The Climbing without Frontiers guidebook covers the sport climbing in southwest Slovenia (including Osp), Trieste in Italy and Istria in Croatia. In total there are 31 different crags and in excess of 2,800 routes to choose from, across a wide range of grades that will suit climbers of all abilities. Some of the main crags covered in this guidebook are; Osp, Misja Pec, & Crni Kal in Slovenia; Napoleonica & Val Rosandra in Trieste, Italy; and Limski kanal, Dvigrad & Rovinj in Croatia.
All the routes are shown on a mixture of colour photo topos and clear topo diagrams along with the route length. 8 crags are described around Trieste, 3 in Slovenia, and 20 crags in the northern Croatian region of Istria.
At the start of each crag there is a good description giving a general overview of the crag (in Slovenian, Croatian, Italian, German and English text) and a crag location map. Symbols then indicate approach time from the car park, number of routes, orientation of the crag, style of climbing, suitability for families and GSP co-ordinates for the parking.
Published by Sidarta in August 2016 this guidebook is in Slovenian, Croatian, Italian, German and English text throughout. A detailed crag planner at the end of the book details the total number of routes across various grade bands for each crag.
Number of pages is 400.
Size is 152mm x 240mm.