Attention climbing friends: We are giving away 3×2 climbing guides from Versante Sud. Tessin Rock includes 69 climbing areas with 3450 routes in the sunny part of Switzerland. The Ossola climbing guide not only describes alpine and plaisir sport climbing routes, but also well-known climbing gardens. Di Roccia di Solo is essential reading for anyone planning a climbing holiday in Sicily.
The summer holidays are over for most people, but the climbing summer is far from over. So that you don't run out of projects, we are giving away two copies of each of the following climbing guides from Versante Sud Verlag. Find out how you can take part in the raffle end of article.
- Climbing guide Ticino Rock
- Climbing Guide Ossola Rock
- Climbing Guide Di Roccia Di Sole
We have the climbing guide Tessin Rock together with the author Egon Bernasconi in the article Climbing in the sunny part of Switzerland presented in detail. In addition, the thoroughbred climber from Locarno told us the most beautiful routes in his homeland and one Top ten for all skill levels for your convenience.
If you want to find out more about the climbing areas between Lago Maggiore, Simplon, Monte Rosa and the Devero, Formazza and Vigezzo valleys, you can find the article in this article Climbing in the north of the south a good overview.
The first German edition of the Ossola climbing guide not only describes alpine and Plaisir sport climbing routes, but also crack climbing areas such as Cadarese, Balma or Yosesigo, which are becoming increasingly popular.
Video: Jacopo Larcher in the area's toughest trad route
Di Roccia Di Sole
The third climbing guide in the group that you can win with us, describes the climbing crags in Sicily. On more than 550 pages, the two authors Massimo Cappuccio and Giuseppe Gallo provide more than enough reasons to pay a visit to the southernmost tip of Italy: be it recently developed climbing areas in the Palermo and Siracusa regions, new routes near San Vito or updated route evaluations. Also new are the chapters on bouldering and deep water soloing, DWS for short.
This is how you take part in the raffle
To win one of the climbing guides described above, all you have to do is fill out the form below. With a bit of luck, you'll soon be holding an issue of Tessin Rock, Ossola Rock or Di Roccia Di Sole in your hands.
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