Each year we get a decent group of skiers and boarders (over 30 last time) of all levels from complete beginners to super silly... This week is the BEST week avoiding the school holidays. Tignes - basically cos you can't beat it for price / facilities / skiing. It's an awesome resort and great apartments with free sauna, swimming pool, fitness room in the building.…See More
What better way to round off the week than a BBQ.Bring your own food and make use of the BBQ they have.Of course you can just come and enjoy a post-boulder beer, sit around the campfire and listen to the DJs.For those who still don't boulder regularly, do some research and discover that bouldering is an excellent way to improve your climbing.…See More
February 9, 2018 at 7pm to February 10, 2018 at 2am
These are always a ton of fun.Let's GLOW! The yearly event GLOW returns to our gym...WHAT TO EXPECT?- Darkness - Stuff that GLOWS- Awesome music (The hurricane)- New funky glowing routes- Party afterwards...WHAT TO BRING?- That insane outfit you can wear once a year - Your mood / good or bad- All your climbing friends / they don't want to miss this- Other stuff that glowsPROGRAM19:00 - 22:30 GLOW Climbing / DJ sets22:30 - 02:00 Party at le bar downstairsNormal entrance fee appliesSee More
What better way to celebrate a couple of public holidays than by heading down to do some proper climbing. Business as usual, drive down Fri afternoon/evening back sometime on Monday. Staying in the Refuge (see Belgium READ ME) for more info.See More
I'm not there but that's no excuse :)Kick start the WEEK, anything else would be MADNESSCome alone, come with a friend - anything goes :)Get to grips with some of the best routes in A'dam, and after let's play some pool and have a beer/tea ;) If you need help with directions this might help.…See More
September 15, 2017 at 6pm to September 17, 2017 at 9pm
Vosges du Nord is a fantastically beautiful region at the very east of France, close to the German border. The landscape is that of rolling hills with beautiful forests, which offers climbing, cycling and hiking for a lifetime. The type of rock is hard sandstone, but fully bolted for sport climbing. The climbs there are mostly single pitch climbs on beautiful sandstone towers that stick out of the forest, spread over a rather large area. A similar type of rock as the area of Pfalz, on the other…See More
I've not been all year and it's about time. We'll stay in the Refuge (Info is here) - warm beds, good beer, kitchen available :)NO previous outdoor experience is required just let me know. For all the details check out the Belgium READ ME on the FAQ page. Drive... sleep...…See More
Anyone up for climbing in Belgium? ...Hotton, Beez, Yvoir, Pont a Lesse or Freyr ... to be decided laterThe plan: to leave on Friday evening after work or Sat Morning, climb Saturday on Sunday, and come back on Sunday evening. Depending on car available and people interested, we can rent extra cars to fit everyone in (if possible). Bring some breakfast and lunch for Saturday morning - we will go to the supermarket at the end of the first day.Transport: The cost of hire cars and petrol is shared…See More
I'm looking for people (at least one person) to climb with on Tuesday evening from 8pm till 9:30pm.Please RSVP if you are coming.If no one responds, then I will not go either.See you Tuesday!SimoneSee More
I'm looking for people (at least one person) to climb with on Wednesday evening from 8pm till 9:30pm.Please RSVP if you are coming.If no one responds, then I will not go either.See you Wednesday!SimoneSee More
Hi all, I will be on a business trip in Amsterdam during the day, and I would like to try one of the gym in the evening, preferably Klimuur Centraal since it is close to the stationAnyone interested to join me for an evening climb this Wednesday?See More
To avoid granting access to spammers, tell me a little about your climbing history.
I did my beginners' course at USC Amsterdam in 2011 and my lead climbing course at Mountain Network Amsterdam in 2013. Since then I have had some injuries due to my two other passions, volleyball and snowboarding, which made me stop climbing for sometime. Now I back to it, and try to climb at least once or twice a week.
I am also looking forward to climbing outside more. I am not very experienced. So far I have climbed in Belgium, Mallorca, Poland and the US. Have not done multi pitch though, so that is my next goal. Love winter, so ice climbing is on my list too.
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The heart of our network are the Events - we often have quite a few each week. The events are very informal, just RSVP and turn up - it's a great way to meet other climbers. Of course you're free to post your own events and you don't need a partner to join in.
We have a Gear section, as an Amber member you are entitled to a 15% discount at the Mountain Network Amsterdam. You can see their products in the Gear Portal.
As you can see we have been on a fair few Trips - read all about them in Trip-Logs section.
There are also 100's of photo's and regular discussions in the forums.
Recently we have added specialised Groups which you can find under the "About Us" tag. If you practice or are just interested in the group you should join so as to be kept in the loop on those subjects. If there are groups you would like to see then just let me know.
For more information, I've created a read-me explaining a little more how the network operates.
Feel free to ask if you have any queries/doubts and I hope to see you at an event someday,