climbing guidebook Schwarzwald Rock 3.0

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All climbing areas in the Black Forest in one book!

This edition has grown significantly compared to the last one.
Over many months we have visited all the crags in the Black Forest and looked after many forgotten routes and crags in the Black Forest. In the central Black Forest in particular, we have once again renovated many routes and crags.
Of course, this issue also includes the popular Hornberger Platte with all the new sectors. High above Hornberg, we have renovated the Feierabendfelsen. A varied and enjoyable climbing area with slightly longer access. We have recently sunk our cams into the body and shoulder cracks on Geisshaldenfels. The small Bellenstein climbing garden near Oberkirch has also been added. In this issue, we finally present many forgotten routes in Battert. In the far north near Pforzheim, the amphitheater has become more extensive.
This issue also finally includes the completely revised Schlüchtal with all the crags. In the meantime, the Kandel above Waldkirch and Freiburg's local area of Gfäll have been perfectly renovated. But small areas such as the crag at the Adlerschanze in Hinterzarten have also been visited and the routes have been optimized and the moss removed from the existing routes.
Almost all the walls have been re-photographed and reworked. In some cases there are new parking options and access points. The tried and tested GPS QR codes can finally also be found in this edition. This makes orientation on the rock and access very easy. Important information for motorhomes and campers for overnight stays is also new.
Every climber visiting the Black Forest should pack the Schwarzwald Rock 3.0 in their rucksack.

The Black Forest Rock now presents 57 climbing areas on 574 pages. Despite this wealth of areas, routes and all the associated information, the guide remains compact and absolutely clear. Each area is preceded by a short introductory text and supplemented by information on rock character, protection, nature conservation and access. Good overview sketches as well as detailed approach sketches (QR code/coordinates for parking facilities), pictograms on wall height, approach time, orientation, child-friendliness, type of climbing, safety situation, shade, rockfall, ...  no questions remain unanswered! This really useful guide is rounded off with easy-to-read topos.
574 pages
Language German
3rd edition 2021

Susanne and Stefan Wagenhals
Lobo Edition

"climbing guidebook Schwarzwald Rock 3.0"