There are already websites with maps and topos to crags throughout the world. There are already websites with route descriptions, photos, and ratings that give climbers the opportunity to talk about particular climbs. There are already websites that allow people to create blog posts and embed pictures and videos into their blogs. There is only one website that combines all of these elements and adds an easy-to-use online topo editor, making it the ultimate climbing destination website - 27crags.com.
Based in Finland, 27crags.com shares information about crags all over the world. Once you join 27crags (it's free) you can set up a profile for yourself, create a blog if you want, put up some pictures, or even just set up your tick list and your to-do list. You can also share your favorite climbing destinations and your favorite climbs with others.
Is your favorite climb or climbing destination not on 27crags? Is there a place you have recently visited to climb that is not on 27crags? If so, you can add it yourself! Simply type in the name, locate it on the Google map, upload some photos if you have any, write some descriptions and make your own topo! 27crags.com offers a unique point-and-click topo editor, so you can change the line of a route if it is wrong or add on variations of the route if you know of variations.
27crags.com is a social and interactive climbing website that climbers of all ages and styles can enjoy. It's a website designed to help you learn about new climbs and destinations, while you help others learn about new climbs and destinations as well!
Join today at 27crags.com!
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