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.
The Steinturm (stone tower), is as its names sake, a stone tower, and has a cross on its crown. There are twenty established routes on the block, ranging from 5.6 ~ 5.11d. The summit was first reached by the Nordriss route, on the north side, in 1911 by Franz Fischer. Many other first ascents were made by Fischer in 1930.
The Steinturm, is the second stone block after the Rauchröhrenblock.