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Climbing gym

1 Kajaznuni, Yerevan. 
Tel: 374-93-337-937
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Rock and Ice climbing

  • America to Armenia

    Phhh. Our car stalls in the Zvartnots parking lot just as the third member of our climbing team, Marius, reports he “knows how to drive stick.” 

     
  • First Noravanq climbing this season

    On Sunday afternoon Vahe, Alla, Marina and me decided to go to Noravank for climbing. Soon we met our friends there and joined to a picnic. 

     
  • “Macedonskiy” 6b, 40m FA trad

    The basalt crag above village Bjni, where during early eighties they organized Soviet Union rock climbing championships, is still desired trad climbing cliff just 32km from Yerevan.

     
  • Armenian Team at Flatanger climbing Festival

    This year our club got involved in Youth in Action projects and we started with representing Armenia in the event “Experience the Eldorado of Nature” on June 22-29, in Flatanger, Norway.

     

Mountaineering and Backcountry skiing

  • Dobré a bezpečné lyžování v Arménii

    With Jan Pala, we had planned this ski-tour trip in Armenia around a year ago.

     
  • Rock Us in the Caucasus - Georgia

    Here is the second part of the project “Rock Us in the Caucasus 2015”, which was held in Chaukhi mountains and Mt. Kazbeg in Georgia.

     
  • Expedition on mount Alamkouh(4850m), Iran

    On Aug 14 our team arrived at Tehran. After lodging at our friend Arayik’s place and having a rest, with Sourik we set of to Meydanm Monirie where a lot of mountaineering equipment stores are located.

     
  • Mt Ushba south peak (4710m)

    When two guys, who had never met before and don’t know much about each other (besides couple of g-mails) immediately set of to climb a serious mountain from the meeting place – they call it “nonsense” in mountaineering, you will agree!

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