Video: This is how Michaela Kiersch climbs La Rambla (9a +)

In January of this year, Michaela Kiersch was only the third woman to climb the 9a+ route la Rambla in Siurana. With this rare ascent, the strong American joins the illustrious group of 9a+ climbers. Only seven women worldwide have cracked this level so far. Now there is her inspection as a video.

found during her studies Michaela Kiersch the past few years only limited time to project hard tours. Nevertheless, you get routes like Dreamcatcher (9a) or Boulder up to grade 8B+. With the completion of her doctorate, her time resources grew with her goals: With La Rambla The 28-year-old dedicated herself to what is probably the best-known 9a+ route in Spain. In the video of her ascent, Michaela Kiersch not only shares impressive pictures of the ascent, but also the associated commitment. A must see.

Video: Michaela Kiersch is the third woman to climb the test piece La Rambla (9a +)

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