Keyword: controversy

Summit dispute settled: Graubündner Kantonalbank is dismantling summit advertising

On the occasion of its 150th anniversary, the Bündner Kantonalbank had put up panels with QR codes on just as many peaks in the canton. Mountain Wilderness was bothered by these electronic summit books and demanded their immediate dismantling. The bank is now complying with the request and will dismantle the panels by 2023.

Adam Ondra comments on the topic of chipping: "This has to stop."

In a detailed article, the Czech commented on the subject of chipping. His conclusion: he used to be a purist, today he is more of a pragmatist.


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