Category Archives: In country information
Cuba might not be the first thing that comes to mind when planning for climbing holidays but we think it should be! Not only does the country have a huge amount of potential for new route development but also a … Continue reading
These notes were written in July / August 2002. They were written during an overland climbing expedition driving down the length of Africa. There is a very good chance that they are out of date, but they will still give … Continue reading
These notes were written in summer 2000 and December 2001. They are from an overland climbing expedition driving down the length of Africa and across to Hong Kong respectively. There is a very good chance that they are out of … Continue reading
In 2001 a team of British climbers, including Dave Lucas, went to The Cape Farewell region to climb on Igdlorssitt Havn, situated close to Prins Chritian Sund. Click here for the full expedition report.
Dave Lucas has been operating in The Sinai Desert for over 10 years and has amassed huge amounts of information on the desert. He has now been approached by a publisher to produce the guidebook, but whilst that has been … Continue reading
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The Hand of Fatima AKA Kaga Tondo (updated 17/12/11) The Hand of Fatima AKA Kaga Tondo stands at 1,155m high and is Mali’s highest peak. More importantly it has some outstanding climbing and arguably Africa’s finest HVS (F5+). Local Knowledge: … Continue reading