22Platenigel *6b *** 
23Millenium *6c+  
24Lucky Luke *6a *** 
25Stachanow *6b *** 
26XY *5c  
27Flip *5c ** 
28Yazoo *6c+ *** 
29Katzenmensch *7a *** 
30Leben ohne Gnade *7a *** 
31Blaue Lagune *6c+ ** 
32Jonathan Livingston Seagull *6c *** 
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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