Grandes voies de Corse :
3rd edition 2021
Bound 15 X 21 cm
312 pages all in colour
Bilingual French / English
Multi-pitch climbing in Corsica – Grandes voies de Corse
Corsica is a thriving and increasingly popular area for rock climbing, with a backdrop of superb natural landscapes within which climbers of all levels, ambitions and desires will find and fulfil their climbing dreams!
Selected from the hundreds of known, documented multi-pitch routes located on the island’s crags and cliffs, this guidebook describes 110 routes of all levels, from pure trad to fully-bolted and everything in between. They are scattered across all massifs in Corsica except Bavella, for which a specific topo guide has been created (See the Bavella-Corsica guidebook).
This extensive geographical coverage allows wandering climbers to go in search of varied climbing styles, surroundings and fun, and for climbers based in a specific location to find suitable muti-pitch routes close at hand.
Of course the guidebook features the key, famous routes, but also contains newly-established routes and rediscovered gems.
Our aim has been to give as reliable and precise information as possible for each route. We provide a photo with the route traced onto it, details of the walk-in, the necessary gear and a precise description, particularly for trad routes. We have also set aside space in the guidebook for a large number of photos, to give you a taste of what is to come in your next vertical adventures.
See an extract of the Grandes voies de Corse guidebook below.
To keep the guidebook up-to-date we have developed the climbing app OmegaRoc. It provides access to the digital guidebook and its updates in real time.
This digital guidebook is free for those who have already purchased the hard copy.
The hard copy guidebook and the digital version: 35,00€ (postage paid)
The digital guidebook : 25,00 € (– discount)
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Easy crags in Corsica
This digital topo presents near to thirty climbing sites which include at least one sector at moderate grade (grade 4 and 5).
Available in the OmegaRoc climbing app