Jakob Schubert recently opened the world's third 9c with BIG. On the occasion of this historic ascent, we have put together a list for you of the most difficult climbing routes in the world from grade 9b onwards. The compilation is constantly being updated.
2017 wrote Adam Ondra story when he was in Hanshallaren Cave in Norway Flatanger opened the world's first 9c. Silence has not been repeated to this day and is still considered the most difficult climbing route in the world.
The next bang followed at the end of April 2022: Seb Bouin got through his long-term project DNA in the strongly overhanging Ramirole sector in the Verdon Gorge. For his first ascent, he also suggests grade 9c.
The third 9c in the world has Jakob Schubert launched on September 20, 2023: BIG Adam Ondra's former Project Big in Flatanger was traded as a possible 9c early on. A few days after his climb, the Austrian suggested difficulty level 9c.
The following compilation gives an overview of the most difficult climbing routes in the world from grade 9b. The list is continuously updated.
Most difficult climbing routes in the world | As of May 27.09.2023, XNUMX
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