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Rock climbing in Istria

The Istria region, which includes rock climbing around Pula, Pazin and Rovinj is the second best rock climbing region in Croatia after National park Paklenica. In terms of routes there more than 500 routes here, which are primarily single pitch, well bolted and on solid limestone rock. Nearby there is in addition the outstanding rock at Osp in Slovenia, and additional mountain climbing can be discovered close to Trieste in Italy. This attractive area has a fantastic blend of levels and has got something for everyone.

Rock climbing in Istria

The most ideal time to rock climb in Istria is the spring season and fall months; although as a result of the diverse character of the crags it is possible to climb throughout the year. For instance it is possible to climb at towns and villages like Cepic, Rovinj, Pazin and Pula in the warm summer season, or climb at sheltered crags such as Raspadalica, Limski Kanal and Dvigrad in the winter months. Istria is a well-known holiday retreat, with the major towns being Umag, Porec, Rovinj, and Pula. Istrian rocks, packed with different difficulties, are requiring both for top sportsmens and newbies. Aside from the stunning unscathed nature more and more valued by mountain climbers, the rocks primarily are turned toward the south, making it possible for mountain climbers to wear short sleeves even in winter months. This region is perfect to involve a couple of days rock climbing as component of your summer vacation. In Istria you can easy find the climbing region that fits you and your pals the most!

List of rock climbing areas in Istria

Istarske toplice, Kamena vrata, Nugla, Krkuz, Cepic, Ponte Porton, Pazin, Dvigrad, Limski kanal, Rovinj, Rabac, Vela Draga, Brsec, Moscenicka draga.

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