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Enjoy stunning views and a great variety of rocks in some of Germany's best rock climbing locations!

From the amazing limestone crags of the Franconian Jura to the spectacular routes of Allgaü and the volcanic rock towers of the breathtaking Black Forest, or the Oberreintal Valley, Germany offers thrilling rock climbing options for everyone!

Rock Climbing in Germany

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FAQs: Rock Climbing in Germany

What should I know about Rock Climbing Germany?

Germany is located in the north of central Europe, bordering France, Switzerland, Austria, Luxembourg, and Czechia in the south, and Denmark, Poland, the Netherlands, and Belgium in the north. The country has many different regional landscapes. Berlin, the capital city, is a vibrant cultural hub with many interesting museums and notable historical sites, and an interesting artistic and culinary scene, with influences from all over the world.

Rock climbing in Germany is mostly centered in the south along the Alps ranges. The wide variety of rock types and climbing routes, as well as the easy access that it offers, make it a prime rock climbing destination in Europe.

Why should I choose Germany for my Rock Climbing adventure?


Located in northern Bavaria, this rock climbing haven boasts over 1,000 crags, and the fresh breeze of the forests.


Located in south Germany, Allgäu is a top location for rock climbing and bouldering and has over 1,000 sports routes and a variety of rock including limestone, conglomerate and sandstone.


Also known as the black forest, Schwarzwald is an amazing rock climbing location with big walls, fissures, dihedrals, chimneys and more!

What can I expect from the weather in Germany?

During the late spring, summer and early autumn, average daily temperatures range from 15ºC to 22ºC. Rain is not infrequent throughout the year, but there are usually plenty of sunny and clear days as well.

Which language is predominantly spoken in Germany?


What currency is accepted in Germany?

Euro (EUR)

How can I get to Germany?

The main international airport is in Frankfurt, followed by Munich and Düsseldorf. Frankfurt’s airport also has its own major train station for onward connections. Germany is very well linked to the rest of Europe with excellent road, rail and bus connections.

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What’s the high season for Rock Climbing in Germany?

May to October. Many of the crags are shaded in woods, so summer is also a good time to climb.

What people are saying about Rock Climbing | Germany



The guide Bernd was terrific - very knowledgable, experienced and patient with our group of beginners. Even when the weather turned to the worse, he kept finding ways to make it enjoyable, safe and interesting for all of us. We had a great time. Communication with him prior to the trip was also very clear and easy. Highly recommended!

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