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Winter season 2018/2019
December 16, 2018 to Easter mondat April 17, 2019

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Bucsek Henrik Path – Difficulty level „C” Ideal for beginners

Currently, this is the longest hungarian via ferrata, to commemorate the big figure of local mountaineering, Henrik Bucsek. It’s the natural path of the cliff which is perpendicular tot he channel of the stream. The exciting paths take us tot he easy running ridge of the mountain.
Above the tunnel of the railway line we can reach the top of the valley through a steep wall. The downhill part is exciting and steep, with a vertical breakage at the end. This route is a real experience! During the hatching period (02.15-07.15) the top of the route cannot be climbed. The length is 350, the height difference is 100 meters, and the climbing time is about 30-60 minutes.

Ariadne’S string – Difficulty level „D/E” Ideal for advanced level climbers

This interesting route is located in a beautiful and diverse cliff environment with two Vietnamese bridges (7 and 23 m). A great climb which is not easy at all. Ignoring the built-in steps, it reaches the difficulty level E. The length is 130, the height difference is 40 meters, and the climbing time is about 30-60 minutes. The Cuha Valley Ironed Routes are managed by the Tatabánya Alpin Sport Club. The “Small Wall” which is 8-12 meter long, is almost created for the beginner courses (3-6 difficulty levels). On the “Great Wall” which is 15-20 meters tall, there are serious paths with diverse cliffs. Here the difficulty is 6-7, the roads are surprisingly technical, they provide a pleasant climbing experience. There are some difficult (7 to 9), remarkably beautiful sport-climbing roads around the hilltop. All of Cuha's rocks have been safely, densely riveted. A small team participated in the construction of the roads: László Fucskó, Attila Kovács, György Zoltai Zozó, Rodom Modor, Gábor Babcsán and Tamás Kovács. The arrangement under the walls was carried out by Bernát Babcsán (largely) and László Kemler. Two smaller walls were built with diverse paths toward the exit of the gorge. The "Black Mamba Tower" is a 16 m high, wild and rampant chamfer. Here, in Transdanubia, half a dozen artificial climbing roads (A1-A2) were built. They are partly riveted for safety, but we need to use wedges and friends to get up. This place provides a great opportunity for mastering our climbing techniques in the "techno" stage. On the right side of the Black Mamba Tower, there are also some nice sports climbing paths, including the one that the tower was named after, Black Mamba. The "Bakonyalja-wall" is a small chamfer to the exit. The ironic name suggests that this is just a small introduction to Cuha's truly beautiful ways.

SURROUNDINGS

The village of Csesznek in the High Bakony was first mentioned in the middle of the 13th century. The original slavic version of its name comes from the word „csosznek or csesznok” which may refer to fields of wild garlic surrounding the settlement. As a royal estate, and as the property of the Csák’s,it’s important in the military and economic nature of the highway between Győr and Veszprém. The castle was built after the Tatar invasion, although it fell during the Turkish occupation. In the 19th century, it was in hungarian hands again, in the possession of the Eszterházy family.

Until the settlement, it functioned as a district headquarters, and is now one of the most popular hiking places in Transdanubia.

THINGS TO SEE

The XIII. In the 19th century, the castle was built in Gothic style and is still impressive even today. It can be visited throughout the year from 9am to 7pm. More information, programs and events about the castle: www.csesznekivar.hu
One of the most beautiful and popular routes of the High Bakony, the Cuha Creek Valley is easily accessible by foot, horse and bike. Diverse forests, beech forests, oak trees, hornbills, romantic gorges and mountain streams await those who like to roam. Whether you are walking down the road or making small trips, the route is an undying experience.
The Győr - Veszprém railway line runs along the rocky cliffs of the Cuha stream. The line was handed over in 1896, the year of the millennium, and - rightly - it is called the most beautiful mountain route in Hungary. From the aesthetic and technical point of view, the most beautiful and interesting part is the few kilometers connecting Porva-Csesznek Vinya. Tunnels, valleys and the picturesque Cuha Valley can be enjoyed by the traveler. More information, timetable: www.bakonyvasut.hu
In the 18th century, the Eszterházy family got the Csesznek Castle. The 200-year-old beech tree on the eastern side of main road 82, between Csesznek and Gézaháza was declared protected in 2003.