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Mountain Network Monday at Mountain Network Amsterdam

September 5, 2016 from 7:30pm to 10pm
Kick start the week.Come alone, come with a friend - anything goes :)Get to grips with some of the…See More
3 hours ago
Maurice Hennequin is attending Daniel's event

Mountain Network Monday at Mountain Network Amsterdam

August 29, 2016 from 7pm to 9:30pm
Kick start the week.Come alone, come with a friend - anything goes :)Get to grips with some of the…See More
19 hours ago
François Mommens is attending Bruno's event

Trad climbing in Pfalz or sport in the Vosges du Nord at Pfalz, Germany or Vosges du Nord, France

September 2, 2016 at 6pm to September 4, 2016 at 9pm
After my first trip in Pfalz last Pinkstra, I would like to go again in September. Check Daniel's…See More
Profile IconCyril Peillon and Kinga are attending Daniel's event

Smokin' summer night BBQ at Monk Amsterdam

August 26, 2016 from 6pm to 11pm
What better way to round off the week than a BBQ.Bring your own food and make use of the BBQ they…See More

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Be aware:

Climbing and related sports are activities with a danger of personal injury or death.

Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks, individuals are responsible for their own actions.

Participation in any of the activities listed here is entirely at the participants own risk.

Neither Amsterdam Climbers nor it's representatives are in any way liable for accident or death resulting from any of the activities/events posted here.

It should be noted that Event organisers are not guides nor are they professional instructors, as such it is up to the individual to participate in any activity or not.

Remember you are responsible for your own safety and the safety of your climbing partners. Climbing at indoor gyms and outside on real rock both present serious risks to your safety, physical health, and life.

You have been warned.

UKC - News

IFSC Lead World Cup Arco: Report

thumb The fifth round of the IFSC Lead World Cup took place in Arco, Italy this weekend. In this historic climbing town, the round drew a large audience in sweltering temperatures. Anak Verhoeven achieved her long-awaited first World Cup win with an outstanding performance in the finals, and Romain Desgranges of France won his second ever Gold.

Dreamcatcher, 9a, in a day by Alex Megos

thumb Alex Megos has made the fourth ascent of Chris Sharma's Dreamcatcher, 9a, at Squamish, Canada. Quite unexpectedly, he made the quickest ascent to date. He did it in a day. This was the only route I knew when I came to Canada! And today I grabbed the 4th ascent of it in one day! "Dreamcatcher" 5.14d (9a)!!! Super stoked to have climbed this world class route! One of the best of all time! The route was bolted by Sharma and Sonnie Trotter in 2005 and the first ascent was made in September...

Missing Fontainbleau


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Spaarnwoude Klimmuur

Posted by Brendan Divall on November 21, 2014 at 18:12 1 Comment

Climbing trip in Todgha Gorge, Morroco

Posted by Bruno on September 22, 2014 at 20:12 1 Comment

UKC - articles

FEATURE: Finding The Right Angle

thumb Today marks the 50th anniversary of the first ascent of Right Angle HS at Gurnard's Head, Cornwall by Iain Peters and John Gerber. UKC user James Mann has submitted a fantastic photo feature and video interview to commemorate the event. We've been told that the full film has been kept secret from Iain - we hope it brings him many happy memories as he celebrates today!

Iain Peters and Right Angle; a personal perspective on West Penwith. On 26th of August 1966, Iain Peters and John Gerber set out along the West Penwith coast towards the Gurnard's Head with the intention of making the first ascent of 'the extreme to end all extremes.'

COMPETITION: Win a Sterling Velocity 60m Rope

thumb The Sterling Velocity has it all and is the most popular rope in the Evolution series, here's your chance to win one.

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