- Climbing Disciplines
- Climbing Regions
- Climbing Holiday
The wall's orientation is toward the northeast. All routes in the sector Hellraiser, in the sector Mafia and some in the sector Sphinx, are resistant to rain. All other routes get wet fairly quick. After long continued rainfall it takes at least two days for the wall to dry up. Best time is the beginning of May until the end of Septembre. Also on hot days, the conditions are good.
The climbing grade is, at least up to difficulty level 7a, very hard!
The protection is good. However, only the new routes are equipped with standard conformant material. The stands are all equipped with carabiners. The route names are written at the entry points.
Commentary of the major developer Patric Rupprich:
"Exactly what I have been looking for for a long time, shady and cool, short ascent and very effective climbing. No long "walk in the park", but from the very start, you need to hold on. Today there exist 54 routes (including variants) and further routes will surely be added in the future".
After ca. 1,5km park at the sixth U-curve.
Along the Pitztaler state road into the valley after ca. 18,5 km before the first tunnel turn right to the hamlet of Rehwald/Felsenhof. After ca. 1,5km park at the sixth U-curve. The path before the U-curve towards direction Zaunhof leads to the climbing routes.
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