Another crag within easy reach of Omis, at the top of the Cetina gorge. Nice drive, but to be honest the climbing wasn’t anything special. Maybe a jaundiced view as […]
Pretty crag, about 20km south of Omis. 60m routes on steep grey walls, covered in hidden jugs. Not to mention breathtaking views over the Adriatic.
A damp day coincided with an overdue need for a rest, so a side trip to Dubrovnik fitted the bill. Gorgeous walled city with the compelling back story of recent […]
Enough about pirates – what about the climbing? Well, there’s loads of it, much of which is spread along the road which winds out of town up the Cetina gorge, […]
Omis lies a couple of hours south of Paklenica, and 20km south of Split. The river Cetina has carved a deep gorge through rock barriers, into the sea, making the […]
The climbing really is outstanding – just wish they’d bump up the grades a bit!
Just as we’d settled into our seaside paradise, the convoy caught up with us 🙂 Mike, Geoff, Alf and Jean rolled into the campsite more or less as the rain […]
We figured we’d avoid the polish in the main gorge by doing one of the multi pitch routes. Sure enough, despite being only 5 minutes from the car, ### was […]
Paklenica National Park has the lucky juxtaposition of a stunning limestone gorge just a couple of miles from the Dalmatian coast. There are about 500 routes, from single pitch sports […]
In line with a new found determination to try and take more rest days, we headed for a couple of days R and R at Plitvice Lakes National Park. Any […]
We fancied a change of scene from Osp so headed south over the border into Croatia. There has been a lot of development around the town of Buzet, with half […]
Half an hour south of Osp, over the border into Croatia, lies Buzet, the latest mega crag to be developed in these parts. Actually a series of crags set in […]