Wolkensteiner Wand 5.5 - 5.13a

Wolkensteiner Wand 5.5 - 5.13a

Page Type Page Type: Mountain/Rock
Location Lat/Lon: 49.80036°N / 11.30228°E
Activities Activities: Sport Climbing
Seasons Season: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Additional Information Elevation: 148 ft / 45 m
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The Wolkensteiner Wand is a classical, 45 meters high rock in the Wiesenttal, the North East Region of the Frankenjura.
Its very attractive because the climbing wall is dry, even on rainy days.
Altogether, the Wolkensteiner Wand offers about 23 routes up to 3 pitches in the grades between 5.5 up to 5.13a.
The secure points and return hooks are very well.
Six of the described routes are already in the second Bühlerführer
described from the year 1964.
In the winter 2005 Burkhard Müller, Norbert Schauer and Ernst Hermann
reorganized big parts of the wall.
In particular the right wall part was guessed/advised in oblivion and
its now again a worthwhile goal.
Attention falling rocks: Since the rock is firm not without exception
and is climbed at the entire wall in several floors, it prevails falling rocks danger at the lower part wound.
The rock structure offers holes, borders, cracks and slopes
The routes are perpendicularly , easily overhanging and also strongly
Wolkensteiner Wand

Getting There

Coming from the city Behringersmühle in direction to Waischenfeld.
After 3,9km - measured of the branching of the federal highway B 470 - one
arrives on the left roadside at a small park bay between two dirt
roads branching to the left. Here park.
From the parking lot go up the path and after
170m right after a path branches to the wall.

Red Tape

The whole area is a natural park, The Wolkensteiner Wand is a Zone 2 Rock, that means

Zone 2 : Climb only on the existing routes up to the returning hook, no new
New routes possibly after consultation of the appropriate authority.


There are a lot of cheap guest houses in Treunitz and the villages around.
Wild camping is not allowed.
There are also some camping areas around Treunitz and the other villages



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