Climbing in the Maltese and Gozitan landscapes is one of the best activities to experience during spring and autumn, when temperatures are milder. Both Malta and Gozo have a varied selection of low and high-grade climbs for all ages and experience levels. You will be spoiled for choice with the number of cliffs ranging from family-friendly to more advanced technical levels.
Abseiling and rope bridges do not require extensive physical demands leaving you to focus on having fun. For the experienced climbers, the Maltese Islands can challenge you to broaden your portfolio of Mediterranean climbs. Experts will be happy to try and conquer the different angles of rock, slabs, walls and even steep overhangs normally experienced in grade eight climbs. If climbing at home is hampered by poor weather conditions or if you are looking for a change from practicing your sport indoors, then Malta and Gozo are the ideal destination for you. Rock climbing is also a great way to have fun and build a strong connection with your friends or colleagues, as success is a team effort and requires cooperation, trust and good communication skills. Completing a challenge will help build confidence in you and your team and the feeling of success and satisfaction will be just one of the things that you take home with you.