Altitude 450m a.s.l
Single pitch sport climbs in 4 different sectors, topo boards and route tags to guide the casual visitor.
For Sectors C and D, Turn right off Muhlerain (if coming south from the main road) and drive about 50m up a gravel track to an obvious parking area next to the crag (In practice, pass the turn off because of the acute angle and carry on 50m to a much bigger road on the right, turn around and come back and turn left in to the gravel track). Sector C is the first area that you come to. It faces east, and gets sun until about 2 pm (in September). Routes are quite sandy and extremely polished. The easier routes have even had cement set on the holds to give extra friction! Overhung by trees which mean that that the crag stays dry even during a couple of hours of moderate to heavy rain. Grades are a bit stiff, even allowing something for the polish, but the cllimbing is worthwhile. Sector D is 5-10 minutes walk away, and only worth a visit when everthing at sector D is done. Far better is sector B which has cleaner, if still polished rock, and sector A which is similar to sector D in character.
For Sectors A and B it is quicker to approach by car from the west along Riedbrunnenstrasse, where there is a free parking lot on the south side of the road, at the turn-off to Fohrackerweg. A clear path in the woods heading north west leads to the crags in 5-10 minutes, the final trun off to the crags is signposted.
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