The high rolling mountains of Germany are home to some of the best via ferrata climbing. Breathtaking alpine forests carpet the rugged mountainside, dotted with pristine lakes and sleepy villages that lie in the valleys. This cocktail of superb climbing is suitable for those with previous climbing experience. Visit in the warmer months between June and September for ideal climbing conditions.
The Republic of Germany lies in the heart of Europe, bordering Denmark to the north, Poland and Czech Republic to the east, Austria and Switzerland to the south, and France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxemburg to the west. After Russia, it is the most populous country in Europe, and its territory ranges from forested uplands and high alpine mountains to the northern lowlands and shores of the North Sea.
The south central areas and deep south of Germany where the Alps stand receive cooler weather than the rest of the country.
Visit in the warmer months between June and September for ideal climbing conditions.
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