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Saxon Switzerland climbing region

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Location type: Mountain
Location address: Deutschland, Sächsische Schweiz-Osterzgebirge
Number of texts: 1
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Saxon Switzerland (German: Sächsische Schweiz) is one of the best-known climbing regions in Germany. The region is largely coterminous with the natural region of the same name, Saxon Switzerland, but extends well beyond the territory of the National Park within it. It includes the western part of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains and is the oldest non-Alpine climbing region in Germany. Its birth is usually reckoned to be the first ascent in modern times of the Falkenstein in 1864 by Bad Schandau gymnasts. Currently there are over 1,100 summits with more than 17,000 climbing routes in the Saxon Switzerland area.

Linked characteristics: Outdoor, Spectacular, Dangerous, Bike unfriendly, Horseback rider unfriendly, Free of charge, Peculiar, Adventurous, Child unfriendly
Linked themes: Mountains, Sleep and tour, Nature, Eat and drink, Forest, Walk and eat, Water, School excursions, Top things to do

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