Thursday, 14 October

© Tirol Werbung/Johannes Mair

- Avertorial: Tirol offers a huge range of vertical challenges for all ages and with different difficulty levels – from family-friendly climbing areas to tricky boulder problems. The region is perfect for those who enjoy routes with amazing views of the impressive landscape. The high diversity of climbing routes (more than 5,000 alpine climbing routes and 3,000 sport climbing routes) makes Tirol very special.

Enjoy family time at the climbing area “Wiesensee” in the Pillerseetal Valley or “Oberried” in the Ötztal Valley. The climbing garden in Stams, which is right next to the river Inn, and the climbing garden in East Tirol “Dolomitenhütte” guarantee passionate climbers unforgettable moments of happiness. You should also have a look at the “Great Lines” and push your limits! Find out more here.

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Tuesday, 19 January

Add crags to the database

We can now manually add new crags to the data base. Just make a comment and the data base will be improved and you can automatically create Tick Lists and add crag info etc.


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Systematic Devaluing ethics

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No correlation between semi and final results for Top-4 in Boulder WCs

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