Riglos Vertical Guidebook

March 23, 2018

Riglos is a picturesque village in the foothills of the Pyrenees Mountains near Huesca, in northeast Spain.  Riglos is famous for its orange conglomerate pillars of rock rising up to 300m high.   The photograph opposite shows the main cliffs of Riglos, with the broad pillar of El Pison in the foreground. Riglos is all about […]

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Peak Limestone South Guidebook

March 11, 2018

The Peak District is the most popular climbing area in the UK with many thousands of routes across a wide range of climbing styles.  A new definitive guidebook for the southern limestone crags has just been published centred around Matlock.  Called Peak Limestone South, it describes all the trad climbing and sport climbing as well […]

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Sport climbing in Margalef guidebook

February 12, 2018

Margalef is the second largest climbing area in the Sierra de Prades Mountains (also known as the Costa Daurada climbing area) that are close to the towns of Reus and Tarragona in southern Catalunya. The type of rock found at Margalef is conglomerate, and the style of climbing is all about pockets, with an abundance […]

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Rock Climbs in Annecy Guidebook

January 3, 2018

Climb Europe wishes all of our customers a happy New Year.  January is always a good month to plan your holidays and adventures for the year ahead. The French Alps is always a popular climbing destination, with most climbers heading for Chamonix.  For those who wish to escape the crowds of Chamonix but still experience […]

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Rock around the World Guidebook

December 6, 2017

Christmas is always a good excuse to buy yourself a present; one that will inspire you to dream of big routes in great locations around the world. Sounds good? Then the Rock around the World Guidebook is for you. It describes 180 multi-pitch routes (both sport and trad) in 7 different areas around the world, […]

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Portugal Rock Climbing Guidebook

October 9, 2017

A new Portugal rock climbing guidebook has just been published, the first for over 10 years, that provides a huge update on all the new developments during this time and describes the best places for climbing in Portugal. There are many excellent places to go climbing in Portugal and the following areas are some of […]

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New Tarragona Climbs Guidebook

September 18, 2017

The 2nd edition of the Tarragona Climbs Guidebook has recently been published. It covers selected sport routes in the Sierra de Prades Mountains that are widely regarded as some of the finest single pitch sport routes in Europe. The Sierra de Prades Mountains rise sharply behind the coastal city of Tarragona, located to the south […]

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North Wales Bouldering Guidebook

August 22, 2017

A new North Wales bouldering guidebook has just been published. It has been 13 years since the 1st edition and in that time the number of high quality areas has grown hugely. North Wales offers a greater depth and variety of bouldering that can’t be found anywhere else in the UK. It is also possible […]

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Slovenia Sport Climbing Guidebook

July 10, 2017

As well as being an excellent holiday destination with fantastic scenery and culture, Slovenia is also a great place for rock climbing and mountaineering. There are around 5,000 sport routes in Slovenia spread across 95 different crags.  These routes are generally well bolted and there is a good spread of grades, meaning there is something […]

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Finale Ligure Sport Climbing Guidebook

June 19, 2017

The white limestone cliffs of Finale Ligure offer diverse, fantastic sport climbing of great quality and character. The rock climbing is situated in a succession of valleys in the hills behind the town of Finale Ligure with the crags emerging from wild and deep green vegetation. The main climbing style found at Finale is on […]

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