Guidebooks for Malta
Rock climbing in Malta & Gozo was started by the British RAF in the 60's and 70's and hence has a history of British traditional rock climbing ethics (with the leader placing natural protection such as nuts and friends). During the 80's and 90's other European climbers (mainly Italian) visited the island and established many new bolted sport routes. Hence the islands offer a good mixture of sport and traditional rock climbing on good quality limestone rock. This is something that is unique in the Mediterranean and offers rock climbers the best of both worlds. The climbing ethic is to have designated sport climbing crags and keep the traditional rock climbing crags bolt free.
All of these rock climbing guidebooks for Malta are in stock (unless otherwise stated) and are dispatched within 2 working days (usually 24 hours) from the UK.
Price:£26.95This is a comprehensive guidebook covering the sport climbing found on the Maltese Islands of Malta and Gozo. This guidebook covers 21 crags, and describes over 500 fully bolted sport routes, across a wide range of grades up to F8c+. Published in 2013, all the routes are shown on colour photo topos, and it is written in English text throughout. More Information
Price:£20.00This is a selective guidebook covering some of the Mediterranean’s finest rock climbs in 7 different countries. The guidebook details 113 multi-pitch routes in Spain, France, Italy, Malta, Croatia, Greece and Turkey. The routes chosen will suit the mid-grade climber with 27 routes from F4 to F5, 52 routes from F6a+ to F6b+, and 34 routes from F6c to F7a. In total 25 different climbing areas are covered with all the routes described in great detail. Each route is shown on a colour photo topo, along with information regarding gear required, type and style of the climbing, approach and descent information. Published in 2014 and written in French and English text throughout. More Information
Price:£19.99This book covers the various rock climbing, sports climbing, bouldering and deep water soloing in France, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain and Morocco, and will help you plan your next rock climbing holiday to south western Europe. 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 December 2007 and in English text throughout. More Information