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Looking down to Leonidio

Climb in Leonidio, Peloponnese

A rest day in Leonidio. It was raining. The sun shone brightly in between the thunderstorms at the coast, as we gazed upon the sea from the coastal Taverna […]

The Myrtoon Sea

10 things NOT to do in Leonidio

Leonidio, a small town in the middle of the Greek Peloponnese peninsula  is establishing quickly to be a popular climbing destination on this globus. What could be worse than doing all […]

Bouldering outdoors – do it right

Bouldering is an easy game. A pair of shoes, chalk bag, crashpad and off you go. Alone or with your friends. Long belay times are non-existent.

Hikes - Trials - Via-Ferrata

The Pendling and Kala Alm in winter – a FaceTime with the Kaiser

The Kufsteiner Haus in Pendling and Kala Alm are perhaps one of the most frequented mountain huts in Thiersee, Tirol – Austria, be it summer or winter. With a little over an hour from Munich, it was a quick, sunny and exciting mountain rendezvous for the day.The Kufsteiner Haus in Pendling and Kala Alm are perhaps one of the most frequented mountain huts in Thiersee, Tirol – Austria, be it summer or winter. With a little over an hour from Munich, it was a quick, sunny and exciting mountain rendezvous for the day.

Anything & everything

Stepping into a bouldering world

Bouldering is a subform of Rock Climbing. It’s climbing little pieces of rock formations, also known as boulders, that’s about 3-8  meters or higher, without a harness or rope. The […]

Gear reviews

Garmont Ascent GTX – a test review

When looking for a mountaineering boot, ask yourself is if you are going to mainly hike or climb. If you’re an ambitious summiter, the answer would logically probably be both. […]

The Outxe Savage 24000 mAh – test review

The OutXe Savage 24000 mAh is a rugged outdoor high capacity powerbank that power charges mobile devices. Even if it’s just an old keypad cellphone, at any certain point, […]

Putting Dura Case to the test

One of the many hurdles on a outdoor outing is to keep your phones alive at the end of a cold or wet day. Count the times your smartphone […]

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