This via ferrata is just beside via ferrata Murmelsteig which is much easier. The access to the via ferrata is quite tiring because there is no path, you need to walk uphill on loose stones. A helmet is absolutely essential for this via ferrata as […]
This superfun via ferrata goes up steep from the bottom to the top of Carinthia’s highest waterfall (200 mts.) The ferrata is well equipped and seems secure. You need strentgh in your arms to get all the way up to the top. There are two […]
Looking for the perfect day trip in Carinthia? Liebenfels has it all: beautiful hiking trails, waterfalls, bridges, a castle, climbing walls. I went there recently to spend the day. We started off with the adventure water path which takes about 2 hours (one way). The […]
Hidden in the forest is this supercool climbing wall. The place was reequipped in 2015. The climbing area is not especially big but it’s great for practicing. There are about 30 routes (4+ to 7a) and a via ferrata. Some parts of the via ferrata […]
Burgruine Hardegg is a well-preserved Castle surrounded by woods. The place rarely sees visitors. It is not generally known or easily accessible. The castle can be visited from a small village called Zweikirchen (lit. Two-Churches). From there you need to follow a dirt-track road leading […]
My first post is dedicated to my homeland: I was born and raised in a small village in Carinthia (Austria). I should rather call it a hamlet as it is a collection of houses with no more than 200 inhabitants. There are no shops and […]
Solius is a rock climbing area in Girona (Costa Brava) about 1 hour drive away from Barcelona and 15 minutes from San Feliu de Guíxols. The surrounding area is stunning. The rock is granite. There are approx. 100 high quality lines, mostly slab climbing. Grades […]
Roca dels Arcs (close to Vilanova de Meia) is an amazing place for all kinds of climbing: sports climbing, multi-pitch, trad, aid climbing. The longest multi-pitch route has a height of 250 meters and the wall looks spectacular. From Barcelona it’s an about 2 hours […]
Coll de Nargó is located in the South Central Pyrenees. You can reach the small town of Coll de Nargó from Barcelona driving north on the C-14, towards Andorra, close to the Oliana reservoir. The name of the sector we climbed is Coll Piqué. It’s […]
Only a 2 hours drive away from Barcelona, Siurana is a paradise for sport climbers and one of the top destination crags in the world. The limestone cliffs surrounding the idyllic hilltop village of Siurana are of excellent quality and known for their thin, technical […]
The beautiful valley of Benasque in the midst of the Pyrenees offers amazing climbs for all levels and tastes.
This article offers information and reviews of the sectors Aiguespasas and Vall de Remuñe.
Cala Marçal is a supercool place for DWS in Mallorca. You’ll find easy routes and more challenging ones (mostly 6a to 7a). The routes are easily accessible. There are two easy downclimbs, from there you can traverse to the routes.
Although Bira is the most touristic place I have seen in Sulawesi, it is well worth a visit to explore the gorgeous nearby beaches. The surrounding area is a paradise for anyone who likes to take pictures. I stayed at Salassa Restaurant & Guesthouse. The […]
Rammang-Rammang is located south of Sulawesi about 40km north of Makassar. It can be reached by road: by bus or car – 2 hours from Makassar and 1 hour from the airport. The word Rammang comes from the language of Makassar and means ‘cloud’. It […]
If you have ever been to the Togean Islands you know it’s not easy to get there. Transport in Sulawesi is still very scarce and slow. There are two ways to get to the Islands: via Ampana and via Gorontalo. My way there was a […]