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Rock climbing and walking destination articles

Read the following articles on great rock climbing and walking destinations around Europe and the world:

Beautiful, remote and unspoilt rock climbing in Donegal

Beautiful, remote and unspoilt rock climbing in DonegalIain Miller describes a lifetime of world class rock climbing in some of the most beautiful, remote and unspoilt locations in County Donegal in Ireland.  The rock climbing in Donegal includes Ireland’s highest sea stack, Ireland’s longest mountain route, and thousands of routes on sea cliffs and sea stacks.  Read on…

Walking the Inca Trail: A personal experience

Walking the Inca Trail: A personnel experienceFor Hannah Holden and Ross Lewis, the Inca Trail has been on their bucket list of things to do. Peru and South America have always interested them, with its rich, vibrant culture, not to mention the interesting pre-Columbian history. So when they were given the opportunity to join a group of friends, hiking the four­day Inca Trail to one of the seven ancient wonders of the world – the world-famous Machu Picchu, it was not to be missed. This would end up being an experience they would never forget.  Read on…

Mallorca is a corker for Walkers

Jenny Goad describes why Mallorca is a corker for walkers, particularly the northern peninsula of Formentor and around Pollenca.  Mallorca has many walking and hiking trails that criss-cross its jutting mountains and herb-covered terrain. This is a delightfully varied island, with fragrant pine forests that go right up to the sandy beaches and vertiginous roads cutting straight into the sheer rock so that even a drive offers spectacular views across coast and cliffs.  Read on…

Magic of PembrokeMagic of Pembroke, Wales

Emma Alsford offers ten good reasons to visit Pembroke.  The sea cliffs of Pembroke remain quiet and unspoilt, and are home to some of finest trad climbing anywhere in Europe. Discover the wide range of routes to climb with everything from Diff to E11.  Read on…

Gorge du Tarn, Southwest FranceGorge du Tarn, Southwest France

Situated just outside of Millau in the Midi-Pyrenees, lies a beautiful deep gorge, called the Gorge du Tarn, a classic French stomping ground.  Ethan Walker describes his amazing climbing experience at the Gorge du Tarn, plus other less well-known crags of Cantobre, Gorge de la Jonte and Le Boffi.  Read on…

Rock climbing in the ‘Valles de Trubia’ in Asturias, North-West SpainRoca Verde – Northwest Spain

Richie Patterson gives the low down on the best crags to visit in the green ‘Valles de Trubia’ just south of Asturias in Northwest Spain.  This small area has plenty of crags, well over 1,000 routes, and amenable temperatures that make all-year-round climbing possible and a summer Spanish cragging trip a great option! Read on…

Joy of FontainebleauJoy of Fontainebleau

Ian Wyatt gives a fascinating insight on the joy of Fontainebleau.  Ian describes why Font is the premier bouldering site in the world, a very special and vaguely prehistoric venue. The boulders are sandstone with a hard skin, ranging in height from three metres to over ten; many of which have eroded into the most amazing shapes, as echoed by some of the sector names, such as Cul de Chein, Diplodocus and Eléphant.  Read on…

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Are you a budding travel writer? 

Climb Europe are looking for exciting destination articles about various rock climbing areas around the world. 

Earn money from your travels by sending your articles to Climb Europe.  Contact Us directly.