Bouldering wall E4 in Nuremberg
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Bouldering wall E4 in Nuremberg

Indoor
Workout Opportunity
rest stop
all-season

Fancy dangling off a wall? With an area of 2,000 square metres, E4 in Nuremberg is one of the largest bouldering walls in Europe, and a place where you can push your limits in a safe and fun way.

If you think you can simply climb away when you're at indoor climbing wall "E4", then you probably won't get very far. Climbing in the 3,000 square metre hall requires a degree of strategy. As well as strength and agility, you need mental energy and concentration in order to choose the correct grip. At E4 – not far from the Nuremberg "Dutzendteich" lake – there are interesting routes up to 4.5 metres high, large overhangs and fun corner routes. So that you don't get bored, 50 routes of varying levels of difficulty are changed every Thursday. For beginners, there are free introductory courses on Thursdays. Even though the main focus is on bouldering, E4 also has top rope climbing routes and offers different yoga classes, such as a Acroyoga. There is also a bistro, which sells Franconian beer, pizzas fresh from the oven, snacks and cake to refuel you for the next overhang. And the perfect warm-up before you begin climbing is the walk to E4. The wall is approximately half an hour south of Nuremberg main station. However, if you'd rather save your strength for the climbing, just hop on board tram number 7 from the main station to the fifth stop: "Tristanstraße". From there it's just a four-minute walk to E4.

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Arrival
Bouldering wall E4
Allersberger Straße 185e
90461 Nuremberg
Next station
Nürnberg Hbf (Nuremberg main station)

Our tip: Please make sure to check your train connection and the expected capacity before you start your journey.

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