Climbing Off The Grid: Indonesia

  With more than 17,000 islands, thousands of ethnic groups, too many different cultures to count, Komodo dragons and colorful festivals, Indonesia could be the next exotic rock climbing destination on your bucket list. The volcanic origins of the islands … Continued

Around The World In 30 Climbing Spots

  The drumming noise of my heartbeat and the whistling sound of my breath as I’m figuring out the next move on my way to the top remind me it is myself I’m fighting against. The rock is not my … Continued

Turkey, The Gate To Oriental Adventure

  Two different worlds joined together by a land of colorful contrasts, Turkey is the planet’s only country spread on two continents. A crossroads of civilizations, not quite European and not Asian either, sprinkled with ancient ruins at every step, … Continued

Geyikbayiri Reloaded

  … and intensified times infinity. This is not an article about rock climbing. There are too many of those out there. Besides, climbing is a personal, intimate journey we all experience and understand differently. So instead of listening to … Continued

Return to Geyikbayiri. Turkey in Flames

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Well, it’s been nearly four years, but we’re back. Yes, time does fly fast, still the moment we landed it seemed as if it was only yesterday that we left. Did anything change? Of course. Looking deep within ourselves, we … Continued

8 Greek Island-Hopping Adventures Not To Be Missed

  There are some 6,000 Greek islands scattered throughout the Aegean and Ionian seas, only 227 of them inhabited. Each and every one is worth your while, although some are more difficult to get to than others. Don’t know where … Continued

Sinaia, Queen of Carpathian Resorts

  In 1883, the legendary Orient Express made its first run, connecting the west and east by a luxury train turned five-star hotel. On its way, it stopped in Sinaia, the summer residence of the Romanian Royal Family, where King … Continued

Rock Climbing and Hot Springs in Băile Herculane

    Let’s face it, it was the 2014 Petzl RocTrip that put Romania on the rock climbing map. I knew it would live up to the challenge, but did you? Băile Herculane was the trip’s first stop. From here, … Continued

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