Yes, it's that time of year again - time for a bit of TRADition!The Traditional Ambers Christmas party...Each year we set aside our differences and join together to raise a glass to give thanks for another successful year of getting high and look forward to the coming year when we try to get even higher.…See More
A second chance to see the REEL ROCK 9 movies... Doors open at 6, film starts at 10.The REEL ROCK Tour is the largest climbing event in the world. Sender Films and Big UP Productions are bringing audiences a mind-blowing, palm-sweating pump-fest of climbing flicks for the next annual REEL ROCK Film Tour. Check out www.reelrocktour.com…See More
What better way to round off the week than a BBQ... Bring your own food and make use of the fab BBQ they have.Here's what they sayOr 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
Those of us with School age kids have just a single week to get out there and enjoy the slopes.This is during the Krokusvakantie. Val Thorens is super child friendly with tonnes to do for all ages. The apartment building is on the piste with free access to a sauna.Six glorious days skiing and boarding - who can say no.Where.Val…See More
It's NEVER too early to think about winter sport :-)So once again, lets get going - this week is the BEST week to avoid those pesky school holidays. Just this week there are NO school vacations throughout Europe.We had over 30 people last year in Tignes in an awesome apartment building and I am dead keen to go back.…See More
Lets brings female climbers together to go tougher and get inspired by one another!*First edition at the Klimhal (Sloterdijk)* >> join the event on facebook and invite your (female) climbing friends https://www.facebook.com/events/253404521529941/?fref=tsThere is a lot of options for climbing and bouldering, both outside and inside. The outside wall is an impressive structure with very original angles and... no top…See More
Hi guys - I have some work travel coming up so i'm moving this to the next weekend. Hopefully it'll be quieter at the crag.See you soon,andreea--------------------------------Anyone up for Berdorf for after Pinkstra? Nothing like a long weekend to finally try out those hard routes one normally avoids :)Accomodation: Camping Martbusch http://www.camping-martbusch.lu/ BYOT - bring your own tent.The plan: I am planning to rent a car and leave after…See More
Anyone fancy a little trip to Font for Easter? I plan to drive down Thursday after work or Friday morning and camp and boulder till Monday. For those who don't know Font is one of the most famous bouldering destinations in the world and it's just south of Paris. Here's 'the' website. Or just google it. Here's some inspiration...…See More
By far the best way to spend a Saturday afternoon.For those who still don't boulder regularly, do some research and discover that bouldering is an excellent way to improve your climbing.Getting to Monk Amsterdam is a lot easier than you think. There's a FREE ferry that leaves from behind CS and the GYM is 5min by bike from the ferry. The ferry leaves every 10minutes or so.…See More
Anyone wants to join our journey to discover other climbing gyms? This time we are planning to go to Rock Steady in Bussum (between Amsterdam and Utrecht).In this gym they held the Dutch Championships lead climbing 2013. Maybe the route is still there :)See More
The Banff Mountain Film Festival is an international film competition and an annual presentation of short films and documentaries about mountain culture, sports, and environment. They're coming to Amsterdam in April, join me!See More
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"I understand that participation in any of the activities on this website is entirely at my own risk and that Amsterdam Climbers or representatives of are in no way liable for my safety or wellbeing. I also understand that it is my own responsibility to be properly informed and prepared for any activity."
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,