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Xtra 11 December 2006 - 18:30:00 Posted by Freak      

Rock Climbing Atlas: road trip essential

Well, if you climbed all routes in the surrounding, if you are willing to explore new climbing destinations and you are extremely greedy for new rock, here we go with a solution!


» get them at RockClimbingAtlas.com

Rock climbing atlas greece middle east


Rock climbing atlas south eastern europe


» get them at RockClimbingAtlas.com


The Rock Climbing Atlases are comprehensive guides to the best rock climbing areas of the world!
They will help you on planning your next OUT-OF-THE-MAINSTREAM road trip!

Why this guidebook are something different?!?
Let's get a bit of inspiration!

Alexander Huber
"Welcome to the hard world!
Climbing is hard. Hard rock, hard routes, hard moves, hard training... but not all about climbing is just hard. Climbing is a lifestyle and most of us dedicate all their energy into it! Over all the years climbing I visited countries all over the world and that is defi nitely one of the real great aspects about climbing - you can fi nd rock in almost every country.
And for me climbing is the best way to travel!
The countries described in this edition of the Rock Climbing Atlas have their own, unique character - life, culture, traditions - and that gives these countries its fascination. Plus... there is tons of fi rst class rock!
Go there and check it out. There is no way that you would come back disappointed!
Great days out there and enjoy climbing!"

Richard Simpson
"Even though we have some great crags in the UK, I'd rather climb overseas, especially at those places where the sun is always shining and the chances of rainy days are small. I think this Rock Climbing Atlas is a great source of information when deciding where to go climbing next, there are so many great places described here that I'm certain
it would be a tough decision.
No matter what you decide, I'm sure you'll have a great time.
Climb on!"

Kilian Fischhuber
"The Rock Climbing Atlas, let it be your guide! This book can be a real friend to you in a countrymany of us have never been to. It will help you fi nding the crags and let you choose yourfavourite style of climbing but also it will give you accurate information about the area and thecountry itself. Especially in far away placeswhere the customs are different from your homeit will provide you with useful tips and when thetime hangs heavy then the Rock Climbing Atlaswill come up with an idea to sweeten your stay.
During my travels I always relied on guide books and therefore I can highly recommend the use of the Rock Climbing Atlas.
Have fun with it!"

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