CartoWall is a collaborative climbing topos database with gigapixel resolution.
Our main goal is to allow and facilitate the precise and complete documentation of climbing routes around the world, by combining extremely-high resolution images with our vectorial topo drawing system.
This site is still under active development and evolution. If you want to contact us, you can write an email to
As you know, CartoWall is a collaborative database. That means that the data that appears on this website has been provided and is continuously exposed to review by the climbing community itself.
If you want to contribute your knowledge and enrich the contents of CartoWall for the benefit of the whole community, you can do it by drawing or correcting climbing routes directly on the images, you will be surprised how easy it is.
Please take into account that the name of the user who have drawn the route is strictly confidential. Nobody will know that you have drawn them, with the exception of the people who administer CartoWall.
Do you want to help improve the CartoWall photo base but don't know how? In this guide we show you how step by step. Let's go!
Gigapixel photos are obtained as a result of joining tens, hundreds and even thousands of conventional photographs. So, if you have a zoom camera, tripod (if possible) and a half-decent computer, we have good news for you: you can take GigaPixel photos and publish them on CartoWall! Let's get started.
This website is offered completely free of charge to the climbing community, but the development and maintenance of CartoWall entails significant costs. As you can imagine, among other things it is necessary to cover costs both in servers and infrastructure to keep CartoWall up and running, as well as in travelling to take photographs.
Receiving a donation is very important to us. Cheer up and make a donation, we will really appreciate it.
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