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Ticking and logbook

Signup to get more out of the database. It's free.

Once you have created an account you will be able to:

  • Log your ascents as a permanent record of your climbing history
  • Get climb recommendations based on your climbing profile
  • Update the database to make it more accurate for the climbing community
  • Connect with other climbers, plan trips, find partners and keep up with what’s going on at your favorite crags

Start logging your ascents and the whole community benefits. Every ascent logged is a micro input into climb statistics, including popularity and route quality. Because ascents are logged against registered climbs, all these micro inputs combine to produce a robust community picture of climbing in an area.

theCrag is the original site for logging ascents, operating since 1999, and is the only site to be logging ascents against a comprehensive list of registered routes. The database has over 170,000 routes, and over 400,000 ascents logged.

Join us and help make it better for the whole climbing community.