Altitude 270m a.s.l
Traditional climbing place in Prague. Geologically, it is proterozoic stone called "buližník" in Czech; it is quite similar to slate and flint. In the are is not allowed to use chalk. Most of the areas are partially bolted (usually one ringbolt per route and an anchor bolt) and they are well protected.
The area has been climbed since the end of the 19th century, predominantly by German climbers preparing for alpine mountaineering. It consists of a number of sectors, the most important ones are: 1) Divci skok ("Maiden's leap"), 2) Zabak ("He-frog"), and 3) Brenta. In the valley is also a number of interesting bouldering routes, described in a dedicated guidebook (only in Czech): http://www.lezec.cz/fotos/fil18974.pdf
To approach, take a tram number 20 or 26 or a bus to the the station "Divoka Sarka". Follow the road next to the McDonald's down to the valley and you will see the crags from afar.
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