/ Berdorf (Luxembourg) guidebook?
But you could also prepare your trip on http://www.climbing.lu/?page_id=353, and by the topo when you are there.
Just buy one at the campsite. Stop trying to plan it, and just go, it's really good. Both Andi T and I thought so. There is plenty for you to do there, pretty much all grades have quality routes to do.
Ive a guide for Churchill rocks if you want.
That link only seems to allow orders from Belgium Luxembourg and Holland. Do you have any that would deliver to the UK??
Readza: Yes, I KNOW!!! It's not so easy rallying the troops up here and I find it more motivating with a guidebook...
They will deliver to other countries, mail them for info/cost. It says so down in the info ages (didnīt know I could read that rubbish eh?).
Canīt say Iīd bother to go to Berdorf myself (I lived and climbed in Belgium for 2 years so saw every grotty little rock in the area) but I guess compared with where you live itīs brilliant:-)
like jimtitt already said, mail them @ firstname.lastname@example.org and i 'm sure you will be able to work something out.
You do know that you need a permit to climb there?
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