Sveti Vid is located at the village of Seget Gornji, about 10 km from the picturesque city of Trogir. Trogir is one of the best-preserved Romanesque towns in this part of Europe. Situated just 27 kilometres north-west of Split, the Adriatic's most significant city, Trogir is often called the museum city due to its historical and cultural importance. It has been UNESCO protected since 1997 as a World Heritage site.
Rock climbing in the area started in 1996, when English climber Steve Whitall came as a tourist and recognized the potential for climbing in the surroundings of Trogir.
Currently, there are 43 routes from 5a to 8c.
There are some tufas, but crimps are the most common type of hold. The routes vary from short and powerful to long endurance routes.
Trogir is a perfect climbing area for autumn, winter and spring. The crag faces south, and it is protected from the wind. So even on cold and windy days, the conditions at this crag will be perfect and it dries very quickly. The rock is mostly vertical or slightly overhanging, from 15 to 50m high. There are two main sectors in Trogir: 'Velika stina' and 'Mala stina'. Sector 'Twist of faith' is located between the other two sectors and contains only one route.
Most suitable for: 6c-8c level of climbers, and most of the 7th frade routes are highly recommended..