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The main areas that we visited include:

Belgium: Freyr
Luxembourg: Berdorf
Hungary: By the time we reached here it was too late in the season, we were snowed on so abandoned it.
Romania: again, we had good intentions but it was too cold for us, sorry Romania.
Bulgaria: Belogradcik sandstone, amazing views but slightly crumbly congolomerate, for more information see

We climbed at Geyikbayiri and would highly recommend it to all sports climbers, for more information see

Jordan: Wadi Rum, what else is there to say? Brilliant even if you don't like rock clmbing
Egypt: We didn't find any rocks to play on here.
Ethiopia: There were plenty of rock outcrops in the Bale Mountains but we didn't manage to get to them.
Kenya: Lukenya, Ndeiya, Embaribal, Frog, Hell's Gate for more info contact the Mountain Club of Kenya, great people, good guide books. Kenya isn't only about big walls there are smaller sport and trad routes out there, most within an hour or two of Nairobi.
Uganda: Sipi Falls on the edge of Mount Elgon a small crag heavily bolted by some Italians apparently.
Tanzania: Lots and lots of granite boulders around Lake Victoria but most had houses built against the bottom of them, so no climbing.
Malawi: We saw lots of granite massives sticking up out of the forests on the Viphya plateau and did a very little bit of climbing on one of the them but didn't find any established climbing areas. We didn't get to the Mulanji massif though.
Zambia: We didn't manage any climbing here, mostly quite flat.
Botswana: The Tsodillo hills have masses of potential routes. We did one route on The Female hill, see the Botswana page or email us for more details.
Namibia: Spitzkopie, an amazing place to climb, really atmospheric and all types of routes on very frictioned granite. Harmony Crag near Windhoek had icicles on it when we visited but some great little climbs, all bolted.
South Africa: Our first climbing was on Table Mountain where we did a route right under the cable car. The next weekend we went up to Montague and played on the bolted routes at Leogoland and on the Steeple. Our last week of climbing was up at Rocklands which is mind blowing. There is great bouldering and some fun bolted routes but the trad potential is huge. We also went to Krom River and had an exhausting day climbing. For more info visit City rock, Cape Town or contact the msca
If you want more details on any of these places then email us. If you know of places we could visit next time then drop us a line about them.