Chämiloch 450 m Climbing
The well-known sport crag at Seewen, despite the increasing noise pollution by the nearby motorway and the railway line which separates the barely thirty metre high limestone cliff into two parts, has hardly lost its attraction. This is essentially due to the ease of access, which makes the Chämiloch an ideal after-work training area. The rock is mostly of good quality and the climbing is quite varied (only realised once you try). This also shows one of the downsides of popularity; the most rewarding routes are often plastered with chalk.
The wide range of routes at all levels in Chämiloch, for both beginners and professionals, as well as children, mean its really worth a visit if you're in the area.