Rotgelb komplett

Pünktlich zur neuen Klettersaison gibt es ein Sparangebot bei Geoquest: Rotgelb komplett!

Holzbergrettung geht in nächste Runde

Der große Kampf der vergangenen Monate dreht sich um die Rettung des Holzberges, des wichtigsten Klettergebietes in der Umgebung von Leipzig. Dabei handelt es sich um einen vielschichtig gelagerten Konflikt, bei dem Schwarzweißmalerei nicht weiterbringt und wir auch die Grautöne warnehmen müssen, um alles zu verstehen und möglichst eine von allen tragbare Lösung zu erreichen.

SteinReich Climbing GuideThuringia

Out now!!! The second edition of this wonderful book:

SteinReich - Kletter- und Boulderführer ThüringenSteinReich Climbing Guide Thuringia

Thomas Hocke and Gerald Krug, Halle, 2017/18
ISBN 978-3-00-024732-3
full colored, 416 pages
sales price: 29,90€
+ 6,00 € shipping outside Germany

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Boulder Guide Bahratal

For quite a long time bouldering in Bahratal was a secret thing. Now there is a really good guide of the main developers of the area:

DIN-A 5 landscape format, full colours, 288 pages, German/English
2nd edition 2017, 25,00 €

Riveufer - die Dritte

In our home city of Halle we are currently working to finish the 3rd sector of the new local crag Riveufer.

Benjamin Gerono in Bypass VIIIc.

New Boulder spot at Hadash

On January the Geoquest-Team has visited Oman and climbed in some fantastic areas. In the most frequented climbing area of Hadash by chance we found a great boulder spot just on the base of the cliffs.

Face of Iran - Climbing-Travel-Guide

Modern climbing meets ancient historical monuments! Persia is a stunning country with many rock climbing crags and lots of historical monuments to visit.

Face of Iran – Climbing and Travel Guide

First ascent on Orkney Island

Two new routes were added to the Old Head (and Old Skerries), the buttress on the most south easterly tip of Orkney.

Pirmin Bertle realizes Bolivia's first 9a

Geoquest-Author Pirmin Bertle (Passion Verticale) realized the first 9a of Bolivia in an altitude of almost 4000 meters above sea level. See the video.

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