Tuesday, March 29, 2005


Last week I managed to do some rock climbing with my dad in Portugal, in the Redinha region. A nice limestone outcrop on the top of a hill with a very nice view over the green sorrounding valleys. The route above was the hardest I dared to try, "Diga a Frase" F6a+. Also tried a couple of V+'s, a V and a IV+, and all felt much harder than what I'm used to at the West Way here in London. The limestone here has some crazy features, and there is even a little church built into the crag!


My climbing mates went to Sardinia a couple of weeks ago, in order to enjoy a bit of the mediterranean sun while doing some hard limestone climbing. I was green with envy because I wasn't able to go with them! Here are some really cool pics.