I tried climbing when I was 7 for the first time and that's all I've ever done since. I joined the local competition team at the gym at 10 years old and focused all my time and energy to training. At age 14 I started competing internationally on the Slovenian Youth team. At 15 years old, only one short year after joining the team, I won the Youth Gold Medal in my division.
In 2008 I finally got to the top spot of the podium at the World Cup competition in Kranj, Slovenia.
I loved competing, but climbing outdoors on real rock is always where I find the most satisfaction and pleasure.
I prefer on-sight climbing. I think it captures the essence of climbing. You have to be able to adapt and make on the fly decisions, which trains the mind and body to be at its best, on and off the rock and these lessons transfer to your everyday life.
My hardest on-sight is Puede Hacer Menos (watch video) where I did the on-sight first ascent.
I don't like to spend much time working routes but still managed to climb La Rambla in Siurana in 2017.
I have gained so many experiences, been so many places and met so many wonderful people in my life, and I would like to share this knowledge with you. Join me for a day, a week or a month. After spending time with me, you will climb better, be and feel stronger, be more aware of your full potential, and have a greater appreciation for all the things we love, including some amazing outdoor cooking.
Anja is a woman, a climber, and masseuse, climbing photographer, adventurer, and traveler. My big passion is to be constantly motivated, to find new goals and to achieve them, and encourage others to reach their own. I have had my art skills since I was born. I guess I was never too clever for mathematics, so my talented eyes and hands were better than my brains, and through my experiences, in sport and nature I started with photography and be become truly addicted to this kind of art.
My husband gave me a chance to make a big step into professional climbing photography where I can find myself to be most creative.
I love climbing both as a climber and as a climber photographer. My goals are endless in both categories. You never know what life brings with each new step with new crazy opportunities. And climbing is the best sport to be complete with your body and soul to achieve creative and beautiful photography which takes your spirit to peace. Travel, climbing, taking photos and helping with, hands make me alive and be myself.
Anja and Klemen have been engaged in climbing trips for and spent a lot of time abroad for many years. During this time they have accumulated a lot of experience and knowledge of what the climbers on the trip really need. We would like to share our experiences with others so that, as a complement to the company of climbing holidays, we would also like to take photographs.
Together we act as a team and stand on our side, we always think together and find a common solution for a problem. In sports, there are highs and falls. Because we are both aware of this and we know how to cope with these pressures. This lifestyle has been dictated to us for more than 25 years. We are both adventurous in a soul, we are social and love to help people, we like nature and use it as much as possible. Our relationship is based on respect, friendship, loyalty, and love.
We have dedicated to photography, which is also part of our mission. The common path has been consolidating for many years and is complementary in the sports and spiritual spirit. A big passion for climbing along the natural walls and love to show to people, which we also delight them. We are also
We have always felt our mission path to create a very good climbing and comfortable community for everyone who adores the walls and nature. The most important thing for us is to create a good and homely atmosphere among people and to make people happy and healthy. Therefore, the company will complement the man who teaches climbing, both through climbing tourist organizations and individuals, for all who want to acquire new knowledge and improve their climbing technique and form and life in general.