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Poland Jura

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 clp123 10 Jan 2021

Post Covid heading to Poland. Got guidebook I see most of the easier routes are marked as "trad" does this mean no bolts or old doubtful gear.

 Andy Manthorpe 12 Jan 2021
In reply to clp123:

This link may help.

https://www.theuiaa.org/home/a-guide-to-rock-climbing-access-and-nature-conservation-in-poland/

As I understand it, the Jura is a limestone area, so I think there will be sport climbs and trad climbs (in the UK sense). I haven't been so can't give you a definite answer.

 clp123 12 Jan 2021
In reply to Andy Manthorpe:

Thanks the more info before I go the better 

 dannyboy83 Global Crag Moderator 12 Jan 2021
In reply to clp123:

The Jura is a beautiful area with thousands of sport routes and I’m pretty sure there are plenty of easier bolted lines. Most of the guidebooks and topos show the location of all the bolts. Check out portalgorski.pl for a huge database of all the crags.

 pavelk 12 Jan 2021
In reply to clp123:

There is a lot of both, sport and trad. Some nuts may be useful. Expect lot of pockets and slippery footholds


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