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Guidebooks for Slovenia

Rock climbing and mountaineering are popular activities within Slovenia, and as such offers some imposing rock climbing areas. Slovenia is fast becoming a popular holiday destination, with its fantastic scenery and culture. Hence the rock climbing areas of Slovenia are perfect for; those who wish to combine climbing as part of their holiday; or those who wish to climb solidly for a week or two.

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

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  1. Climbing without Frontiers Rock Climbing Guidebook (Trieste, Osp and Istria)

    Climbing without Frontiers Rock Climbing Guidebook (Trieste, Osp and Istria)

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    £27.99
    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 and 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. Published in August 2016 this guidebook is in Slovenian, Croatian, Italian, German and English text throughout. More Information
  2. Popular Climbing Routes in Slovenia Guidebook

    Popular Climbing Routes in Slovenia Guidebook

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    £26.95
    This is a selective guidebook describing the very best long mountaineering climbing routes in the Slovenian Mountains. The guidebook describes 2 main areas these being The Julian Alps and The Kamnik-Savinja Alps. In total 101 routes are described covering some of Slovenia’s highest mountains such as Jalovec and Travnik. For each of the 101 routes described there is a full route description, route length and expected duration, descent information, and detailed topos. This information is spread over an average of 4 pages. Published in September 2014 this guidebook is in English text, throughout. More Information
  3. Slovenia Sport Climbing Guidebook - Slovenija Sportnoplezalni Vodnik

    Slovenia Sport Climbing Guidebook - Slovenija Sportnoplezalni Vodnik

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    £27.95

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    This is the definitive guidebook that covers all the sport climbing and rock climbing in Slovenia, called Slovenija - Sportnoplezalni vodnik. Updated from the previous 2012 guidebook it now includes 93 separate rock climbing areas and details over 4,500 routes, including all the crags around Bled, Bohinj, Ljubljana, Osp, Celje and Kotecnik. Published in July 2015, this guidebook is in Slovenian, Italian, German and English text. More Information
  4. Sul Confine – Rock Climbing Guidebook for northeast Italy and Slovenia

    Sul Confine – Rock Climbing Guidebook for Northeast Italy and Slovenia

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    £28.95
    Sul Confine is a comprehensive guidebook covering the rock climbing areas around the Italian and Slovenian border. In the northeast Italian region of Friuli-Venezia Giulias, this includes crags near Trieste, Pordenone, and to the north of Udine. In Slovenia the excellent crags of Osp, Misja Pec and Crni Kal are included. Published in September 2013 the guidebook is in English and Italian text throughout. More Information
  5. South Eastern Europe Rock Climbing Atlas

    South Eastern Europe Rock Climbing Atlas

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    £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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