But the rock is also home to eagle owls, goshawks, crag martins and peregrine falcons. Likewise, roe deer, chamois, ibex or ptarmigan find refuge in the rock or on the approaches and descents. The expansion of climbing areas by new routes constantly reduces the possible habitats for these rare species.
Therefore our request: Respect your borders and with it also the original home of endangered species.
• deliberately avoid routes in breeding areas of rare bird species in the period from March to June.
• do not drill new routes in rock faces.
• avoid the twilight hours in the morning or evening and thus do not disturb the wild animals when they are feeding.
• observe animals only from a distance.
• doe not leave waste in nature.
More informations about safe climbing in the hall and on the rock under: