Turkish youth climbing camp goes ahead in April
27 Mar 2009
Young climbers from 16 to 29 years of age are invited to an international climbing camp in Geyibayiri, Antalya, Turkey next month.
The camp will be held from April 13-18 and up to six participants from each country can take part. Everybody should be able to lead climb a minimum of UIAA VI+ grade (6a French grade).
The event is organised as part of the UIAA Global Youth Summit (GYS). You can find more summer treks, climbing camps and ascents for people between 18-30 on the GYS Calendar.
The main goal for the camp is for the participants to experience Turkey, climb together and go back home with improved climbing skills.
The camp, 40km from Antalya Airport, is only five minutes' walk from cliffs with almost 500 routes.
The price is 220 euro per participant, including accommodation and full board.
Those who would like to take part should read the invitation and send in the registration form. The event is organised by the Mountaineering Federation of Turkey and the .