Whe would like to go to your lovely country and clim (escalade)Who can help me find climbing aerea's in CZ. We are used to climb in France. With my kids I do lots of toproping. Are there climbing aereas that are already hooked? Are these aereas free
I would love to go to Czech Republic for climbing.
I hear there are some regions where sandtone walls are bolted reasonably well (near Laba).
I want to try climbing on sandstone but I am not ready to climb traditional
can anybody tell me when the Petrohrad 2007 bouldering compition-festival is. i can not find any information on the internet in english. is there a web site with information as a groupe of us would love too come from ireland. thanks you.
Since last year we are visiting Sbrsko as or main climbing area.Last year we stayed at the campsite near Karlstejn. Does anyone have a link to this campsite, a phonenumber or anything that would help us to make a reservation. On the other site of the bero
Whe would like to go to your lovely country and clim (escalade)Who can help me find climbing aerea's in CZ. We are used to climb in France. With my kids I do lots of toproping. Are there climbing aereas that are already hooked? Are these aereas free to climb? Where can I buy topo's?
Are there, besides this perfect one, more websites in English ore German?
Only one reason to goto climbing in CZ is sandstone.
But there are no climbing areas in Czecho belayed as in France. Topropeing is tough "crime". Using chalk at sandstone areas is real crime by law. Take your rope and taste the history of mediavel climbing.
True is that the sandstone is the best what Czech Republic can offer. But I would say that also some other areas deserve to visit especially if you are not a top level climber, some ofe them are excellent for summer and they all are usually in nice and pleasant setting.
Srbsko is very accesible and also good for toproping. Could be hot on sunny days. And Roviste has also plenty of nice and intersting routes.
There are tons of other areas which are more or less local, butr still deserve to visit. Try to find reference in our Guide section.
So go for it.
Thanks for your reaction. It helped me a lot. When I look at the guides you mentioned there seemes to be a difference in difficulty numbering. Can you help me is a 6 the same as in France? 5 or 6 is what we normal climb in France with our children (toproped).
The guides are in Cz and I cannot read it, but the topo says almost enough.