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Bor Bouldertopo

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Bouldering in the northern part of the Czech Republic, close to Ostaš / Adršpach

Bor is one of the most important bouldering area in the Czech Republic and is clearly an area of ​​European significance. With its 311 (currently climbing) boulders and 1450+ problems there are still a great development potential for the future. Bor is one of the largest bouldering area in the Czech Republic. The area offers a full range of difficulty from 4 to 8C.
Bor is charactarised by the best sandstone - stronger and finer than Ostaš. Bouldering is done on the blocs, often with slopers as a grip.

  •     Orientation in the book: A sophisticated system of orientation across sectors - each boulder has its unique number and is quickly traceable to two kinds of lists.
  •     Boulder problems: Each sector is precisely mapped - contains a list of boulders in the sector, number of problems, difficulty, number of projects, etc.
  •     Number of boulder problems: 1450+ boulder problems, 311 boulders , 5 circuits, 45 boulder problems 8A-8B+,  302 boulder problems 7A-7C, 620 boulder problems 6A-6C
  •     Bouldering directions: Stones are carefully photographed with HDR (High Dynamic Range) technology. This makes the stones detail readable in detail.

The book is in Chezh, however it is so well done that you do not need to understand the language to come to this bouldering area and solve the problem. You will find the GPS coordinates, very good site plans, the best topos as well as pictograms in English. All of difficulties are presented, however predominant are 6A to 6C.

536 pages
Language: Czech
Edition 2018

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