Unfortunately there is a preservationist standpoint on some rocks in the national forest. Rocks with legal access are marked by small signs. Please respect the local laws to keep what is there open. An X with a circle around it, means climbing forbidden; an > with a circle around it, means climbing allowed.
This information is a public crowdsourcing effort between the Access Fund,
and Mountain Project. You should confirm closures, restrictions, and/or related dates.
Thirty and a half routes available at the furthest crag from Eschlsaign. Seventeen and a half on the right side and thirteen on the left side. Some of the climbs have just been freed in 2009. Others, including the 5.13c Mr. Wonderful by Tom Stallinger were put up almost 20 years ago.
Walk past most of the crags in the Rauchröhrengruppe, and the last left before the trail takes off for the Kötzinger Hütte.