Climbing guide - Schrammsteine - Schmilka area
The first volume in the series of climbing guides Sächsische Schweiz from the mountain publisher Rölke includes descriptions of the Schrammsteine and the Schmilka area.
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In March 2012, 10 years after the last edition, a new and updated edition of the climbing guide Schrammsteine / Schmilkaer Gebiet (Hintere Sächsische Schweiz) was published by Bergverlag Rölke. All recognized climbing peaks and routes as well as their development history are completely and accurately recorded. Many new routes have been added to the revised climbing guide. All 26 ascent sketches, on which a total of 100 peaks are recorded, and the six site plans have been updated. The summit access paths entered in the site plans have been coordinated with the National Park Administration. Also new are the 15 topos, e.g. of the Escape Wall, Lola Tower and Loan Wall, Meurerturm, Schwarzes Horn and Wentzelwand.
The climbing guidebook Schrammsteine - Schmilka area belongs to the six-part climbing guidebook series, which is a standard work for climbing in Saxon Switzerland.
Information about the villages in the climbing area Schrammsteine can be found here
|Info's||Climbing guide has 416 pages, 6 maps, 26 climbing sketches, 15 topos|
|Format||120 x 160 mm; flexible plastic binding|
|Publisher||Berg- und Naturverlag P. Rölke Dresden|
|General editorial office||Dietmar Heinicke|
|Autoren||Joachim Friedrich, Christian Glaser, Falk Heinicke, Michael Scharnweber, Frank Seifert|
Explanation of the signs on the maps
Notes on the accessibility of paths in the National Park and on the symbols for closures in the maps
Abbreviations, abbreviated signs, symbols
Directory of accident assistance points
Directory of site plans, ascent sketches and topos
Standard climbing bans in Saxon Switzerland
Basis are the plans and sketches of Helmut Paul from 1990
Updating and content editing of the ascent sketches was done in 1999 and 2012 by the authors
Technical editing in 1999 by Karin Rölke and Dr. Peter Rölke. Peter Rölke and in 2012 by Annett Rölke
Updating / editing of the site plans in 2012 by Alfred Rölke
Sketches of the Müllerstein, Klimmerstein and Falknertürme: taken and drawn by Alfred Rölke.