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Elphistone

Blue Mountains Climbing

Today @sasha_gerzhasent Bandula (32/8b+). I took this photo in his second attempt. He almost sent it at the time, falling just before the chain.
I would really like to thank @sasha_gerzha and @justinbgormly for showing the spot where I was able to abseil and take this shot, this was my first time taking photographs at Elphistone. What a unique place

 

Sasha Gersha climbing Bandula (32/8b+)

Check out the virtual tour for Elphistone to see this route and much more. 

 

Sasha Gersha climbing Bandula (32/8b+)

 

 

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New tour and new feature

Blue Mountains Climbing

Centennial Glenn

It has been six months since the launching of The 360 Guide. Today I am back to launch the new tour for Centennial Glenn in the Blue Mountains and also to announce that we are working on a proper App, but in the meantime we have developed a file that you can download to your mobile and watch the tour offline.

Hope you like it and enjoy it.

 

Watch it online or download it

 

 

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The Launch

Virtual reality climbing guidebook
Jake Noblett taking a little whip after finishing climbing Drifting Ashore (20/6b+) at Point Perpendicular

 

Heading

After five years travelling  thousands of kilometres and almost 100,000 pictures taken, I have finally decided to let it go and launch The 360 Guide. During that time I have been able to meet new friends, catch up with old friends and visit different places around Australia and the world.

When I started this project I just wanted to show how places really looks like, but after five years on the road and witnessing first hand how rain patterns are quickly changing, I also want people to start caring about these places and take actions to protect them

Today I would like to thank my wife Damayra and children, Diego and Daniel who have been by my side all this time while developing this project. I also need to thanks My parents, Juan and Elizabeth who gave me life and brought me up the way I am today, otherwise I would have not done this. Last but not least, my friend Jake who has been with me in most of the places featured in this site.

The journey still continues.

I hope you enjoy it and share it.