The German climber Lena Marie Müller gets a red dot ascent of the trad test piece Principle Hope on the Bürser Platte. She is the only fourth woman to successfully climb the route in Vorarlberg.

Lena Marie started projecting the difficult trad route six weeks ago Principle hope (8b / +; E9 / E10) in Bürs and got the red dot tour of the tour a few days ago. The route was first started by climbing legend a little over ten years ago Beat Kammerlander.

“A dream came true for me. I have so much to say about this route and the process of the ascent, but first I have to let everything go "

Lena Marie Müller after ascending Principle of Hope

The route is one of the most difficult trade routes in Europe and only counts a few visits. The following people climbed into the list of visitors: Alex Luger, Jacopo Larcher, Babsi Zangerl, Fabian Buhl, Nemuel Feurle, Michael Gunsilius, Michi Wohlleben, Nadine Wallner, the British Madeleine Cope and recently Lena Marie Muller.

Lena Marie Müller in the Route Principle of Hope. (Photo Johannes Ingrisch)

Another inspection is on the account of Johannes Ingrischwho planned the route together with Lena Marie.

Video: Beat Kammerlander on the Principle of Hope climbing route

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Credits: Cover picture Johannes Ingrisch