The Burgdorf climber Remo Lehmann got lost in the deep Bündnerland last week. To be more precise, to the Tiefencastel hard mover area. There he climbs Hassan (8a) and Wallflower (8b) in one day. In the article picture, Remo is training on the mobile fingerboard.
The Tiefencastel climbing area is located a few minutes from the village of the same name and is therefore easily accessible by public transport. The wall offers routes in grades 5a - 8b + with a maximum length of 20 meters. In Tiefencastel, joy only arises in the upper seventh grade. Thanks to its northern orientation and altitude, it is an ideal summer climbing area
Remo Lehmann cruises through the eights
Apparently Remo Lehmann appreciated this and used it. After his training session on the mobile handle board, he climbs two routes in the eighth degree in one day: Hassan (8a) and wallflower (8b). That it is even more difficult proved Remo in April this year, when he climbed Hybris (8c +) in Lehn.
Mobile fingerboard as a training tool for on the go
Remo Lehmann apparently also uses the mobile fingerboard for training sessions on the way or to warm up. LACRUX tested the finger board from Awesome Woodys in June. More in the following article.
Credits: Image Remo Lehmann