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Rock Climbing
Location type: Rock Climbing
Location address: Deutschland, Sächsische Schweiz-Osterzgebirge
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The Teufelsturm (also Butterweckfels or Mittagstein) is a prominent rock tower and climbing rock formed of Elbe Sandstone, about forty metres high in Saxon Switzerland in East Germany. It is located east of the River Elbe on the upper edge of the valley between Schmilka and Bad Schandau in the Schrammsteinen. The Teufelsturm is also referred to as the “Symbol of Saxon Climbing”.

Linked characteristics: Sportive
Linked themes: Geology

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