Hintere Stadelhofener Wände
Several popular crags which are in a beautiful location. Also, being very near the center of the Frankenjura, this area sees quite a bit of action and is therefore well developed, though also a bit polished.
From Forchheim, drive towards Ebermannstadt and then continue towards Gößweinstein. Follow the signs until you get to Gößweinstein. From Gößweinstein, head towards Pottenstein. 100m after the sign telling you you're leaving Gößweinstein, take the right towards Stadelhofen. After 650m you'll see a little entrance to a parking lot surrounded by trees. You know you're in the right spot if you have a big overgrown rock formation on your right. Walk toward the sign and take the trail through the woods. Head uphill for about 150m (it heads downhill in the last 50m or so) and you'll meet a forest road. Head right and follow this road for about 300m until you get to a path marked with a yellow circle that leads you out of the woods. After about 150m you should see a bench on your left, a big field in front of you, and a vague path to your right. Take the path around the field and head to the crag which you can see from here.
Weather station 18.6 miles from here
13 Total Routes
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Featured Route For Hintere Stadelhofener Wände
Woodcocks in Time 5.11a/b 6c 23 VIII- 23 E3 5c Europe
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This route wouldn't be so hard if it wasn't so polished. The feet are a bit terrifying, especially since you've got a ways to go to get to the second bolt and the holds aren't all that confidence-inspiring. If you can get the second bolt clipped, you can rest on a huge hold and continue the easy climbing to get to the third bolt, then it gets overhanging and your feet are at odd places, making it pretty strenuous. By the time you've clipped the 4th bolt, you're pretty tired and you've still got ...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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