New Dates Visit one of the BEST places in the world for Ice Climbing.Either Rjukan. Norway or Cogne. ItalyBoth world renowned for it's waterfall ice. Valleys just full of road side Ice crags - single and multi-pitch, so no long arduous walk in which makes it perfect. Ice climbing is a lot of fun. If you've ever wanted…See More
Let's hang out pulling on plastic on Midsummers day :)Come 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
It's been a while - Let's hang out pulling on plastic on a Thursday - or all things!Come 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
What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Come earlier, later no matter :)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
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
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I started climbing during my studies in Passau, Germany in 2014. First indoors and later outdoors in the lovely "Inntal".
After my studies I lived in New Zealand for 1 1/2 years. There I climbed mostly outdoors. Especially one month around the two New Years in Hang Dog Camp.
In Amsterdam I have been mostly bouldering.
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The heart of our network are the Events. 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. As you can see we have been on a fair few Trips - read all about them in Trip-Logs section.
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,