Unique Geology and Climbing: A Literature Review

@article{Ruban2020UniqueGA,
  title={Unique Geology and Climbing: A Literature Review},
  author={Dmitry A. Ruban and Vladimir A. Ermolaev},
  journal={Geosciences},
  year={2020}
}
Geological and geomorphological heritage (geoheritage) is often found in mountain domains that also provide resources for climbing, mountaineering, bouldering, and canyoning. The relevant research has grown in the 2010s, and its main findings need systematization. The present paper reviews the available scientific articles dealing with geoheritage and climbing activities. The number of sources remains limited, and the majority of them focus on Europe. However, these sources are rather diverse… 

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