SPECIFIC CRAGS (please, not generic locations such as countries, regions, cities, towns, ...) CONVENIENT for me to climb, far from my location too (This is an ADVANCED CLIMBER SEARCH parameter)
Hell (sport crag near Trondheim), Oppdal (for ice climbing), Lofoten (far north, but not too far...), Harbak (bouldering)
CLIMBING areas, even far from my location, NOT convenient for me to meet climbers, but that I can give informations about
My preferred climbing areas
Sardinia/Italy! Where I tried climbing for the first time, in the easter of 2006...and I went there again in 2008.
My climbing experience
Started climbing in Torino/Italy in spring 2006.
So far I've tried all sorts of climbing except aid climbing.
Now I do mostly sport climbing and ice climbing here in Trondheim/Norway, as well as some trad climbing other places in Norway.
Climbing INTERESTS and PREFERENCES (ADVANCED MEMBER SEARCH PARAMETERS)
Ops, I'm wrong, it was the spring semester of 2005.. already three years are passed.. but maybe we have seen each other in korsvika (lade).. so.. keep in touch, maybe i really visit you.. now as now, i have in mind another program, going to climb in south thailand with Riccardo, another 9b member.
Have a look, maybe you would like join us. 700euro the flight go and back :)
Fantastic Anders, thanks very much !
I know You have no copyright for THAT guidebook. I also know that You, as every other climber, WITHOUT COPYING that guidebook, can do Your own guidebook.
I think it's a matter of RESPECT and honesty: if You are honest YOU CAN DO A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT NEW GUIDEBOOK ABOUT THE SAME ROCK.
Please, consider that Lulu lets You create a MULTIMEDIA guidebook:
not only text and photos, but VIDEOS too !
If You do a video (or even just a photo) for every single route in Hell, for example, I think this work from You is UNIQUE and for sure is much different from the already printed guidebook.
The point is do to SOMETHING DIFFERENT.
This is just my opinion. We can open a discussion about this, may be WITH THE AUTHORS of that guidebook, if they like. May be they themselves would like to do the multimedia version of their guidebook ?
Hello Anders, welcome! Nice to see your picture of Oppdal & Trondheim. Actually in 2006, I studied six months in Trondheim's NTNU, where I lived in Moholt Studentby :) It's a kind of nostalgy remember that, it was really a cool period hiking around Norway, from the south fiords to the northest Tromsoe :) Maybe, I could come back for a visit and have a ski together in vassfjellet ;-) HADE BRA!
Wow ! FOR SURE this summer I will be climbing in Hell ! Where can I order the guidebook online ?
Is it in english too ?
What about other crags in the area ?
Are they interesting or Hell is better without any doubt ?
I would have many other questions:
- how many routes are in Hell ?
- where can I rent a bike to go from routes to supermarket ?
- etc etc
Too many questions :-), so I make You a proposal:
why not YOU do the english guidebook JUST FOR HELL using lulu (www.lulu.com) ?
If You do that me and other climbers on lulu site can buy the DOWNLOAD of Your guidebook and then print it by ourselves.
If You do it I will buy for sure, so I can have all the informations before coming there.
I can "help" You doing my list of informations I need.
And I can translate Your guidebook in italian !
What do You think about this ?
for sure direct flight is the fastest way, but with Ryanair I can fly to Oslo for about 10 euros, from Bergamo. I guess from Torino or Venezia to Trondheim may be the cost are more than 10 + 40 euros, am I right ? I must ceck on Norwegian site. Ciao !
P.s. if You can fly directly to Cagliari, me too very very cheap, so, really, when You want we can meet up there ! If some other climbers would like to come we can organize the first “9b Roc Trip” around Cagliari !
Hi Anders ! Welcome !
Come to Sardinia to climb with me when You want !
Next summer I would like to go to Hell: I can reach Oslo with Ryanair, then what do You suggest from Oslo to Hell ? Is there train ? Do You know how much it costs ? And close to Hell is there a campsite ? Do I need to rent a car there ? Is there a guidebook on the net ?
Thanks in advance
In your discussion you can edit and publish your own climbing topoguide, as a "paywall", a "destination page", requiring climbers their payment by credit card or paypal to access and read, even on SMARTPHONES (iphones, android phones, ...)
After having paid, climbers can see, save and print your climbing topoguide.
In this discussion you can add:
1) PHOTOS regarding one specific SECTOR (of routes or bouldering, dws lines)
a) "PHOTO topo":
It's very easy to edit a photo topo:
- upload a photo of a rock in a topo group discussion