Rocktober in Istria is coming to an end. Climbing conditions have been highly diverse, ranging from Indian summer days to windy and rainy weather. The most challenging ascent of Rocktober was accomplished by the young Italian climber Andrea Chelleris, who smashed the fast ascent of the roof named Sanjski par extension (9a) in the left part of Mišja peč. In recent days and weeks, several notable
Started from the 16th of September, a group of 12 members from the Croatian Bolting School dedicated themselves to rebolting nearly all the routes in Brseč's premier sector, known as Pod Križ. The project was initially supposed to be finished within one week period but it was prolonged due to the bad weather. All the existing bolts in sector Pod Križ have had become rusty due
Andrea Chelleris, a 14-year-old prodigy from Tarvisio, Italy, has once again demonstrated his exceptional skills by completing the challenging Sanjski Par Extension (9a) route, located in the left section of Mišja peč, commonly known as Tedi's Cave. This was already the 6th route in the 9th grade for young Andrea. Andrea had previously attempted this route last year, after his successful ascent of Martin Krpan (9a).
The warm summer weather continues to linger. This Sendtember has been unusually hot for this time of year, with temperatures hovering around 30 degrees Celsius, making it feel like summer hasn't ended. However some climbers just refused to be beaten. After the World Cup in Lead climbing in Koper in the beginning of the September, 17 years old Bulgarian climber Niki Rusev made a short visit to