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Climbing gym

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

  • After the Festival…(AfterFest)

    With the end of the Festival our motivation didn´t end! We saw so many lines, still unclimbed that we decided to spend one more week in Armenia for more first ascents!

     
  • 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.

     
  • Solo climbing the "Doudouk" 5.10d

    Well, all the guys who I have sent a message via facebook, to go for climbing on Sunday, where not in the planned venue. 

     
  • American Mountain West tour 2016

    The dreams seems to be really powerful. How else would you describe your first climbing trip in US, where Jim Donini drives you to Yosemite, Indian Creek, Red Rocks, Black Canyon and Eldorado canyon..?

     

Mountaineering and Backcountry skiing

  • "Fox Mountains" ski-touring

    Dani and Miriam Domingo’s were just purchased their Black Diamond ski-touring equipment, and we had to find an appropriate destination to “celebrate” that event ;))

     
  • French Ski-tour in Armenia

    From Feb 25 to March 5, a French group was hosted by Up The Rocks for ski-touring program in Armenia.

     
  • Ski Touring in Georgia 2015!

    The initiator of this ski touring program Andre Souvignet, and Up the Rocks was hosting Andre’s team with a pleasure in Georgia.

     
  • 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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