Climber seconding an easy pitch on route called Brahmova smer (5c) in Paklenica, Croatia. Paklenica valley is one of the world's premiere locations for multi-pitch sport climbing, as it offers sharp sea-bitten limestone climbing suitable for all skills.
(Anića Kuk, Paklenica National Park, Croatia)
Spring climbing in Staničev vrh. Despite the rock being partially wet, majority of routes are bolted and therefore made it possible for us to reach the summit.
(Staničev vrh, Kamnik-Savinja Alps, Slovenia)
Airy! Alpinist in one of the more exposed pitches of route DKV - aptly named after the surnames of the first three climbers - in north face of Veliki Draški vrh above the Krma valley in Julian Alps.
(Veliki Draški vrh, Triglav National Park, Slovenia)
Severozahodni steber of Srebrnjak has to be one of the better IV-graded climbs in Julian Alps. Incredibly solid rock, steepness, somewhat tricky pathfinding, as well as almost guaranteed solitude are what makes this route above valley of Zadnja Trenta well worth the visit.
(Srebrnjak, Triglav National Park, Slovenia)
Climber in the finishing moves of Papa Paye route (5b) in Gendarme d'Orny. This short, but steep rock wall is located very close to the trail leading to Cabane d'Orny hut.
(Gendarme d'Orny, Mont Blanc range, Switzerland)
Climber taking a short break and enjoying in the vistas surrounding her. The route - North ridge of Mala Mojstrovka - is one of the must-do short, IV-graded classics surrounding the Vršič pass in Julian Alps.
(Mala Mojstrovka, Triglav National Park, Slovenia)
Climber seconding the steepest & most exposed, but best pitch on the Central pillar of Veliko Špičje in Julian Alps. The adventure on this route starts way down in the valley, and includes pathfinding through deserted forests, beautiful meadows, poor rock at the start of the climb, beautiful climbing later on, and downclimbing a II-III graded route in descent.
(Veliko Špičje, Triglav National Park, Slovenia)
Hudičev steber ("Devil's Pillar") is a classic mountaineering route in Prisojnik, a gigantic peak in the heart of Julian Alps. Route is of moderate grade, but requires good sense of pathfinding, and a lot of experience in this kind of terrain.
(Prisojnik, Triglav National Park, Slovenia)
Perfect gneiss rock makes climbing Mittagfluh by any of the many routes pure joy. Exposure, short access, and southern orientation are just an added plus.
(Mittagfluh, Grimselpass, Switzerland)
Once reaching the top of Aiguille Dibona, one of the most prominent granite pillars in the world, you got to feel good! The peak offers superb granite climbing in a spectacular setting.
(Aiguille Dibona, Barre des Ecrins National Park, France)