Topo – Kletterführer Haardt
Three of my images were selected and included into the newest Haardt Topo. The climbing spots described in this climbing guidebook are all located on the eastern edge of the Palatinate Forest (Pfälzerwald) – the Haardt, and therewith belong to climbing area Southern Palatinate (Südpfalz). All crags described offer sandstone climbing in former quarries in varying grades up to 11- (UIAA).
Author: Bruno Vogel; Editor: Gerald Krug
Publishing: Geoquest Verlag, Halle (Germany)
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For the November 2020 edition of the common climber magazine, I was selected featured photographer of the month. Besides showcasing some of my images, I was also asked for an interview and some of my images made it into the first edition of the common climber anthology. In case you wonder what lepyruvate means, you will find the answer in the interview. You can read the entire interview for free on common climber.
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Topo – Seebach crag
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For me it was creating a topo myself. Cheating? Perhaps, but also lots of work and fun.
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