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One possibility you have is to find a hiking club. There are some all over the world and that's where you'll probably find the most involved hikers, those ready to invest money on long hiking trips, far from home. Most of these clubs have online forums or some sort of ad board where people would post any climbing partner search ad. They also organise these ...


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A year or two ago I worked on a project in Amsterdam and flew weekly between London and Schipol. There's a half decent indoor climbing centre in the city and I regularly took indoor climbing gear in my carry on; harness rope quickdraws karabinas I didn't carry any trad gear such as nuts, hexes or keys. Only once did I get asked to open my luggage when ...


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So I contacted Munich airport and they were quick to reply: climbing equipment in general is no problem also large cams and friends are ok the only exception being: no sharp or pointed objects i.e. no nut tools These answers were from the responsible department of the airport and the person in charge also absolutely knew what they were talking about in ...


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Is Climbing Gear Allowed in Carry-On Luggage? My answer is based on personal anecdotes and common sense. I'm using TSA as a reference because its prohibited item search tool is quite simply awesome, as opposed to the EU list of prohibited items which is (IMHO purposefully) generic and vague. Carabiners / Quick-Draws I have carried carabiners in hand ...



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