Plans are meant to be broken

**REFLECTIONS FROM HALFWAY: SEPTEMBER 7, 2019** If everything went exactly as planned, life would be so boring. We planned for a month of route development and climbing in Armenia. We planned to establish long multipitch routes. We planned the majority of our trip in September to take advantage of perfect weather – not too hot, … Continue reading Plans are meant to be broken

Project Armenia

In seven days we fly to Armenia. We’ve called the expedition Project Armenia. We’ll be travelling to a remote area in the north of the country, on the boundary of Dilijan National Park and along the route of the Transcaucasian Trail (TCT). Here there extends a 7km long limestone escarpment, ranging from 50m to 250m … Continue reading Project Armenia