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Welcome!

This is a basic site about the beautiful and fascinating parks of Australia.

On this site you can read all about my travels to different parks, see photos, and find links to park websites.

This sample site is an example of using the core of Joomla! to create a basic website, whether a "brochure site,"  a personal blog, or as a way to present information on a topic you are interested in.

Read more about the site in the About Parks module.

 

Rock and Ice climbing

  • “Macedonskiy” 6b, 40m FA trad

    The basalt crag above village Bjni, where during early eighties they organized Soviet Union rock climbing championships, is still desired trad climbing cliff just 32km from Yerevan.

     
  • With Jacob Balzani Lööv

    Jacob Balzani Loov an Italian photographer and journalist visited Armenia for the work, and at once appeared to our climbing circle to fill his weekends with a joy.

     
  • Revival WI4, 33m

    Our coolest friend, Hayk Barseghyan, had found this amazing part of Akhuryan gorge a long ago, and recently he guessed that it can become into ice climbing paradise in Armenia pretty much recently..

     
  • 11 new sport climbs in Hrazdan gorge, Yerevan

    Recently we gut supported by 100 bolts and hangers by Russian Mountaineering Federation via our friend Armen Ter-Minasyan. 

     

Mountaineering and Backcountry skiing

  • Ski-touring in Armenia and more

    Mystic basalt columns and limestone had been the initial motivation to travel to Armenia, but the potential for outdoor adventures took us by surprise as did the culturel experience.

     
  • Rock Us in the Caucasus - Georgia

    Here is the second part of the project “Rock Us in the Caucasus 2015”, which was held in Chaukhi mountains and Mt. Kazbeg in Georgia.

     
  • Ski-touring review 2016/17

     Winter 2016/17 was a season for joy and exploration of new ski touring areas and tracks in Armenia and Georgia. 

     
  • Mt Ushba south peak (4710m)

    When two guys, who had never met before and don’t know much about each other (besides couple of g-mails) immediately set of to climb a serious mountain from the meeting place – they call it “nonsense” in mountaineering, you will agree!

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