Reiseführer für Deutschland

Germany’s premiere and best rock climbing area is undoubtedly Frankenjura. Frankenjura is located in a rural area of northern Bavaria, between the cities of Bamberg, Bayreuth and Nuremberg. At Frankenjura there are in excess of 10,000 routes on approximately 1,000 excellent white and grey limestone crags. The style here is mainly single pitch sport climbing on finger pockets across a wide range of grades. The best time to climb is late spring and autumn, but as many of the crags either face north or are shaded in woods, then summer is also an excellent time to climb. All of these rock climbing guidebooks for Germany are in stock (unless otherwise stated) and are dispatched within 2 working days (usually 24 hours) from the UK.

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  1. Frankenjura Band 1 Rock Climbing Guidebook

    Führer für die Frankenjura Band 1

    Price:
    31,95 £
    This is a comprehensive guidebook covering the northern part of Frankenjura (Band 1), which is the largest rock climbing area in Germany, between the cities of Nuremberg, Bamberg and Bayreuth. Published in 2018, the guidebook describes many 1,000s of routes that are shown on colour topos along with a description. More Information
  2. Frankenjura Band 2 Rock Climbing Guidebook

    Führer für die Frankenjura Band 2

    Price:
    31,95 £
    This is a comprehensive guidebook covering the southern part of Frankenjura (Band 2), which is the largest rock climbing area in Germany, between the cities of Nuremberg, Bamberg and Bayreuth. Published in 2018, the guidebook describes many 1,000s of routes that are shown on colour topos along with a description. More Information
  3. Multi-Pitch Rock Climbing in Europe Guidebook

    Multi-Pitch Rock Climbing in Europe Guidebook

    Price:
    32,95 £
    This coffee table style guidebook describes describing 19 of the best multi-pitch rock climbing areas in Europe. The 19 locations described are all in great setting, and are iconic places to go climbing in Ireland, France, Spain, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Norway, Austria, Croatia, Bulgaria, and Greece. For each location there is an overall description of the style and aspect of the climbing, which coupled with personal experiences of the author and topos of iconic routes provide a great read. Published in November 2016, this book will provide great inspiration to go multi-pitch climbing in Europe, and is in English text throughout. More Information
  4. Harz Block Guidebook

    Führer für die Harz Bloc

    Price:
    30,95 £
    This is a comprehensive bouldering guidebook for the Harz region in northern Germany, located just to the southeast of Hanover. The guidebook is split into 6 areas with the bouldering on a mixture of granite and sandstone rock. In total over 1,900 boulder problems are described that are all shown on photo topos. In additional there is a boulder map for each sector. Published in 2016 (3rd edition), this guidebook is in German and English text throughout. More Information
  5. Frankenjura Band 2 Rock Climbing Guidebook - 2016 Edition

    Frankenjura Band 2 Rock Climbing Guidebook - 2016 Edition

    Price:

    Regulärer Preis: 29,95 £

    Sonderpreis: 19,95 £

    This is a comprehensive guidebook covering the southern part of Frankenjura (Band 2), which is the largest rock climbing area in Germany, between the cities of Nuremberg, Bamberg and Bayreuth. Published in June 2016, the guidebook describes many 1,000s of routes that are shown on colour topos along with a description. More Information
  6. Pfalz Rock Climbing Guidebook

    Führer für die Pfalz

    Price:
    38,95 £
    This is the definitive guidebook for the rock climbing at Pfalz that is famous for its red sandstone towers and impressive cliffs. This area is situated between Stuttgart and the French border in Western Germany. The climbing is based around the towns of Annweiler, Hauenstein, Dahn, and Munchweiler. Published in April 2019, all the routes are shown on colour topos along with a brief description, including how many rings are on the route, and if there are any abseil rings at the top of the route. More Information
  7. Plaisir Elbsandstein Rock Climbing Guidebook

    Führer für die Plaisir Elbsandstein

    Price:
    32,95 £
    This is a selective guidebook covering more than 300 of the most popular routes, mainly up to around F6b in the Elbe sandstone area near Dresden. It covers the Bielatal, Tafelberge, Rathen, Schrammsteine, and Falkenstein areas around the town of Bad Schandau. Published in May 2019, all the routes are shown on colour topos along with a brief description, with the number of rings shown on the topos. More Information
  8. Franken 1 Rock Climbing Guidebook

    Franken 1 Rock Climbing Guidebook

    Price:
    31,99 £
    This is a comprehensive guidebook covering the northern half of the Frankenjura rock climbing area between the cities of Bamberg and Bayreuth. 17 major climbing areas are covered, detailing 435 crags and over 5,100 routes. This is the 2nd edition of this guidebook that has totally been rivised and includes over 1,000 new routes. Published in May 2011, all the routes are shown on detailed topos, and is written in German and English text throughout. More Information
  9. Franken 2 Rock Climbing Guidebook

    Franken 2 Rock Climbing Guidebook

    Price:
    31,99 £
    This is a comprehensive guidebook covering the southern half of the Frankenjura rock climbing area to the east of Nuremburg. 17 major climbing areas are covered, detailing more than 350 crags and over 5,500 routes. This is the 2nd edition of this guidebook that has totally been rivised and includes over 1,000 new routes. Published in July 2010, all the routes are shown on detailed topos, and is written in German and English text throughout. More Information
  10. Blautal Rock Climbing Guidebook

    Blautal Rock Climbing Guidebook

    Price:
    20,99 £
    This is a comprehensive guidebook covering the sport climbing along the river Blau. The climbing is located just west of the city of Ulm and south of Stuttgart. The guidebook describes 31 limestone crags and almost 650 routes. All the routes are single pitch sport routes across a wide range of grades, from UIAA grades 2 to 10 (French 2 to 8b). Published in May 2013, all the routes are shown on detailed topos. More Information

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