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One of the bigger walls in the Frankenjura. And since this is a tall crag, that means there are some classic routes here - in the classical meaning of the word classic. They're very good, but not necessarily all 4-star routes. However, they are old with one being established in 1927! While there are some easier routes, the best are in the UIAA 7 and 8 range.
Get to Doos which is near Waischenfeld. From there, drive towards Waischenfeld. After about 2.5km there is a turn-off on the right to Oberailsfeld (Eichenbirkig). Turn here and park in the parking area on the left. Follow the hiker's trail for 150m (past the Große Dooser Welle) and follow the climber's trail up to reach the crag.
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I thought I did this wrong to begin with, but apparently you really do finish that far to the right of the anchor Climb alter weg up until where it veers right, then continue up the arete and slab past 4 bolts to the anchor. The crux is rather cryptic, very technical, and lasts from the last bolt to the anchor. You should find yourself pretty far to the left and desperately stretching for the anchor. The first ascentionist said that was the safest place to place the anchor and safety preceeds co...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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