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Submitted By: Shawn Heath on May 1, 2012
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Very quiet and secluded crag where you're almost guaranteed to be alone. On the north side are some decent pocketed routes which are still pretty dirty. On the west side are some more neat routes which get sun in the evening. This side also has a nicely overhanging wall with some challenging routes on it. The routes are too close to each other though...


Getting There 

Set your GPS for Schwenderöd, and when you get there drive in the direction of Ursensollen. After 2 km turn right in the direction of Wolfsfeld. After 2.5 km you'll see a right turn towards Dettnach. Take it and drive up to the peak (about 200 m) and park on the left. Follow the hiking trail which is marked with a blue cross for 550 m until you see a narrow trail branch off to the right. Follow this to a hunter's blind and go downhill for 100m. You'll see a small, overgrown crag on your left and a climber's trail leading past this crag to the actual climbing crag. 10 mins.
The GPS coordinates are to the parking location.


9 Total Routes


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Dettnacher Bauernfünfer

Dettnacher Bauernfünfer 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a  Europe : Germany : ... : Bettelmannfels
Starts left of the dihedral (which has no real route up it) on the wall and follows the bolt line more or less straight up on good holds. The name implies that it's much easier than it actually is....[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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