Kelchstein im Zittauer Gebirge
N 50° 49.988 E 014° 44.496
33U E 481803 N 5631300
Quick Description: The Kelchstein is the most beautiful rock from the Zittau Mountains
Location: Sachsen, Germany
Date Posted: 12/4/2010 11:03:02 AM
Waymark Code: WMA8RE
The Kelchstein consists of red sandstone. It has the shape of a chalice. Experenced climbers can climb the rock. The easiest route has a difficulty of VIIc (Saxonian) or VI+ (UIAA) or 6a+ (French).
Nearby the Kelchstein are many other rocks for climbing.
Some hundred meters away you find a Via Ferrata "Alpiner Grat". Climbing it, you can find the Geocache GC1HQ68.
Number of named routes: 1-10
Approximate height of the cliff: 59
Website: [Web Link]
Park Website: [Web Link]
Type of climbing: Top Rope & Lead (bolted)
Toprope Anchors: Trees
Range of difficulty: 5.10a - 5.11a
Parking Coordinates: N 50° 49.903 W 014° 44.490
Is there camping or a hotel nearby?: yes
Public Viewpoint: Not Listed
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If you're a climber, a list of what gear you used would be helpful.