Adlerklippen,Harz Mountains,Germany Route Eistee VII- © Jamie Degel
The Adlerklippen (Eagle's Crag) group are the northern part of the granite outcrops on the west side of the Oker valley. It consists of The Adlerklippen itself which rises direct from the river bed; the Main Crag partly hidden by trees; Tofana, above the Main Crag; Uberhangfelsen (Overhang Cliffs), the prominent rock below Tofana; Passo di Ball, the gendarme immediately above Uberhangfelsen; Schlafender Lowe (Sleeping Lion), south of the previous two; Uhuklippen (Owl Cliffs), the granite ridge which begins 100m above Sleeping Lion.
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Please note that I've not visited this area since 1989! I used the English guide book "Selected Rock Climbs in the Harz" by Ivar Hellberg, which leant on Richard Goedeke's German guide published 1978. I imagine it's in the Ostharz guide now, but don't have a copy.
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