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Anyone coming to Füssen from the north will see it from afar, the Säuling. It dominates the scenery behind the lovely Forgensee so dominantly that most people hardly know its satellites by name. To the east of it, in the extensive Ammergau Alps, there are numerous rewarding climbing destinations. For example, on the Geiselstein. Insiders have long sung the high song of rough slabs and monstrous water grooves. And the Kenzenkopf with its sun-drenched south face should also be well-known among connoisseurs. However, that is by no means all. In recent years, numerous new tours have been created on the partly isolated peaks. On the north side of the Krähe alone, over 20 in number. The new Ammergau Alpine Climbing Guide describes them all. And that in unprecedented detail and opulence. Overview pictures, wall photos, topos and informative texts now make the complex topography of the Ammergau Alps accessible to all. The easy ridge climbs - the 12 Apostle Ridge on Pilgerschrofen, the East Ridge on Säuling and the West Ridge on Hoher Straußberg - are described in detail. And last but not least, all relevant sport climbing areas can be found in the new climbing guide. Both those high up on the mountain and the spots close to the valley. Schwanseeplatten, Ziegelwies and Kraftwerkwand - heard of them?
Klettergärten um Füssen
M. Lutz, M. Oswald, D. Elsner, R. Nordmann