Route heights: Up to 25m
Air temperature: Between 10°C and 35°C, depending on the season
Climbing equipment: Helmet, harnesses and ropes, climbing shoes
Equipment & Staff: All equipment used is registered and certified at the EU and the UIAA standards. All customers must wear a helmet at all times while climbing. All of our professional guides are registered at Croatian mountain rescue service. Staff members speak Croatian and English.
Fitness Level: A minimum level of fitness is required
Previous experience: Not necessary
Age: Minimum age is 18 years (or less with parental consent)
Food and drinks: 0,5l water
Onsite Facilities: Toilets are not available at the climbing area
Special Conditions: The operator has the right to cancel tours, without notice at their discretion depending on the weather conditions. All safety instructions from Adventure Dalmatia’s staff must be adhered to.
Number of people per day: Minimum of 15 and a Maximum of 50. Available only for groups from 15 people and more.
Availability: Every day during the whole year. This trip runs if there are 10 or more people. E-mail us regarding dates and tell us the number of people in your group. We will inform you about the dates available.
Starts from: Pile entrance of city walls
Climbing tour departure times: Booking in advance necessary
Duration of the activity:Depends on the number of people
Price: Upon request.
The price includes: Water, equipment, insurance and guide assistance
Payment: Cash or bank payment
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