with photos of Lutz Schneider, Christiane Hupe and Gerald Krug here the direct link to the Climbing Guide Tanzania!
The latest Geoquest-expedition let to Tanzania and turned to a surprise. The idea was not uncommon: escape the european winter and climb somewhere where it is warm and one can relax under palm trees. But this time we had nothing more then two or three photographs and went into the uncertain.
There are many rocks around the village of Puma. But are they climbable? There are more rocks around the city of Singida.
Here we go:
Content of the book:
From "Gods own climbing country" reached us the first comic book just around new year. Opening the book one thing is clear from the beginning: this is british humor as it supposed to be: dry as the desert, enigmatic as a financial consultant and black as a cat by night.
As expected by many the slide show about Iran will take place on February, the 26th at 7.30 pm. We hope to see you there!
The Geoquest-team wishs all climbers and readers of our books a Happy New Year 2016!!!
Of course Bornholm is not rising up in terms of height, even if some climbers would wish that to do multipitch routes.
At Vang on the west coast (Arne Ohlsen in Roede Kartofler skand. 6, = UIAA 7)
The new Lower Tosson Guide (edition 2015) is online, see here:
See also the other two short flicks about Geoquest:
Auf der schönen Kletterinsel Bornholm tut sich so einiges. Vor allem die Freunde des seilfreien Kletterns haben in den letzten Jahren so einige Delikatessen aus dem Hut gezaubert. Hier ein Update zum Bornholm Kletterführer.