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Monday/Thursday Climbing at Mountain Network

Hi everyone,I am looking for partners with whom I can climb at Mountain Network on Monday/Thursday.…See More
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Omer is now friends with Pavel and Regina Thie
yesterday
Sandeep Vadalkar is now friends with Pieter and Swapnil Singh
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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.

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Moksha, 9a, by Meignan (18) and Deflaugergues (19)

thumb Hugo Meignan (18) and Geoffray Deflaugergues (19) have both repeated Gérôme Pouvreau's Moksha, 9a, at Pic St. Loup, France. For Hugo it was the first of the grade while Geoffray climbed his first 9a years ago aged 13. After one year off, he seems to have returned to some kind of form... Both of them also repeated Helix au pays des merveilles, 8c+, in the same sector. Hugo told Planet Grimpe the route has two bouldery passages separated by some resistance climbing and a couple of rests and...

First All-Female Nepalese Team Summits K2

thumb A team of three Nepalese women have summited the second highest mountain in the world, climbing K2 (8611 meters) at 3:35 p.m. on July 26.

The expedition, which consisted of Maya Sherpa, Pasang Lhamu Sherpa and Dawa Yangzum Sherpa, was the first female Nepalese team to summit K2.

 

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thumb Gaz Leah is a Brit living in New York, and has released a guidebook to bouldering in the Big Apple.

Here he talks about his quest to find real rock in the concrete jungle, discovering the secrets of New York bouldering, and getting to grips with his first ever guidebook project...

 
 
 

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