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Affensteine ​​und Schrammsteine is a 8.9 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Sebnitz, Saxony, Germany that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and rock climbing.

Length 8.9 mi Elevation gain 1,761 ft Route type Point to Point


Rock climbing



Partially paved




Wild flowers


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This is a tour with great views. There is a bit of climbing. Go in Bad Schandau with the tram back to Lichtenhainer waterfall. At the visitor center in Bad Schandau you can rent climbing harnesses for protection. The first part goes up to the monkey stone promenade with one crossing, in the second part it goes into a crevice it is narrow. In the column, it then goes up in a chimney 10 to 20 m and then again an Übetritt. As you continue you will go to a tight area, but the kicks are on and it is even up to roots. At the end you get out on the monkey stone promenade. Here you will turn left to the promenade long to the second part of Häntschelstiege. At the end of the gate, which adjoins the stairs of the normal trails, go towards the direction of Schrammsteine.

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Jens Weidner
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