The Paklenica national park is incredibly varied when it comes to rock climbing. As a result, there is an abundance of different trips I am able to offer. And this multi-pitch rock climbing trip is the most custom and exclusive of them all.
For a full day, I would like to take you on a private, multi-pitch climbing course on the stunning canyons of the Paklenica national park. You will be constantly surrounded by beautiful wilderness throughout this trip. But try not to get too distracted, as your focus will be required for the exciting rock walls!
There are three different options to choose from on this course, which will consist of just you and me. The first option lasts from 4 to 5 hours, and will take you up as high as 150 metres. The second option lasts from 5 to 6 hours, and will take you up as high as 250 metres. And the third option lasts from 6 to 8 hours, and will take you up as high as 350 metres. And no matter which option you choose, I can guarantee you that you will have a memorable climbing experience.
For this course it is important that participants have prior lead climbing experience. You should also have outdoor climbing experience as well. Participants should also be in good physical condition as well.
Are you looking for a rock climbing trip that will push you, teach you, and elevate your skills? Then send me a request and join me at the Paklenica national park, and let me guide you on a one on one multi-pitch climbing adventure.
Price per person
- Guiding fee
- Personal equipment
Skill level required
Fitness level required
Paklenica National Park
There are comfortable accommodation options in the nearby city of Zadar that I would be happy to recommend to you.
Participants should bring the following items: comfortable clothing and shoes, water flask, sun protection and snacks.
How to get to the Paklenica National Park
Address: Paklenicka ulica, 23244 Starigrad - Paklenica (easy to find with Google Maps)
Types of transport:
1. By bus
Nearest airport: Zadar Airport
* Please let me know which transport you are using in order to determine start time of the activity.