This is the definitive guidebook that details all the rock climbing and sport climbing areas within Croatia, except Paklenica. It covers 70 different crags and over 3,600 routes. The guidebook covers the rock climbing around:
1) Split and the islands of Hvar, Brac & Vis
2) Istria region, which covers the area around Pula, Rovinj & Pazin
3) Areas around Rijeka & Karlobag
4) Areas around Zagreb
5) Areas around Dubrovnik
All the routes are shown on colour photo topos, with all the routes given French grades (each pitch if appropriate) along with their length. There are; 205 routes from F3a to F4c; 599 routes between F5a and F5c+; 1376 routes between F6a and F6c+; 813 routes between F7a and F7c+; and 201 routes F8a and above. A further 188 routes are classed as projects.
At the beginning of each crag there is a description in Croatian, German, and English text, along with a good location map including the parking GPS co-ordinates, and total number of routes. Symbols are used to indicate the style of climbing to found, height of the crag, best time of the year to climb there and the orientation of the crag.
Published in July 2016 (8th Edition), this guidebook is in Croatian, German, Italian and English text. This latest edition has around 1,300 more routes than the previous edition.
Number of pages is 608.
Size is 125mm x 210mm.