International Rock Climbing
Coming up to the Mittellegi hut from the Eismeer g...
There's a whole world of climbing out there - literally!
It doesn't matter where you're headed - you'll need either a credit card or frequent flier mileage. Purchase your ticket, do the research, and embark on your own international climbing adventure.
The International Area is sub-divided into Continents, then Countries, then crags. Some Countries are further sub-divided into states or provinces. According to my third grade teacher, islands are technically not part of any continent, but on Mountain Project, islands will be organized under the nearest Continent. So the Carribean Islands are located under "North America", while the British Isles
are located under "Europe". Pacific Islands such as New Zealand
will be found under "Australia", whereas Japan
will be under "Asia".
Middle Eastern countries such as Israel
are included in Asia. Turkey
is included under Europe.
Climbing Season For the All Locations area.
Weather station 18.1 miles from here
18,212 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',2473],['3 Stars',6136],['2 Stars',5469],['1 Star',2362],['Bomb',159]
Classic Climbing Routes in International
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for International:
Featured Route For International
WI4 North America
: ... : Mt. Bourgeau
Bourgeau Right-Hand is an ephemeral line that it is rarely in really good shape from bottom to top. A lot of this has to do with the fact that it gets direct sun all winter long, and conditions can deteriorate rapidly. One must also consider the extreme avalanche hazard from above. Be absolutely sure of conditions, or go somewhere else. When it is in shape get on it!P1, 30m. Climb steep, often thin ice to a bolted station on the right, possibly ice covered.P2, 35m. Climb a steep pillar(cru...[more] Browse More Classics in International
Latest Regional Forum Messages
From: Casa do Cacete
Dec 7, 2007
Looks like some of the international areas might need some re-org eventually (that is, hopefully, as more info gets added).. I mean as far as being in a Country/State/Area/Mountain/Crag format like the rest.
For example, 'Rio de Janeiro-Urca", a general area in the city of Rio, then state of Rio, then country of Brazil; shouldn't be under the same heading as the whole country of "Argentina".
Aug 28, 2008
Well, start puttin some work into it.. This is community web site, ran and maintened by members. If you got sweet info on swizzy, post it up
By Ryan Flynn
From: Maple Valley, WA
Jun 8, 2009
Canada seems like they could have their own section outside of "International." Just an idea...