Rock Climbing in Dresden
The climbing in the Dresden, Germany area has not followed the flashy modern ways of most other climbing venues. Rock climbing in Bielatal is like warping back in time and landing in the days when climbers climbed barefoot, wore Swami belts, and used slings for protecting routes – literally. No chalk, no bolts, no top-roping, no nuts, no cams.
While modern climbing harnesses and shoes are now common sights in Bielatal, you might be chased out of the woods if you're seen using the aformentioned items. Part tradition and part protecting the soft sandstone, the modern metal climbing gear found hanging on people's harnesses in every crag in America is not allowed in Beilatal. Watching the locals climbing with just a rack of slings and biners is a humbling experience. Several sandstone towers reach above a forested ridge a few kilometers from the Czech Republic.
Boulderspot in Dresden! A large playground full of tricky movement puzzles and relentlessly hard movements - ideal for exhausting , relaxing and balancing . Whether just before work, in the evening or all day: Play! In the children 's hall , the offspring are given their own independent playing field, so that bouldering, unusual climbing routes can be mastered and movement fantasies can be enriched far away from long distance trains and falling adults. We also offer various courses on bouldering.
In Dresden's largest climbing hall and bouldering facility we offer 3,200 square meters of climbing area with routes ranging from 1 to 10 (UIAA scale), a wall height of 18 meters and a possible route length of up to 35 meters. In our independent boulder hall you can boulder on 900m² after heartache. With more than 20 years of experience and the newly built climbing wall area we offer a climbing facility at the highest level.