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Muntii BUCEGI - Peretele Costilei
postat de nrudolfs
10
September
2012
Descrierea traseului Bebe si Mircea din Peretele Costilei, Muntii Bucegi
1004

postat de geo_bivuac
24
January
2013
Ultimul traseu din peretele Costilei
1015

postat de IoanaDark
28
September
2012
4B, 4l.c., Peretele Costilei, Echipa: Mati & Ioana
1023

postat de geo_bivuac
17
March
2013
Un traseu scurt dar dur la liber, 3LC, 5A din peretele Costilei
1006

postat de geo_bivuac
17
March
2013
4 lungimi de coarda, 5B din Peretele Costilei
1002

postat de geo_bivuac
17
March
2013
Un traseu foarte frumos de 6 lungimi de coarda in peretele Costilei
1002

postat de geo_bivuac
17
March
2013
Cel mai dificil traseu din peretele Costilei
1015

postat de geo_bivuac
15
March
2012
Prezentarea traseului Scorpionul din peretele Vulturilor din Costila
1013

postat de geo_bivuac
17
March
2013
4 lungimi de coarda, Peretele Costilei, 5B
1003


Peretele Costilei - 9 trasee
Tancul Mic - 8 trasee
Tancul Ascutit - 2 trasee

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Chris Sharma Free Climbs a Giant Redwood Tree
Like most kids, Chris Sharma grew up climbing trees. Born and raised in Santa Cruz, California, Sharma’s earliest climbing experiences involved scaling the limbs of trees in his parents’ backyard. In 1992, a 12-year-old Sharma traded trees for both indoor and outdoor rock climbing when he discovered the sport in one of the earliest indoor climbing gyms in the U.S. He quickly went on to be recognized as one of the best rock climbers in the world, winning both national and international climbing competitions as a teen, and ultimately pushing global standards into the realm of climbs rated at 5.15. (For a primer on climbing grades and terminology, click here.) His iconic first ascents of routes named Realization (5.15a) and Jumbo Love (5.15b) were the first of those respective grades in the world and milestone achievements in the sport of rock climbing.