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Guidebooks for Bulgaria

All of these rock climbing guidebooks for Bulgaria are in stock (unless otherwise stated) and are dispatched within 2 working days (usually 24 hours) from the UK.

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  1. Vratsa Rock Climbing Guidebook

    Vratsa Rock Climbing Guidebook

    Price:
    £24.95
    This is the definitive guidebook describing the rock climbing and sport climbing to be found at Vratsa, which is Bulgaria’s largest rock climbing region. Here there is a mixture of single pitch sport routes through the long multi-pitch routes up to 350m long on good quality limestone rock. These longer routes tend to be traditional routes (alpine) though most have some in-situ anchors. Published in February 2014 all the routes are shown on a combination of colour photo topos and detailed hand-drawn topos. More Information
  2. Multi-Pitch Rock Climbing in Europe Guidebook

    Multi-Pitch Rock Climbing in Europe Guidebook

    Price:
    £32.95

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    This is a guidebook describing 19 of the best multi-pitch rock climbing areas in Europe. The 19 locations described are all in great setting, and are iconic places to go climbing in Ireland, France, Spain, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Norway, Austria, Croatia, Bulgaria, and Greece. For each location there is an overall description of the style and aspect of the climbing, which coupled with personal experiences of the author and topos of iconic routes provide a great read. Published in November 2016, this book will provide great inspiration to go multi-pitch climbing in Europe, and is in English text throughout. More Information
  3. South Eastern Europe Rock Climbing Atlas

    South Eastern Europe Rock Climbing Atlas

    Price:
    £19.99
    South Eastern Europe rock climbing Atlas, which covers the rock climbing, sports climbing and bouldering crags in Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, and Slovenia and gives some excellent alternatives to the usual western European rock climbing areas. A general introduction is given to each country, with lots of photographs, maps and background information, that make you want to go and climb in these countries. Published in November 2006 and in English text throughout. More Information

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