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The world is a spot to climb

The world is a spot to climb

Bouldering paradise

Every bouldering climber has already dreamed about Rocklands. This isolated semi-desert area is undoubtedly famous for its world class bouldering. Let’s head to South Africa and discover this little paradise, lost in the middle of the Cederberg mountains.

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The world is a spot to climb

The tallest spire in North America

Yosemite again, but this time it’s not about weed !

You will tell me that it’s a bit ambitious to write a “climbing spot article” about Yosemite : you’re right. As this national park dwells on more than 3000 km², I had to choose one route.  Well I picked one, let’s head to one of the most spectacular summits in Yosemite : Higher Cathedral Spire.

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The world is a spot to climb

Would you challenge the cliffs of Tasmania ?

41°55’46.3″S 145°10’32.4″E  takes us to Tasmania !

Located 240 km (150 miles) from the south of the Australian mainland, Tasmania is a sanctuary for nature : more than a third of the territory of Tasmania is classified as nature reserves, national parks and UNESCO world heritage sites. Easy to find some good spots in this area ! You want to climb above the Tasman sea ? Let’s head to Trial Harbour.

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The world is a spot to climb

Krabi Rock, the place to climb in Thailand

You will now have one “climbing destination article” every week, enjoy !

Climbing destination #1

You may have already heard the name : Krabi. In Southern Thailand stands the magnificent limestone cliffs of the country. Giant stalactites, chiseled rock, faces enameled by bumps and holes, and slopes with big grips allows fabulous, unusual, and often suspended climbing. Continue Reading

The world is a spot to climb

EOCA

We are proud to talk about our partnership with EOCA. When our mission is about inspiring people to discover the great outdoors, it’s important for us to think about protecting it. Continue Reading