Last year we had over 50 skiers and boarders hitting the slopes and it was GOooOD! on every level :-)So once again, lets get going - this week is the BEST week avoiding the school holidays. Last year everyone loved the awesome apartment building with sauna, swimming pool.Six glorious days…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 down...…See More
I've been wanting to do this for a long time :-)I have 2 amazing movies on DVD that NEED to be shared.Both contain amazing accounts of some of the very best climbers in the world each courting a certain level of controversy. Looking for a host for this, somewhere central with a big TV and floor space :-) We'll do it at mine if there are no offers.Pizza will be ordered, drinks you need to bring yourself - I'll provide the movies but if anyone has more feel free to bring.…See More
Join Petra and I for a couple of days of glorious climbing in Spain for the Hemelvaart weekend.The plan is to fly Wednesday evening to Barcelona, rent a car and drive to Monserrat. We're still sorting out accommodation, probably camping or bungalows. Return is Monday morning.We booked the following flight with klm for 200eKL 1675Departure May 13: 16:55 - 19:05KL 1662Arrival May 18: 6:20 - 8:45Join us!See More
If you like good wine and food, and feel like some excellent climbing - central France seems to offer just that. On this long bank holiday weekend I thought it would be great to head off to Bourgogne for some first class french action! ...erm CLIMBING of course.Bourgogne is not far away (approx 7hour drive) and offers some outstanding crags / outcrops beautifully bolted and in a great landscape. We've been a few times before, read about previous visits in our Trip-Log section.…See More
For those who don't know, Vapiano Friday is a long standing tradition.We climb at Centraal which is often quieter than average on a Friday, then right after we'll go for Pizza, Pasta, Salad and drinks at Vapiano. We'll climb till about 10, then head over to Vapiano.See More
Or "off-piste skiing" for those older than 30. A chance to get er, "stoked" for "strapping it on" and "having it" on some "major lines" this coming season. Looks fun. Perhaps a group booking in order seeing as seats are reserved. Chance for a pint afterwards.See More
Anyone up for climbing in Belgium? ...Hotton and Durbuy are nice climbing spots I discovered recently, less crowded and more peaceful along the Ourthe river. No major road, no train track, just focus on your climb with the background noise of flowing water.There are still enough routes to explore for the week end, will all levels. I would like to go again :-)The plan: to leave on Friday evening after work, climb Saturday on Sunday, and come back on Sunday evening. Depending on car available and…See More
Once again I think it's time for the Amber Spring break :-) Take a break from climbing and come eat, drink and be merry with your fellow Ambers. There have been a few of these events in the past - as always.... What happens at an Ambers spring Break STAYS at the Ambers spring break :-)If you're a lurker then come along and meet…See More
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I started climbing when I was living in Thailand, nearly 10 years back, and I had a chance to make regular trips to Krabi. Most of my outdoor experience is from Krabi since the past 4 years I lived in Singapore. I try to climb indoors twice a week.
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I hope you find the time to look around our site, we've been up and running since 2009.
In particular check out the FAQ
You can also find us on FaceBook, YouTube, Vimeo and Twitter.
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,
Andreea (standing in for Daniel who is on holiday)