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The Lakeland Climbing Centre: Britain's Major Climbing Indoor Facility

11. 6. 2015

Relatively small in population, the town of Kendal has been firmly placed on the map due to The Lakeland Climbing Centre (also known as the Kendal Wall), the largest Climbing Centre in the North of England. The building was originally used for drying milk and when the plant was no longer in use, it…

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Telluride’s Via Ferrata - Colorado’s Most Vertiginous Hike

30. 4. 2015

Telluride’s Via Ferrata was supposed to be somewhat of the majestic San Juan Mountains' secret. After all, who would have thought that in the United States one could find a via ferrata? The climbing route has rapidly risen from underground status to its current huge popularity and even if some of…

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An Unparalleled View of Peruvian Sacred Valley

5. 2. 2015 Comments: 1

Located in the heart of the Sacred Valley in Cusco, Peru, the Via Ferrata that has been built there offers the opportunity to enjoy rewarding view of this beautiful valley, the Urubamba River, and surrounding, mystic ruins once you reach its top after a 300 meter climb up. Having 560 meteres in…

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The Most Dangerous Hike in the World - Mt.Huashan

16. 9. 2014

Mt.Huashan in China is considered one of the steepest on the planet, ranking it the most dangerous when it comes to mountain hiking trails. Situated in Huayin City, Mt. Huashan consists of five peaks with breathtaking cliff faces and a tough challenge to mountaineers from which the southern peak has…

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Via Ferratas around Dachstein Mountain, Salzkammergut, Austria

29. 7. 2014

A few days ago, you could see a nice Adrex.com´s video tempting to an attractive Austrian Salzkammergut region, which offers excellent terrain for both lovers of MTB and Via ferratas. The area gives an ideal combination for spending a perfect outdoor sports holiday. Today, we bring you a few tips on…

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Poi d´Unha (2221m) - Brand New Via Ferrata in the Pyrenees

1. 5. 2014

Aran Valley (Valle de Arán in Spanish) is one of the most scenic areas in the Pyrenees mountains and the northwestern part of the Lerida province in Catalonia, Spain. The picturesque valley is dotted with small villages and surrounded by hills with a height of over 2 kilometers. Directly opposite…

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