In two weeks the German Tree Care Days will be taking place in Augsburg, Germany. The dates are 26 to 28 April. Climbers’ Forum is an integral part of this event and offers three days jam-packed with all things related to working in trees. This year we have focused on balancing equally practical vs. theoretical demonstrations with a wide range of presenters from nine different countries, this year again we will be offering simultaneous translation between German, English and French, as well as the treemagineers drop tower being on site again with a number of presenters running tests and demos on it.
If that is not enough to tempt you, parallel to all of this there is also the trade show, which has been further expanded this year, offering more exhibition space for existing exhibitors, as well as space for new ones. Many manufacturers time launches of arb-specific equipment to this event.
Augsburg is a short train ride away from Munich airport and main train station, so it is easy to get to. It also offers all the trimmings of a Bavarian city with plenty of historical scenery, should that float your boat.
Wednesday evening will be the Climbers’ Forum party in the Glyzerin in the Gögginger Strasse 26 in Augsburg, this was quite the happening last year.
All in all, this is an event worth the trip. In my opinion, as an expression of climbers’ culture, this the the premier event – world-wide! Therefore, should you have nothing planned on those dates, why not come and join us there?! Certainly in regards to what I was writing about yesterday, my experience of Climbers’ Forum is that it is high-quality, face to face interaction with a highly competent audience. And good fun to boot!