The Rahm-Hanke (often also Rahmhanke) is designated as climbing access way in 230 - 250 m height ü. NN, which runs below the bastion between Tiedge stone (also Rosenbettfels) and Wartturm. It requires absolute freedom from giddiness and surefootedness.
December 2, 2018
For me the most beautiful staircase in Saxon Switzerland.
But be careful! There are no iron clips or safety ropes.
The Rahmhanke is not a via ferrata but a mountain tour with climbing passages. A head for heights, surefootedness and climbing are prerequisites here!
The Rahmhanke is a narrow rock path on a band below the bastion. It is a hike with climbing points up to 3-always along the Elbe and great views.
February 9, 2020
This is not a hiking trail, but a path used by climbers to get to the rocks. The ledge is narrow and partially interrupted, so that you have to climb. Anyone who slips falls 30 m into the depth. Please stay on the hiking trails! The inspection is only permitted as an approach to climbing.
November 18, 2020
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