A small, yet tall wall with a million pockets on it. While there are only 10 routes on this wall (including a bouldering traverse), they are all quality, which makes this area well worth a visit. The variety of difficulty here is perfect for the average climber, but beginners might find the climbs too difficult and hardcore climbers might get bored quickly.
From the parking area indicated in the Katzenlöcher area description. Head down the road to your left as you're facing the sign for Zimmerbergwände. When you come to a T-intersection, head to the right and continue on this dirt road, keeping to the right until you see the crag on your right. The path up is steep and is about 700m or 10-15 min walk from the car. When you take this path up, this wall is the one on the left.
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Gummitwist mit dem Antichrist 5.10a/b 6a+ 19 VI+ E2 5b International : Europe : ... : Bärnhofer Wand 1
Much like the situation with "Biographie" and "Realization", this route seems to have some discussion going on about who did it and what it's called. Unfortunately, "Gummitwist" is painted on the wall, so that name is what I'm putting as the official name. But according to www.klettern.frankenjura.com/php3/select_route.php3?id=5-05->>> the route is called Moni und kein Ende and was established by Peter Müller in 1986.Anyway, classic pocket pulling for 70 feet. What more could you ask fo...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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