Climb Norway 2018

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Climb Norway - A National Climbing Guide  

3rd version of Climb Norway, published by the Norwegian Bolt Federation in 2018

Norwegian and English content in the book, Suitable for both Norwegian and international climbers.  

39.02 EUR




Climb Norway - A National Climbing Guide 2018

Climb Norway is a national climbing guide book for Norwegians and internationals, covering some of the most beautiful and spectacular climb-sites throughout Norway. The guide contains more than 400 pages of useful information to climb-sites of varying difficulty located all through Norway, from Finnmark to Kristiansand.

Containing a map of Norway with the climb-sites plotted in, a grading table comparing Norwegian and French grades, and symbol explanations for most crucial points of information regarding each climb-site, this book is intuitive and easy to use. Each climb-site also have maps showing its geographical location, and an overview of the climb-site itself. There are also pictures of each wall face with routes drawn in, and explanatory tables providing information about route number, route name and grade. Combined with the symbol explanations, and information about approach, history and special considerations in both English and Norwegian, this book will make finding your way around Norwegian climb-sites a walk in the park.


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