Another standard Bavarian rack. The Dirndl is the...
Close your eyes and think of a stereotypical Germany, you may be thinking of Bavaria, land of enormous beers, lederhosen, and an enrichment of alpen-goodness. The Deutscher Alpen Verein (DAV) does a nice job of maintaining access and bolts: alpenverein.de/
as well as hold a wonderful database and quarterly newsletter: dav-felsinfo.de
Towns with bustling Alpine activity include Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Mittenwald, and Berchtesgaden (Oberbayern). There are many well maintained Klettersteig (via ferrata) in the Northern limestone alps as well as the Frankenjura area.
Bavaria Is the largest of the 16 Bundesländer, and is full of people proud of it. You may see signs with "Freistadt Bayern" on them, indicating a support for a free state of Bavaria. People here are generally conservative, catholic, and are engrossed in tradition. Thus you may see climbing traditions that differ from yours.
Fly Ryanair to Frankfurt Hahn for $10 and take the Deutsch Bahn www.bahn.de or pay mucho dinero and fly into Munich, Salzburg, or Innsbruck.
Weather station 7.4 miles from here
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Direkte Gamsalmplatte 5.10- 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a Europe
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Pleasure climbing at its best, this route has a little of everything. It's mostly slab (as the route's name implies), but the 10th and 11th pitches offer up more vertical and slightly overhanging climbing.The crux is on pitch 4 and climbs thin side-pulls to reach a juggy ledge. It can also be aided (and is therefore obviously well protected) or dynoed. The rest of the pitches typically range between UIAA 4 and 5 (5.5 - 5.8), though there are several easier pitches, including an unprotected walk ...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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The typical rack of the Bavarian.