Climbs 80
Rocktype Granite
Altitude 1174m a.s.l
Faces W

Crag features

At the western end of the valley boiler of length field those stand rock climbing garden of the Oberrieds. The numerous light routes become particularly by the adjacent Viehweide a completely special experience. It is at steep overhangs or in classical tear blending, Oberried is always worth a visit. Particularly, families combine the climbing garden with a beautiful trip in the Ötztal.

Approach notes

Parking is next to the old Firestation in Oberried. Information office in Langenfeld can provide leaflets on the various crags in the valley

correct crag info is at Oberried crag, not oberrid
bluerockman - 27/Aug/08
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1Moulin Rouge6b 3
2Express Machine
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7c **2
3Fragile
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7a *4
4Scheintot
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7b+ **1
5Yosemite
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6c 2
6Shinning
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6c 4
7Aquarell
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4c 3
8Chaos
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6b 4
9Relax
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6b 2
10Obelix
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5c 4
11Fred und Barney
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5c 2
12Spider
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6b 2
13Herbsttag
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6a 2
14Bohrfieber
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6a 1
15Nightrider
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4c 2
16La Bamba
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6a+ 2
 Moved climbs 
18Captain Hook
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5c 3
19Korkenzieher4a 4
20Doznhacker
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4c 4
21Rotkappchen
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5a 3
22La Le Lu
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4c 4
23Max der Parkwachter
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5c 4
24Zwergnase
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4c 3
25Frodo *
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4c 2
26Hobbit *
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3 1
27Sam *
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3+ 1
28Balu *
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3 1
29Simba *
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3 2
30Biene Maya *
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3 1
31Willi *
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3 2
32Pipmaz *
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3 2
33Playboy *
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5a 1
34Mila Johara *
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5a 1
35Sandman *
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3 1
36Hexe Lili *
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3 1
37Yakari *
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2 1
38Paula+Paula *
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4a 2
39Mr. Crabs *
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4a 2
40Le Chuck *
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5a 1
41Raindrops Afternoon *
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6b+ 1
42Maus *
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5a 2
43Ehaja *
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6a 2
44Djure *4a 2
45Snorre *5a 1
46Mr. Kleinstein *5c 1
47Baker Street *5c 3
48Goofy *
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5c 2
49Maya The Bee *
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3 1
50Lausbubenverschneidung *
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6a 1
51Papermoon *
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6b 1
52Loreley *
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5c 1
53Dexter *
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5c 1
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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