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ElBailosUK


Sep 2, 2013, 2:29 PM
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Climbing in North West Germany
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Hello,

I've found myself working in Rheine in north west Germany and don't have anyone to climb with here... crisis!
The nearest area to me is the Teutoburger Wald but I'm happy to drive a few hours away on the weekend. I have limited gear with me and don't know the areas at all. I hear Ith is good?
Any offers gratefully recieved!
Thanks,
Simon


sbaclimber


Sep 3, 2013, 12:34 AM
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I've found myself working in Rheine in north west Germany...
That's relative flat...Frown

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I hear Ith is good?
Considering it is the next closest you've got after the T.Wald, and a lot closer than anything beyond that, yes, it is definitely worth the almost 200km trip.


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djpeary


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Simon,

I too have moved to North West Germany, I come from the UK. I live in Oldenburg, I have climbing gear, keen to climb and have a car. Get in touch and we can organize a climb.

Cheers
Dan


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