Climbs 42
Rocktype Quartzite
Altitude 327m a.s.l
Faces all

Crag features

A ridge of pink quartzite with northeast and southwest faces set in woodland. Most routes follow, or are adjacent to, cracks, and so jamming is a useful skill here! There are a few East German ring-type bolts dotted around.

The southwest face is nice and clean. The northeast face is more than a little bit green! (Take a big brush!)

Approach notes

From Reichenbach turn off Beedenkurchener Straße and almost immediately turn left up the Borsteinweg, signposted to 'Waldgasthaus'. After a mile or so on narrow roads the crag is obvious on the right. Do not park in the Gasthaus grounds. It is possible to park right below the crag but there are also plenty of spots just back towards town.

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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
  Nordost
2 Ostkante
-
III 1
3 Direkte Ostkante
-
V-  
4 Schuppenwändchen
-
VI-  
5 Eckanstieg
-
III+  
6 Millimeterwändchen
-
V  
7 Baumweg
-
V-  
8 Pendelwändchen
-
IV-  
9 Direktes Pendelwändchen
-
IV  
10 Uberdachter Riss
-
III+  
11 Damenriss
-
III  
12 Meier-Risse
-
III  
13 Grünes Wändchen
-
IV-  
14 Starkenburger Weg
-
V-  
15 Berggeistüberhang
-
V-  
Climb name Grade
16 Nordkantenriss
-
IV-  
17 Viehtrift
-
II 1
18 Schleidt-Band
-
II 1
19 Borsteinkarussel
-
V+  
  Südwest
21 Nit Möglich
-
VIII-  
22 Fischer-Platte
-
IV  
23 Schenkelüberhang
-
VI+  
24 Großes V
-
VII-  
25 Schenkelriss
-
VI  
26 Müller-Riss
-
IV+  
27 Großes A
-
VII-  
28 Feger-Wändchen
-
V-  
29 Ochsenweg & Ochsenkamin
-
III  
30 Parallelriss
-
II  
Climb name Grade
31 Mariannen-Kante
-
V+  
32 Nasenvariante
-
V+  
33 Kantenriss
-
V+  
34 Marianne-Sybillen-Kante
-
VII+  
35 Kamin
-
V  
36 Karl-Lehr-Ged.-Weg
-
V+  
37 Adam-Weg
-
IV  
38 Quarzrisschen
-
IV+  
39 Linker Doppelriss
-
IV-  
40 Rechter Doppelriss
-
IV  
41 Südwestwandwulst
-
VI-  
42 Kuhweg
-
III+ 1
43 Rampfler
-
IV  
44 Flechtenriss
-
IV+  

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