10 March 2023

Cover shot + photos wanted for upcoming guide!

The third edition of Sport Climbing in South Tyrol, which is a partnership between Vertical-Life and the Alpine Club of South Tyrol (AVS), is underway and so is the hunt for stand-out action shots from the area! Publishing the first South Tyrol Sport Climbing guidebook was where everything started for Vertical-Life, so besides being where Vertical-Life calls home, this is project holds an extra special place. If you think you have photos in your archive that will make the cut, or if you feel inspired to go out now and get some Spring sport climbing shots, we’re calling on you! If any of your photos are selected you’ll be the lucky recipient of a brand new guide!

Upload your photos to the, Gallery no later than April 26th! And don’t forget to tag the crag, and route where possible!

If you submit before March 31st, you’ll also earn yourself one month of Vertical-Life Premium.
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