A few weeks ago the IFSC announced the implementation of the first competition of the season in Meiringen. The first competitions, namely in Wujiang and Seoul, have already been postponed.
The interest group of the Swiss climbing halls (IG Kletteranlagen) is calling for the climbing halls to be opened as soon as possible, as well as transparent rules and fair compensation for the closed businesses. Opening in March is essential for many businesses to survive
Not all suffered from the 1st lockdown. In this video, Jernej Kruder gives an insight into the time when many European countries sealed themselves off.
In the popular climbing area beggar kitchen, in the parking lot sector, you should not climb on weekends until further notice.
The IFSC announced a few days ago that international competitions will take place again this year. The starting shot is fired in Briançon.
From June 8, 2020, the campsite in the Magic Wood bouldering area will reopen. The parking spaces are only available to camping guests.
Jakob Schubert tells about the time in the lockdown and his return to the rock. The video is available after the post.
The ÖAV has published information that shows what mountain sports enthusiasts should pay attention to when practicing their discipline in times of Covid-19.
Numerous Swiss climbing halls opened yesterday. The condition for the visit is the use of liquid magnesium, also called liquid chalk.
The IFSC and SAC have decided to cancel the World Cup competitions in Meiringen and Villars that have been postponed until the autumn.
With the IFSC decision of April 30th, Stefano Ghisolfi's dream of an Olympic game came to an abrupt end. We spoke to Stefano about the IFSC decision.
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Due to the current situation, SAC Swiss Climbing decided on Tuesday, April 28, 2020 not to hold any national competitions.
Due to the global corona pandemic, the IFSC is forced to postpone its competitions again.
The Alpine clubs in Switzerland, Germany and Austria call for no mountain tours and no climbing or bouldering.