The Sand Rules - Fabrizio Zampetti
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The Sand Rules

Saxon journey

An adventure among the more than 1000 towers of the Saxon Switzerland National Park discovered over 200 years ago among the dense forests very close to the Elbe river and becoming the point of reference all over the world for a unique climbing style of its kind. The Saxon rock, at the same time crumbly but incredibly compact, is defined by the German term “Sandstein”, or “sandy rock” whose rules impose the use of rather singular mobile protections, which make sandstone climbing an incredible experience.