Climbing in Bosnien and Herzegovina
This is a comprehensive guidebook describing the sport climbing in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country with diverse mountain landscapes, rocky canyons, hilly forests, quiet villages, welcoming locals, and great food. In addition it has high quality limestone crags in wild, romantic locations, and is one of the last secret, underrated climbing destinations in Europe.
The guidebook covers 34 separated crags with around 800 single pitch sport routes, 60 multi-pitch sport routes, and 100 boulder problems. The climbing is spread across a good range of grades, and all the routes are shown on colour photo topos.
For each crag there is a location map, approach information, plus GPS co-ordinates for the parking areas and the crag itself. There is a description of the character and style of climbing to be found, along with a chart showing an overview of the routes grade spread and total number of routes. Symbols are used to show orientation of the climbing area, altitude of the crag, approach time, maximum route length, quality of the protection, the steepness of the rock, and best time of the year to climb.
Published in April 2018 this guidebook is in Bosnian and English text throughout. At the start of the guidebook there is plenty of information regarding travel, transport, accommodation, food and drink, plus money matters, as well as health and safety tips.
Language: Bosnian / English
1st Edition 2017
Igor Vukic & David Lemmerer