COMPETITION: WINNERS - Win a Rockbusters European Climbing Trip or Climbing Gear

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Rockbusters Climbing invite you to join them for their annual Europe Trip this summer (August-October 2018).

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The trip sets off from the sandstone towers of the Elbe Mountains where you can test your trad skills and experience the famous protection using knots and slings.

Later the crew moves on to Frankenjura to sample its vicious limestone pockets. Next on is granite climbing over the alpine meadows of Zillertal, Austria.

From then on things get a bit more mellow as the trip visits the old school Italian venue of Finale Ligure.

The next leg of the Rockbusters Europe Climbing trip will take you to Ceuse and then Gorges du Tarn.

In Spain, the Trip will stop in Margalef and then finish the epic drive through the continent's best climbing destinations in Rodellar.

In each of the locations, the trip will stop for one week. Check out the full schedule here.

The Rockbusters Climbing contest prizes:

The first two places win a one-week Rockbusters Climbing trip (you can choose any of the still available destinations scheduled as part of the Europe Trip)

The third and fourth winners can choose between a Singing Rock Penta Helment, Onyx Harness or Vision Quickdraws.

What are you getting into and what you can expect?

  • Pure climbing experience without compromises!
  • As much climbing you can possibly take, from dawn till dusk.
  • Professional climbing coaching and instructions for beginners, intermediate and advanced climbers.
  • Rockbusters arrange all the logistics from airport pick up, accommodation, crag transport, material, detailed knowledge of the areas, crags, routes…
  • Meeting new climbing buddies.
  • A trip designed by climbers for climbers. We live for climbing!

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