Rockbusters: European Rock Climbing Road Trip

Jul 14, 2014 BY Paul McWilliams

If you fancy spending the summer scaling rock faces rather than the career ladder then this trip might be for you. The Rockbusters team is travelling across Europe this summer on a European rock climbing road trip. You are welcome to join them for the entire eight week adventure or to dip in for a week or two at any spot.

European Rock Climbing Road Trip image by Rockbusters

The road trip will be sampling some of the best climbing destinations that Europe has to offer, snaking its way from the Czech Republic through Germany, Austria, Italy, France and Spain. The trip will be supported by the Rockbusters team who are there to provide instruction and help you get the most out of your time with us.

Every weekend the European rock climbing road trip will visit a different spot. Stopping on route to pick up and drop off climbers at the nearest airport. Our clients come from a range of countries around the world and make up a diverse group that have one thing in common – a love for climbing.

Where does the trip visit?

Full details are below but in summary we will be visiting:

  • Labské údolí, Czech Republic: Aug. 16, 2014 – Aug. 23, 2014
  • Frankenjura, Germany: Aug. 23, 2014 – Aug. 30, 2014
  • Zillertal, Austria: Aug. 30, 2014 – Sep. 6, 2014
  • Finale Ligure, Italy: Sep. 6, 2014 – Sep. 13, 2014
  • Ceüse, France: Sep. 13, 2014 – Sep. 20, 2014
  • Gorge du Tarn, France: Sep. 20, 2014 – Sep. 27, 2014
  • Margalef, Spain: Sep. 27, 2014 – Oct. 4, 2014
  • Rodellar, Spain: Oct. 4, 2014 – Oct. 11, 2014

Any one week costs €499 or €2800 for the whole trip

What’s included: five days guided climbing, accommodation (camping), transport, safety equipment.

What’s not included: travel insurance, flight tickets and food.

European Rock Climbing Road Trip image by Rockbusters

Specials

  • 50% discount for sport massage
  • 10% discount if booking two or more weeks or two or more persons

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Aug. 16, 2014 – Aug. 23, 2014: Labské údolí – Czech republic

Advanced sport climbing. Work on your climbing technique in some of the world’s best sandstone climbing. You will get some big air time in. Suitable for sports climbers who are competent at leading 6a or above. Accommodation is camping only.

Fly via Prague, arrive and depart Saturday allowing five days climbing Monday to Friday.

Price €499 per person including five days guiding and coaching, all safety equipment and free transfers to and from airport. You will need: passport, insurance, personal sports climbing equipment, sleeping bag and camping equipment as appropriate.

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Aug. 23, 2014 – Aug. 30, 2014: Frankenjura – Germany

Experience the best German limestone climbing in stunning Bavaria. Suitable for sports climbers that are competent to belay, outdoor experience and lead climbing is great but not essential. Camping provided or upgrade to guesthouse accommodation.

Fly via Nürnberg, Germany: arrive and depart Saturday allowing five days climbing Monday to Friday.

Price €499 per person including five days guiding and coaching, all safety equipment and free transfers to and from airport. You will need: passport, insurance, personal sports climbing equipment, sleeping bag and camping equipment as appropriate.

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European Rock Climbing Road Trip image by Rockbusters

Aug. 30, 2014 – Sep. 6, 2014: Zillertal – Austria

Climb the awesome Austrian Zillertal. Suitable for boulderers and sports climbers competent to belay, any outdoor experience and lead climbing a bonus but not essential. Camping included and guesthouse accommodation available as required.

Fly via Munchen, Austria, fly out of Milan: arrive and depart Saturday allowing five days climbing Monday to Friday.

Price €499 per person including five days guiding and coaching, all safety equipment and free transfers to and from airport. You will need: passport, insurance, personal sports climbing equipment, sleeping bag and camping equipment as appropriate.

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Sep. 6, 2014 – Sep. 13, 2014: Finale Ligure – Italy

One of the biggest and in our opinion the best sport climbing destinations in Italy. The white limestone in Finale Ligure covers over 10km sq and provides over 2,700 high quality sport climbing routes in a ride range of grades.

Fly in via Milano and out via Torino: arrive and depart Saturday allowing five days climbing Monday to Friday.

Price €499 per person including five days guiding and coaching, all safety equipment and free transfers to and from airport. You will need: passport, insurance, personal sports climbing equipment, sleeping bag and camping equipment as appropriate.

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European Rock Climbing Road Trip image by Rockbusters

Sep. 13, 2014 – Sep. 20, 2014: Ceüse – France

Get to conquer some of the most impressive crags on the world. Suitable for sports climbers competent to belay, all outdoor and lead climbing experience is a bonus but not essential. Only the option of camping here.

Fly into Torino on Saturday, fly back from Montpellier on Saturday, allowing seven days climbing Sunday to Saturday.

Price €499 per person including seven days guiding and coaching, all safety equipment and free transfers to and from airport. You will need: passport, insurance, personal sports climbing equipment, sleeping bag and camping equipment as appropriate.

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Sep. 20, 2014 – Sep. 27, 2014: Gorge du Tarn / Ardeche – France

Climb in the Grand Canyon of Europe the spectacular Ardeche gorge ‘Gorge du Tarn’. Suitable for sports climbers competent to belay. Outdoor experience and lead climbing experience is great but not essential. Camping provided and guesthouse accommodation can be booked if required.

Fly via Montpelliere, France: arrive and depart Saturday allowing five days climbing Monday to Friday.

Price €499 per person including five days guiding and coaching, all safety equipment and free transfers to and from airport. You will need: passport, insurance, personal sports climbing equipment, sleeping bag and camping equipment as appropriate.

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European Rock Climbing Road Trip image by Rockbusters

Sep. 27, 2014 – Oct. 4, 2014: Margalef – Spain

Climb in this classic Spanish rock climbing destination for the week. Suitable for sports climbers competent to belay, outdoor experience great  as is lead climbing experience but not essential. Camping provided, upgrade to guesthouse accommodation if you wish.

Fly via Barcelona/Llerida, Spain: arrive and depart Saturday allowing five days climbing Monday to Friday.

Price €499 per person including five days guiding and coaching, all safety equipment and free transfers to and from airport. You will need: passport, insurance, personal sports climbing equipment, sleeping bag and camping equipment as appropriate.

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Oct. 4, 2014 – Oct. 11, 2014: Rodellar – Spain

And to top off the European rock climbing road trip we visit the incredible Refugio and stay within walking distance of the crags, Advanced sport climbing suitable for sports climbers competent at leading 6b or above. Improve your climbing technique in one of Europe’s top sports climbing destinations and bag a hat full of 3* routes while you improve.  Here you can camp or bunk within a short walk of the crags.

Fly via Barcelona, Spain: arrive Saturday and depart Saturday allowing six days climbing Sunday to Friday.

Price €499 per person including six days guiding coaching, all safety equipment and free transfers to and from airport. You will need: passport, insurance, personal sports climbing equipment, sleeping bag and camping equipment as appropriate.

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We think you’ll agree, that’s an impressive European rock climbing road trip. So why not check in for a week or two, or if you’re really looking to improve, then tag along for the whole ride for just €2800?

 
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