Rough-grain granite bouldering on foothills of Jizerké hory. Terrain is usually family friendly with nice beech forest. However landings are in most cases good, at least one crash pad is recommended. Height of boulders vary from 2 to 4 metres, majority of boulders are between 2 and 3 metres. Despite the boulders are not very high, top-outs are usually tricky as in most cases top arete is rounded without sharp edge. Material of boulders is rough grain granite, beware of potential chipping of crystals when used as footholds. Use of thicker pants recommended in order to protect legs.
Majority of stones are in forest, but granite dries quickly so it is possible to climb 2 hours after rain.
Rest day activities - mountain bike - Singltrek pod Smrkem is one of the largest area in CZ. Bikes can be borrowed for reasonable price (reservation in advance needed). Hiking on peaks of Jizerske hory can be perfect program as well. Lázně libverda is spa resort with various wellness services, promenade and cafés.
Routes where FA is already done has been cleaned and ready for crushing. Other routes waiting for cleaning and FA. In such case the grade is drafted only and once FA is done let me know via 27crags final grade.

Hejnický hřeben

Climbing has been limited!

Approach by car to Lázně Libverda, parking places are marked in the map. The area is tourist friendly and parking has enough capacity. The area is extended and covers whole Hejnický hřeben. Access to the boulders is good using trails of Singltrek pod Smrkem and tourist paths. Average time from the parking place to the nearest boulders is around 10 minutes walking. Trails are marked on the map.

Climbing in Jizerske hory is regulated by order no.200/1999 and consequently OOP no. 4/2021.

Important is that there are two types of area within Jizerske hory where climbing is limited.

1) Area (highlighted in red in attached map) where climbing is fully prohibited (you cannot leave marked paths and trails) except directly named traditional crags. List of crags where climbing is allowed is in annex of OOP no.4/2021.
2) Area (highlighted in pink in attached map) where climbing (according definition stated hereinafter ) is allowed on any rock objects.
3) In other areas only general restrictions of nature protection rules has to be adhered.

Within the regulations mentioned hereinbefore for areas 1) and 2) by climbing is understood only sport climbing with optional use of fixed or temporary belaying points. Chalk is allowed from grade VIIIB of Jizerska classification scale (approximately relates to 6C+/7A Fb. class. – check the attached chart).
Bouldering according following definition is not allowed neither in area 2) (where you can outside of marked paths and trails). Bouldering for purpose of OOP no.4/2021 is defined as a climbing on rocks with lower height with use of bouldering pad / crash pad for safety purposes. Purely sport aspect of climbing is accented in relatively safe conditions, climber aims for most difficult ascent from sport physical point of view.