Clim­bing area Chal­co­fo / Pärüü­lu, St. Ger­man

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The clim­bing area was deve­lo­ped in the sum­mer of 2013 by the Alpi­ne School Bietsch­horn, Aus­ser­berg.
The­re are 19 rou­tes bet­ween 6 and 16 meters, which each are equip­ped with many bolts and that are lar­ge­ly kept in Plai­sir style.
Due to the sou­thwest expo­sure and the dry loca­ti­on, it can be clim­bed all year round. In sum­mer it gets very hot the­re in the after­noon.
The rou­tes are ver­ti­cal to over­han­ging.

The clim­bing area is loca­ted on pri­va­te grounds whe­re clim­bers are tole­ra­ted until fur­ther noti­ce.
Plea­se fol­low the descri­bed path and behave accord­in­gly.

Approach St. Ger­man (12min):
1) From the lar­ge car park in St. Ger­man / Bus­s­top fol­low the hiking trail in the direc­tion of Aus­ser­berg. After the gor­ge (after about 5 min. march), a path leads off to the right at the first left turn.
2) Fol­low this trail 40m down to the water pipe­line. Turn left and fol­low the water stream for about 5 minu­tes; on the left the rocks in the mea­dow beco­me visi­ble. Con­ti­nue to go (up to the level of the deepest wall sec­tion) and gent­ly cross the fence at the point whe­re the water pipes are brid­ged by a lar­ge rock pla­te.
Approach Aus­ser­berg (22 min):
1) From the train sta­ti­on in Aus­ser­berg (public trans­port) or the car park below the rail­way under­pass tun­nel of Aus­ser­berg (next to the clim­bing area Wolfs­blat­te) fol­low the trail towards St. Ger­man. After about 15 minu­tes, you walk past a small cha­pel and about 50 meters past an old house. After the barn, the path turns right into a ravi­ne. In this right turn, you go to the left on a trail track. This trail goes 40m down to the water pipe­line. Turn left and fol­low the water for about 5 minu­tes; on the left the rocks in the mea­dow beco­me visi­ble. Con­ti­nue to go (up to the level of the deepest wall sec­tion) and gent­ly cross the fence at the point whe­re the water pipe­lines are brid­ged by a lar­ge rock pla­te.

Topo from the clim­bing gui­de Wiwan­ni 2020
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