Welcome to Rock Climbing Holidays your worldwide climbing guide. Not just about rock climbing holidays but all aspects of climbing from the gear you buy, to 'how to' guides written by experts. We aim to help you get more from your time on the rocks whether you are new to climbing and want to learn or are an experienced climber looking for the best rock climbing holidays.

Rockbusters: European Rock Climbing Road Trip

European Rock Climbing Road Trip image by Rockbusters

If you fancy spending the summer scaling rock faces rather than the career ladder then this trip might be for you. The Rockbusters team is travelling across Europe this summer on a European rock climbing road trip. You are welcome Read more »

Six of the best climbing harness brands

Best climbing harness brands flickr image by MariaChily

For anyone looking to make their first climbing harness purchase, it can be a slightly daunting task. With so many brands and different pricing points, it’s not easy to narrow down your choices. Should you purchase Read more »

Cheap rock climbing holidays in Europe

Cheap rock climbing holidays flickr image by Magnezja

If you’re looking for a great way to get fit and build muscle but something that’s also a really fun way to enjoy a holiday then cheap rock climbing holidays in Europe might be the perfect solution. Read more »

Donegal

Rock Climbing Donegal courtesy of Unique Ascent

The county of Donegal on the north west tip of Ireland has more rock climbing locations, routes and immaculate rock than the rest of Ireland combined. From the mudstone roofs at Muckross in the south of Read more »

Seychelles

Seychelles Rock Climbing Flickr image by dibaer

The Seychelles are a collection of over 100 islands lying in the Indian Ocean, to the north of Madagascar. They are a top luxury holiday destination, with some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, and a Read more »

Lanzarote

Lanzarote Rock Climbing Wikimedia Commons image by Frank Vincentz

The volcanic landscape of Lanzarote is famed for its distinctive rock formations, so you’d expect rock climbing to be a popular sport here. However without big peaks most serious rock climbers overlook the island, leaving rock Read more »