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Alexander Áron climbing Rocky (F6b) at Hejce crag in Hungary

Slovakia rock climbing photographs

The photograph shows Alexander Áron climbing Rocky (F6b) at Hejce crag in Hungary.

The photograph was taken by Peter Šimkanin who wrote the Eastern Slovakia Rock Climbing Guidebook. Buy this guidebook from our shop.

While the andesite climbing area of Hejce is situated in Hungary, it has been a frequently sought destination of Slovak climbers because of its close proximity to Košice and its good quality routes. You can find low and medium difficulty routes there, up to 25 m long.

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Eastern Slovakia Rock Climbing Guidebook

The Eastern Slovakia Rock Climbing Guidebook details the crags around Kosice, Presov and Poprad in Eastern Slovakia.  It details over 1,200 routes across a wide range of grades.  Buy this guidebook from our shop.

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Click on the thumbnail images above to view a larger photograph showing the excellent rock climbing to be found in Eastern Slovakia.
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Return to rock climbing in Eastern Slovakia.

Eastern Slovakia Rock Climbing Guidebook

The Eastern Slovakia Rock Climbing Guidebook details the crags around Kosice, Presov and Poprad in Eastern Slovakia.  It details over 1,200 routes across a wide range of grades.  Buy this guidebook from our shop.