Decorated with stunning and rugged mountains with deep winding valleys, Bulgaria’s beauty has been largely ignored by the global climbing community. And what’s more, these climbs amidst stunning scenery can be accessed by almost anyone, from experienced climbers to first-timers. Visit during the warmer months between June and October for ideal climbing conditions.
Situated in the southeast of Europe, the Balkan state of Bulgaria is largely covered with mountains, deep valleys, plains and plateaus. To the north it borders Romania, to the west it borders Serbia and Macedonia, to the south Turkey and Greece, while its eastern shores rest off the Black Sea. Despite its small size it offers a range of diversity, from snow-covered peaks to the sunny and mild Black Sea coast.
Although small in size the country is home to a variable climate. It is largely influenced by continental and Mediterranean weather conditions, with mild summers and cold winters.
Visit during the warmer months between June and October for ideal climbing conditions.
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