Falkenstein (Saxon Switzerland)
Information about Falkenstein (Saxon Switzerland)
Wenzelweg, Ostrau, Bad Schandau, Sächsische Schweiz-Osterzgebirge, Saxony, 01814, Germany
Description Falkenstein (Saxon Switzerland)
It is situated near the rocky Schrammsteine ridge southeast of the town of Bad Schandau.
The Falkenstein is nearly 90 m high and consists of sandstone. In the Middle Ages there were fortifications on top of the rock. Even today, the steps carved into the rock are still visible.
In 1864 the first ascent of the rock was made in modern times by gymnasts from Bad Schandau. This ascent, using the climbing route known now a
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