Where can you climb?
If you're a keen climber, you can enjoy indoor and outdoor climbing with the Wascalade association, affiliated to the Fédération Française de la Montagne et de l'Escalade. The association runs a climbing school, offers self-guided climbing at the Wasselonne sports complex and organises outings for its members to all the natural sites in the surrounding area... and beyond! The Wasselonne multi-sports complex and its artificial climbing structure are no longer its only base, and the surrounding natural sites are increasingly being explored and exploited. Their immense potential allows climbers of all levels to enjoy and progress.
Set at the foot of the Vosges mountains, the whole area has a wealth of pink sandstone cliffs to delight climbers of all abilities. From the school routes of the Rocher du Lion to some of the Kronthal routes rated 9 for the best experts, not forgetting the Kobus overlooking the Porte du Vignoble or the Mulberg rock at Wangenbourg, with its pine forests and breathtaking views of the peaks, climbing enthusiasts and amateurs alike will find a wide range of very well-equipped sites here.Watch out
Some of these cliffs are nesting sites subject to seasonal visitor regulations - please consult "nesting on the cliffs of Alsace" on facebook before planning your outing - RESPECT BIODIVERSITY!
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Available from the Wangenbourg-Engenthal Tourist Office, this top guide lists all the well-known climbing sites in and around the Bas-Rhin (Moselle). The climbing topo-guide "Sur les falaises de grès" is extremely well documented and will help you to select the site best suited to your desires! More than 2,000 routes and several dozen sites are presented in this book. For more information, please contact us on +33 3 88 87 33 50.