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The ca. 7 kilometres long and up to 200m high wall offers excellent climbing possibilities all along the Waidringer Steinplatte over Wiesloch, Wemeteige, Schwollwand, Sonnwand, Tanzboden and Urlkopf until the already in the state of Salzburg located Lachfeldkopf.
The western and eastern edge of the area are easier accessible thanks to toll roads and ski lifts from Waidring or Lofer respectively and have a dense route network (looks at the climbing guide "Steinplatte" by Adi Stocker, Alpinverlag Panico). However, the potential for further expansion is not exhausted yet. All in all, this is certainly one of the top climbing areas in Central Europe.
A St.Johanner Minipalven
B St.Johanner Palven
C Zettenstoa (Gwagblock)
From Waiding at the state road B178 to the toll road to the ski resort Steinplatte and from the parking space along a forest road to the Grünwaldalm the individual sectors. From the parking space ca. 20 - 30 minutes to the sectors at the Steinplatte. To the sector Wiesloch it takes ca. 45 minutes from the parking space via the Grünwaldalm.
If you go up with the lift you reach the sectors along the Steinplatte within 10 to 15 minutes from the mountain station via the Gamssteig (path). The sector Wiesloch is reachable in ca. 30 minutes from there.
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