This is a northfacing cave just outside of the town of Wolfsberg. Because of the northern aspect, it is shady and is a good summer destination. Also because of the overhung nature of the routes, they tend to stay dry even in the rain. There are a total of nine routes in the cave from left to right are Gell Nancy (5.9), Superhussy (5.10a), Bambus (5.10d), Panda (5.12c), Rock the Rebel/Metal the Devil (5.14b), Grune Banane (5.13a), Orang Utan (5.12c), Grottenolm (5.12d), Asiatisches Dach (5.12c/d), and Tropisches Gewitter (5.10d).
From Oma Eichler's Campground walk east for a couple of minutes to the town of Wolfsberg. In the center of wolfsberg next to house number 48 is a small road that crosses the tiny stream and heads south for a couple hundred feet to a small parking area. From here continue on the dirt forest road to the left and uphill for 500 feet or so until a small trail branches off to the right heading to the obvious cliff.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Wolfsberger Grotte:
Superhussy 5.10a Sport, 1 pitch, 40 feet
Bambus 5.10d Sport, 1 pitch, 40 feet
Featured Route For Wolfsberger Grotte
This is a fun route that starts steep and pumpy, and finishes up vertical pocketed rock. The crux is down low between the first and second bolts, and it feels slightly runout from the third bolt to the anchors. ...[more] Browse More Classics in International