Me at the “Klimmuur Spaarnwoude”. This outdoor climbing wall in the region of Amsterdam is constructed with rocks made from casts of the rocks found at the ‘Marche les Dames’ in Belgium.
A view from the summit of the highest dutch climbing-mountain: Monte Cervino at Bergschenhoek. See: www.outdoorvalley.nl/
Bouldering at the Happy Bunkers in Ijmuiden (Atlantik Wall, WW2)
Info and topo: www.happybunkers.nl
Working hard (6B) at “Tussen Hemel en Aarde” (= Between Heaven and Earth), Amsterdam. Climbingcentre Mountain Network THEA is an old church that was no longer used. It is converted to a indoor climbing centre with many challenging routes.
Ringbolt at the “Klimmuur Spaarnwoude”.
Monte Cervino: looks like a real mountain.
Monte Cervino (35 mtrs.) is a replica of the Matterhorn in Switzerland.
Holding the rope at the Climbing centre Monte Cervino (Bergschenhoek)
Calculated fall at the climbing-gym “Mountain Network THEA” in Amsterdam.
Bouldering in Mountain Network Amsterdam
Bouldering up and down at Monk Bouldergym
Information about the “Klimmuur Spaarnwoude” (in Dutch) incl. topo at: http://www.klimmuurspaarnwoude.nl/
Video: very populair 5C in climbingcentre Mountain Network THEA (Amsterdam, NL); easy with big holds, but long…….
- Ruud van Koten, klimmen in Nederland -