I highly recommend the "Wild Hell". It is surprising that at the beginning of the gorge there is no indication of the difficulty. Without appropriate footwear nothing works here and for beginners it is already an experience. Incidentally, rather up than down!
May 7, 2016
Nothing for unsportsmanlike. The up and down are sometimes very difficult. With the foot in the wrong place that can sometimes go wrong. Be sure to prepare well and bring enough time. For children and the elderly we can not recommend this. It would also be good if you umchten to hedge a harness. Good physical condition is mandatory here. Many ladders and many steps in the 90 degree angle. In the colder months you have to fight with icing. Caution is the highest bid here.
The view is of course outstanding.
January 1, 2017
For me one of the most beautiful gorges. It should be noted: In heavy rain, even if it is just a short strong showers, this way quickly becomes a torrent and the mossy rocks turn into soft soap. In the descent, this path is quite arduous, because of the large step heights, it's r children with their short legs quickly borderline. Ascension is easier to handle. Adventurous and wildly romantic route and fortunately not yet provided with iron, ladders and stairs, as usual over all in the Saxon Switzerland.
August 22, 2017
Beautiful route. However, the Wild Hell was frozen. About rock frozen with water is not recommended to anyone without appropriate equipment.
We then had to take another route.
The rest can be mastered even in the dead of winter. (With us minus 10 to minus 4 degrees)
March 2, 2018
Great climb to the Schrammsteinen (marked as "difficult", but as a healthy person easily feasible). We are up with dog, the mostly everything alone (ie stairs, stairs and the like) could. There is only one key point where the dog must either be big enough to make a jump or small enough to carry it ... for humans there is a small metal ladder (no stairs!).
April 9, 2018
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