Sandstone rock climbing in the Pfälzerwald forest. Adventurous sandstone tower rock climbing in the German forests of the Pfälz. Beware though, the use of chalk is discouraged as it shows up prominently on the dark red stone, limit your use.
Pembrokeshire rock climbing. Great sea cliff climbing!
Watch out for MOD access restrictions though or else, best case, you’ll get in trouble, worst case, you’ll get blown up!
- Check MOD access restrictions.
They say that Melbourne is perhaps Australia’s most cosmopolitan city? Who knows for sure, what is certain is that it is a beautiful place with a genuinely diverse range of cultural interests (the cultural capital of Australia – film; television; Aussie rules football; impressionist art; dance; and music) with a hint of San Francisco thanks to the street-cars (the largest city network in the world), and an almost European street-café culture (with almost everyone seemingly Wi-Fi enabled).
Awesome rock climbing! Some say that it is perhaps the very best crag in the world?
With all year round climbing possibilities (i.e. in the shade in Summer), traditional and sport rock climbing, we agree, it’s the best crag in the world!
Add to that the unique camping experience, with wildlife like Kangaroos hoping right through the campground, and this has to be one of the world’s perfect rock climbing destination.
Granite rock climbing in the “snowy” mountains, the Australian Alps.
Mt Buffalo is a higher altitude venue by Australian standards (there’s even skiing in winter) so expect colder conditions and even some rain.