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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.” 

     
  • Revival WI4, 33m

    Our coolest friend, Hayk Barseghyan, had found this amazing part of Akhuryan gorge a long ago, and recently he guessed that it can become into ice climbing paradise in Armenia pretty much recently..

     
  • Dancing the vertical and horizontal lines of Armenia

    Before reading an article in Rock & Ice and watching Sam Bie’s excellent film on Armenian climbing, we virtually knew nothing about this little land locked country, except for the genocide and their world famous wrestlers.

     
  • Experience with Alex Chabot and Sam Bie

    When Sam Bie emailed me about their wish to visit Armenia with Alex Chabot and establish new routes on basalt columns then I realized that the rock climbing is going to rise on the new level in Armenia.

     

Mountaineering and Backcountry skiing

  • Aghvan Chatinyan (Armenian hard man)

    Aghvan Chatinyan was born on December 14, 1927 in Vardapluri, a village in Stepanavan, Armenia. 

     
  • Dobré a bezpečné lyžování v Arménii

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

     
  • "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 ;))

     
  • 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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