Kostenets

The newest sport climbing crag in Bulgaria had been opened last weekend with a meeting – competition. Over 60 participants took part in it and most of the new routes got its ascents and assessment, but … Read More

Komshtitsa

It is one of the newest climbing crags developed in last 3 years, located very close to the Serbian border, that’s why you shouldn’t be surprised if officers of border police ask for your papers.  The … Read More

Teteven

It is about 120 km. in northeast direction from Sofia away. To the crag close to town of Teteven belong two sectors: Ribaritsa and Sinyoto kolelo (the blue wheel). Both are relatively new developed in last … Read More

Vratsa region

It is huge cliff close to Vratsa – 130km northeast from Sofia, the second biggest climbing area in Bulgaria. This place is very popular among the trad and bolted multipitch lovers. The main cliff is about … Read More

Komini, Vitosha mountain

Komini is a rock formation from two separated rocks right above Sofia. 20km from the center of the city away to the exit point of the path, which leads to the cliff (20 min.) All routes … Read More

Bozhenitsa

Bozhenitsa is a climbing area with two crags very close the village of Bozhenitsa. It is located 20km. away from town of Botevgrad and about 80km. from Sofia. It is appropriate for beginners and intermediate. The … Read More

Lakatnik

Lakatnik is the name of small village in the valley of Iskar river about 60 km. from Sofia. It has 4 climbing crags with height between 20 to 45m. Lovely place for sofia’s climbers for one-day … Read More

Prohodna cave

It might is the most famous climbing crag in Bulgaria. About 120 km. away from Sofia, close to town of Lukovit. It is huge tunnel cave with about 40 m. height. Here you will find routes … Read More

Malyovitsa

The valley of Malyovitsa is called “The cradle of bulgarian  alpinism”. Here had begun every climber, who later headed to the high mountains. Located around 90 km from Sofia in the heart of Rila mountain it … Read More