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ein_berliner


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I just moved to Northern Bavaria, near Wuerzburg, and I'm looking for partners for Germany. Any information on the nearest/best area to climb near where i'm living would also be appreciated.

Eric




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Hi, I'm not from that area, but maybe this website will help you finding nice spots for climbing:

http://finzel.biz/Info.php?i_ID=8

Have fun

Jun


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Would be interested in doing some good out door events while in Germany. I'll be there Dec 3rd for 10 days A little climbing and some paragliding. If the weather allows.


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hmmm...this post might be a bit late...i just moved to wuerzburg a week ago, so if youre still looking for a climbing partner im all about it...there is really good climbing outside of nuernburg, but you need a car to get there...the Frankisher Sweiz i believe (spelling is probably off)...im a mid level climber (5-10s, maybe struggle up a TR-ed 5-11a) and only brought my harness and shoes to Deutschland (but can mail for more gear if needed)...let me know if you still need a partner or know of anyone who does...oh, im pretty much a sport climber...little bit of trad but always with someone elso on point...no ice climbing experience (im from texas too)...let me know

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hmmm...this post might be a bit late...i just moved to wuerzburg a week ago, so if youre still looking for a climbing partner im all about it...there is really good climbing outside of nuernburg, but you need a car to get there...the Frankisher Sweiz i believe (spelling is probably off)...im a mid level climber (5-10s, maybe struggle up a TR-ed 5-11a) and only brought my harness and shoes to Deutschland (but can mail for more gear if needed)...let me know if you still need a partner or know of anyone who does...oh, im pretty much a sport climber...little bit of trad but always with someone elso on point...no ice climbing experience (im from texas too)...let me know

chris

Hi and welcome to Germany!

You're - in contrary to my poor self - in a perfect area for sport climbing. Around 4000 routes of all levels are waitng for you in mostly pefectly bolted condition. Normally all you'll need in the 'Frnkische Schweiz' (or 'Frankenjura') is a rope and some quickdraws.
To find people try posting on http://www.climbing.de. Most Germans speak a little english, many of us quite fluently. Give it a try.

Good luck!

- Daniel


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hmmm...this post might be a bit late...i just moved to wuerzburg a week ago, so if youre still looking for a climbing partner im all about it...there is really good climbing outside of nuernburg, but you need a car to get there...the Frankisher Sweiz i believe (spelling is probably off)...im a mid level climber (5-10s, maybe struggle up a TR-ed 5-11a) and only brought my harness and shoes to Deutschland (but can mail for more gear if needed)...let me know if you still need a partner or know of anyone who does...oh, im pretty much a sport climber...little bit of trad but always with someone elso on point...no ice climbing experience (im from texas too)...let me know

chris

Hi, I am in the UK now and planning to climb at frankenjura for about 3-4 weeks either in july or august (if i can find someone to climb with). if you or anybody is interested in meeting for some climbing there, please post or pm me. i am very flexible in terms of schedule, might have to be here for a few days at the end of july.

thanks,
kay


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cbattle, I PMed you about climbing. I'm still looking for people around Northern Bavaria. I'm definitely up for Frankenjura, I just have never been there and only have a vague idea about the place.


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cbattle, I PMed you about climbing. I'm still looking for people around Northern Bavaria. I'm definitely up for Frankenjura, I just have never been there and only have a vague idea about the place.

I just had a trad climbing class in the Frankenjura. There are two places I know it's cheap and nice to stay: Gasthaus zur Guten Einkehr in Morschreuth or Gasthaus Kroder in Schlaifhausen. Both are in the Northern Frankenjura (near Bayreuth/Forchheim).

Both provide a small camping area, dormitories and normal guest rooms at a good price. Kroder even has a nice crag in walking distance.

All in all it's better to have a car to change between the widespread rocks. They are all in the woods somewhere...

Have fun!

- Daniel


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Hi Eric,

I am moving to Darmstadt, Germany on September 1st and will be there until the end of December. Are you still looking for someone to climb with? I am itching to get out once I get there!

Danielle


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