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dcostell


Sep 14, 2010, 4:50 PM
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Howdy all, I'm an American moving to Vienna and I was wondering if anyone around here had a suggestion of good forums to check for finding climbing partners in Austria, suggested areas to look for trad in the area, and the like.


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Sep 21, 2010, 2:46 AM
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http://www.bergsteigen.at/


nzjimmy


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I've been living in Vienna for a couple of years and just got back into climbing in the last 6 months (had been a couple of years since I last climbed in France)... but I mostly do sport climbing - no trad.

The Alpenverein has a bunch of different sections in Vienna, no doubt with folk that do trad climbing. The largest section, if you're joining that club, is the Edelweiss - they have a climbing wall in the town center and tonnes of course, events etc. that they organise:
http://www.edelweiss-center.at

Hope this helps and ping me if you want to head to an indoor wall over the winter here.

Cheers,
Jimmy


dcostell


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Thanks for the info - I went ahead and signed up with them. Hopefully we'll run into one another!

D


karelmatt


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Hi, I hope you can help me out.. I am gonna move to Vienna, and I wanna find out everything about it.. good stores, good parks, hairdressers , how people are , if they are kind etc , EVERYTHING ! thank u..
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nzjimmy


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That might take a while to type... I'll just say life is pretty good here.

There's a book called Living in Vienna, published by the American Womens Association that goes into a bit more detail.


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