Altitude 226m a.s.l
Newly opened (May 2018) limestone sport crag near Prague, great for a day cragging. To climb there, you need 50m long rope and 10 quickdraws. All of the routes are amazingly protected by very closely spaced bolts.
The area consists of 5 buttresses:
- Zebra: This is the only natural buttress in the area. Topo of this crag is here.
- Pod Vodopadem: A crag with the easiest climbs, usually around 6a. The hardest route is "Do nebe", a bouldery 6c; the easiest are three slabby fives on the right side of the crag.
- Rajbas: Slabby area with both easy and medium routes.
- Celo: The arete of the main wall with very nice, slightly slabby routes.
- Central: The main wall which consists of three sub-sectors: Leva cast (the left side), Stredni cast (the middle), and Prava cast (the right side). The left side is predominantly vertical, the middle and right side overhangy.
It is possible to access the area by train from Prague. The train leaves every half an hour from the main station. The station is called Srbsko, from there, walk ca. 25 minutes along the river on a gravel road. The train takes 45 mins. and costs 61 CZK (£2).
Alternatively, it is about 40 minutes by car from Prague, take the highway number 5 from Prague to Beroun and take the turn in Tetin. In the village itself, you can park either in front of the church or near the cemetary (49°56'53.671"N 14°6'30.742"E). The map of the village and parking is here. Then walk along the wall of the cemetary and after ca. 150m, you will see the first buttress called Zebra.
The closest campsite is in Srbsko and it has its own brewery!
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