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Thursday's pulling on plastic day at Mountain Network Amsterdam

September 10, 2015 from 7pm to 9:30pm
Almost weekend, what better way to ease into the weekend than by some plastic pulling :-0 Get to…See More
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RAW on Monday at Klimmuur Central

September 7, 2015 from 5pm to 7:30pm
Climbing Right After Work: RAW.Quiet hall, pretty much every rope available; no rope chasing…See More
14 hours ago
Andreas Wolters might attend Daniel's event
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Sunday session @ Monk Amsterdam at Monk Amsterdam

September 6, 2015 from 2pm to 5pm
What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Come earlier, later no matter :)For those who still…See More
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Ruben Alonso joined Daniel's group
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Yogi climbers

For those who enjoy practicing YogaSee 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.

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FRI NIGHT VID: Hazel Findlay Cruises 8a/b Trad Crack - The Doors

thumb In this week's Friday Nighter we've got Hazel Findlay literally walking up The Doors at Cadareza. Grades given for this amazing line range from 7c+ to 8b, depending on hand size, crack skills and sandbagging ability.

Her hands are quite small, her crack skills are second to none and her sandbagging ability is legendary. All these things combined means that watching Hazel on this makes it look like a HVS! Believe us when we say it isn't.

VIDEO: Andy Gullsten flashes King of limbs, ~8B/+

thumb A couple of months ago, Andy Gullsten became the first to flash King of limbs, ~8B/+, at Roadside in Rocklands, South Africa. During his stay there he also did a further dozen or so problems in the 8B-8B+ range, including classics like Sky, Amandla, The Vice and Air star. On 27crags he writes:  I got some really good beta from the Norwegian crew when they worked on it. When I went for the flash try I executed the moves perfectly. It almost felt surreal. Seriously...
 

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Started by Ruud in Gear junkies. Last reply by Richard Morrison Apr 8. 2 Replies

Climbing partner wanted!

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klimbewijs

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Spaarnwoude Klimmuur

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Climbing trip in Todgha Gorge, Morroco

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

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COMPETITION – Win a pair of AKU SuperAlp GTX boots

thumb Family-owned, Italian boot-maker AKU is giving away a pair of award-winning SuperAlp GTX boots worth £200.

Le Trog: Subterranean adventure sport climbing

thumb British ex-pat John Arran describes an unusual first ascent close to his home in the Ariege, South West France...

"I now was blessed with a great view into the magnificent open cavern but cursed with no clear way of continuing the descent. The ground below was home to the cave's ample mouth, from which it was clear that a route could be made entirely inside the cave, naturally lit by the huge 'window' in which I was marooned, and finishing at the 'skylight' opening I'd just failed to find. There was no climbable way off the bridge and no possible anchor to use for another abseil."

 
 
 

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