The starting point is from the Iron Chapel / Bad Eisenkappel (555m), which takes us to the destination, where is the lookout point of the Turkish Head. It took us 2h 30 min – 3h to climb the descent. The height difference is 300m and the length of the cylinder is 800m.
The trail is defined as a protected sports climbing trail that has D / E efficiency.
It is mandatory to use a climbing belt, a self-guarding kit in helmets is also recommended for the umbilical cord to rest.
Access to the starting point:
We drive to the town of Železna Kapla / Eisenkappel, where you park with the laid-off carpenters on the left side of the Bela River.
The route opens with a beginner beginner (C) that will soon ascend vertically (C / D). This is followed by a long cross-section (C) to the left, which leads us into a forest. Then the path leads us to a short slightly overhanging track (C / D), followed by a vertical (C), which leads us into a forest. We then continue along the vertical pillar (C), followed by the most demanding part of the trail. In the overhang (D / E), cut left up, where some jumps are helpful, and then turn right. Then by the end of the ferry there are only a few short challenging places (C) the path then crosses the forest slopes and the steel line ends.
Descend along the steelworks that descends through the forest to the end of the crosswalks (view of Železna Kapla) and across the short finishing wall (bilateral) B / C. A narrow forest path leads to marked paths. This one turns left and then we walk all the way to the starting point