How it works

The ecopoint trips you find here are experience reports from climbers describing sustainable climbing trips. For each ecopoint trip, you find information on how to get there, where to stay, how to reach the crag(s), tips, how to book the trip, and the author. For a quick overview, you also find the most important ecopoint and climbing facts listed on the right hand side, respectively. Furthermore, to make ecopoint trips as accessible as possible for everyone, we have identified the nearest major railway station for each crag. Since the most difficult part of sustainable climbing is the last few metres to the crag but people who want to climb sustainably are spread all over the world, you can thereby also benefit from the experiences of those who do not have the same starting point as you: you just need to find your train connection to the nearest major railway station of the crag.

To explore the ecopoint trips, you can either use the map or filter for ecopoint trips based on your preferences in the blog.