Specifications:Weight: 850.00gISBN: 9783956111235Author of book: Sebastian SchwertnerPublisher: Panico Alpinverlag AlpinverlagPublish Date: May 2020Language: German | French | EnglishPage size: 150mm x 185mmBinding: PaperbackNumber of pages: 560
This Fontainebleau bouldering guide has the same set up as the well known 7 + 8 and gives a complete and clear overview of the medium to difficult boulder problems of Fontainebleau.
A brilliant guide to the bouldering mecca in this french forest. Harder problems for the beasts!
Bouldering guide to the beautiful forest of fontainebleau. Provides information, maps and blocs in the area. A new guide for a new way of climbing. Which areas? Which circuits? Which boulders? What grade? OK for Children? When it's hot? After rain? Where to stay? This user friendly guide has all the answers.
This is a comprehensive guidebook covering all the sport climbing at Leonidio, the largest climbing area in mainland Greece. The guidebook also includes the additional areas of Kyparissi, Agios Petros and Agios Andreas. In total the guidebook details over 1,700 routes across 42 crags at Leonidio, plus over 300 routes across 9 crags at Kyparissi. Included in the free App that comes with the guidebook are an additional 32 crags and over 300 routes.
Margalef's new climbing guide, structured in 3 areas: Pantá de Margalef, Barranc de Sant Salvador and Poble de Margalef, with more than 40 sectors and hundreds of full-color sketches with complete descriptions of the routes.
The Panico Alpinverlag Frankenjura Band 2 Guide is the second guide in this collection and features even more sport climbing routes of this popular German destination. Together with volume 1, there are well over 1100 pages of information on the 12,600 routes in the northern Franconian Jura. Volume 2 features 6500 routes across a grade spread of grades - the guides are in German but with an English introduction and contain easy to follow topos and loads of colour photographs.
France : Languedoc-Roussillon covers the extensive and fertile climbing area west of Haute Provence. The areas covered largely surround the beautiful Parc National des Cévennes, but also includes crags that are close to the cities of Nimes and Avignon. Some areas have been climbed on for generations; others are still very much in development, all will leave you hungry for more.
A guidebook that brings to light a compilation of most of the up to now “hidden” Portuguese rock climbing potential; a big update of what has been written and further developed in the last ten years. From the western tip of Europe comes an extensive list of climbs to be enjoyed along 700km of beautiful Atlantic coastline and 200km of inland, charming landscapes.
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