Export ascent data from

There are multiple reasons for exporting your ascents from First and foremost to create a backup copy of your data in a neutral format and then of course to transfer your ascent data to a different service such as theCrag.

If you wish to export YOUR ascent data from other services such as 27Crags, UKClimbing or Mountain Project and require assistance, please Contact Us, we might be able to help you with this process. has a history of making undocumented changes to their data model and export functions but here we try to offer you a current and functioning tool to get YOUR data out of If you find it not working at one point in time, please contact support.

All you have to do is identify your account name (to do so log into with your account and look at the URL in your browser, it looks like this: and paste it into the form below. If you have a private 8a profile, you have to change it (temporary) to a public profile before the export.

Click Export Logbook and wait for the data to be displayed. Once the data are displayed, simply click on Download CSV and you may download the csv-file that you can either store for later reference or directly import on theCrag (see Import your logbook).

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