Climbing early is GREAT :-) It's super quiet and you have a whole evening to enjoy afterwards.Of course come later, there's bound to still be people to climb with. If you need help with directions this might help. See More
Hey there,Anyone want to join for some climbing in Mallorca?Planned dates 26-30 May, and we're currently 3 but the more the merrier ;-). The plan is to rent an apartment once we have a number confirmed.Here's some general web information: http://www.climb-europe.com/RockClimbingSpain/Mallorca.htmlThis company offers guided climbs and prices:…See More
Better Bouldering. (the clue is in the name)Each Monday evening there are 2 sessions of 1.5 hours. First @19:45 and later @21:30 during which Kim (van den Hout) offers great advice and personal tuition, the theme changes each week.There is no need to book these sessions - just turn up - the format is pretty relaxed and a lot of fun. You don't need to have done any of the previous sessions either.For only € 7,50 you can't go wrong! I'll be at the 21:30 session.…See More
Since I can't wait till the winter is over, I'm already planning the first Berdorf trip in 2014 hehe :D Accomodation: Camping Martbusch http://www.camping-martbusch.lu/ I booked camping ground for us. Bring your tent/bedding stuff. The plan: We will leave Friday after work and come back sunday afternoon. Saturday evening having diner at the Chinese restaurant on the corner (of course you are free to make your own diner at the camping). Don't forget…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
This looks amazing, Jan Hojer is a machine, check out the clip here. The only person (as far as I know) to campus board 1-9They've got a bunch of top Dutch climbers and some visiting international Mammut climbers to come show off their skills in a not-so-serious competition.See More
Not sure of the details just yet... but it's never too early to plan :-) The 2013 film from Alastair Lee is an epic to end all mountain epics set in the stunning mountains of Queen Maud Land, Antarctica. The feature length 90min documentary follows top adventure climber Leo Houlding with his tried and tested team of Jason Pickles and Sean 'Stanley' Leary as they attempt to make the first ascent of the NE ridge of 'the master piece of the range'; the majestic Ulvetanna Peak (2931m). One of the…See More
Mxxx have a great initiative - Better Bouldering.Each Monday evening there are 2 identical sessions of 1.5 hours. First @19:45 and later @21:30 during which Kim (van den Hout) offers great advice and personal tuition.There is no need to book these sessions - just turn up - the format is pretty relaxed and a lot of fun. For only € 7,50 you can't go wrong! I'll be at the 21:30 session.Getting to Mxxx is a lot easier than you…See More
By far the best way to spend a Sunday 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 Mxxx 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
Fancy pulling on plastic MN styleee? If you need help with directions this might help. When travelling from Hoofdweg head up Jan Van Galenstraat and after you cross the A10 take the first right (at traffic lights) towards Laan van Sparten - turn right onto Laan van spaarten and follow the road to the corner of Gerrie Knelemannlaan and Willem Augustinstraat.See More
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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,