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Fichtelgebirge Climbing Area

Page Type: Album

Object Title: Fichtelgebirge Climbing Area

Image Type(s): Rock Climbing, Hiking

 

Page By: reinhard2

Created/Edited: Jun 12, 2007 / Aug 30, 2007

Object ID: 300910

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Historical climbing at Fichtelgebirge's heart

This album provides a 1st collection of climbing and scenery photos from the 70ies of the last century. I hope I can enlarge it to later times step by step.

Fichtelgebirge
is a very beautiful low mountain range in northeastern Bavaria (Germany) with granite rocks resulting from the Caledonian era some 280 Million years ago, with a varied subsequent geological record.
Since the Middle Ages it is covered mainly by an extended spruce forest.
It harbours a very particular flower called "Siebenstern" (Seven star), which blossoms inconspicuously near the ground with a 7-fold tiny white bloom.

7-star
 


External Links

Infos in German:

Comprehensive general page
Climbing community "IG Klettern"


Images of the Rudolfstein area

The summit region of Rudolfstein (866 m) embraces one of the richest climbing areas of Fichtelgebirge. Its rocks consist of strangely stacked granite slabs, where often friction or crack climbing dominates.

Rudolfstein lies at the heart of Fichtelgebirge, a few km south of the small town of Weißenstadt. Actually it can be considered a shoulder of Schneeberg ("snow mountain", 1053 m), the highest mountain in Fichtelgebirge, which lies about 3 km south of Rudolfstein. On the ridge way from Rudolfstein to Schneeberg one passes the rock group of the so called "3 brothers".

Rudolfstein
Aerial view of Rudolfstein summit

3 Brothers
Aerial view of 3 brothers

Approaching Rudolfstein
Approaching Rudolfstein






At 3 Brothers
The central of the "3 brothers"
 
At 3 Brothers
East crack of south brother






Sister rocks
Through the spruce wood to the "Sister Stones"
Rudolfstein
Rudolfstein summit pillar
 
Rudolfstein
Rudolfstein summit pillar, upper part



Outlook

I hope for someone who can contribute images from the following decades, in order to extend and complement this album.



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