When most people think of climbing in Thailand, they picture vertical limestone walls over a white beach and turquoise sea, with a lush jungle on the horizon.
Sicily is known for the beautiful sea, the laid-back vibe, and food. Climbing here means golden tufas on vertical or overhanging walls overlooking the sea.
French Polynesia is an overseas territory of France made of 118 dispersed islands and atolls stretching over 2,000 sq. km in the South Pacific Ocean.
The West Bank of Palestine, with its bucolic rolling hills, vast deserts, and deep valleys...
This mountain range extends 1,350km from Liguria in the north-west to Sicily in the south, with peaks never reaching the 3000m-mark.
As a reddish light flickers and dances with the curves of a cavernous wall rising steeply beside you.
There's more to Southern Italy than incredible food, beautiful coastlines and the picturesque villages. Learn more about the rock climbing on offer here.
Senegal is one of the most forward-thinking and stable countries in West Africa.
From laid-back sea cliff climbing to unforgiving boulders and classic trad routes, there’s something here for everyone.
Sometimes it can be hard to get to the bottom of what makes an area special, especially when talking about the more well-known climbing destinations.
Learn more about the rock climbing scene in Jamaica.
When planning a rock-climbing trip in the USA, most people will head to the world famous climbing areas: Yosemite, Joshua Tree, Moab, Bishop. But if you’re looking to travel somewhere where outdoor tourism can have a positive impact on the local community, then Central Appalachia should be top of your list.
Interested in a trip to Hawaii? We chatted to Matt Lutey, co-founder of Bouldering Hawaii, to find out more about the huge variety of climbing available there.
Rock climbing in Czech Republic is shrouded in an aura of mystery: huge sandstone towers rising out of a lush forest, no chalk, no metal gear, scary runouts... But what should you really expect? Is it worth climbing here instead of the more popular summer destinations?
On the day that this article is published, sport climbing will be making its Olympic debut at the 2020 Tokyo Games.
The largest of the Canary Islands, Tenerife is known for it’s year-round sun, over 400km of coastline, quaint historic port towns, resorts and—of course—excellent food.
Bulgaria may not be the first European rock climbing destination to spring to mind. Yet here you’ll find everything that characterizes the more popular Western European destinations – limestone, quality routes, excellent food, phenomenal landscapes – without any of the polish or overcrowded crags.