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Baden-Baden from Battert at dawn
Baden-Wuerttemberg

Baden-Baden is one of the most well-known cities in the black forest, mostly because of the spa. Almost as well-known among climbers are the Battert rocks high above - not so much because of difficult climbs (there are little) but because of their tradition.

Wilhelm Paulcke started to ascend the first routes in 1885. Since then quite a few climbers that got famous later started their career there: Martin Schliessler, Walter Stößer, Reinhard Karl, Bernd Kullmann and others.

Copyright: Erik krause
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Uploaded: 21/10/2012
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Tags: baden-baden; battert; rocks; sunset; dawn; climbing; outdoor; black forest
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