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Klettersteig Oberlandsteig beim Dohlenfelsen

Wiki: Im Gebiet Konstein/Aicha gilt der Dohlenfelsen als Klassiker unter den Kletterfelsen, seine bis zu 50 Meter hohen Wände bieten 59 Touren. Einige der schweren Routen wurden während des internationalen Sportklettertreffens im Mai 1981 erstbegangen. Die bekanntesten Routen sind "Schaumrolle", "Wenzel-Gedächtnis-Weg" und der "Südgrat". Der 25 Meter hohe Turm „Madonna“ verfügt zusätzlich über 16 Routen. 1921 wurde das Ingolstädter Naturfreundehaus bei Konstein/Aicha erbaut. Des Weiteren gibt es den Klettersteig Oberlandsteig beim Dohlenfelsen.

Copyright: Stefan Huber
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9576x4788
Taken: 16/01/2011
Uploaded: 03/11/2014
Updated: 26/03/2015


Tags: deutschland; bayern; oberbayern; klettergebiet; naturpark altmühltal; urdonautal; konstein; altmühltal - panoramaweg; wellheim
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