Jonas Schild repeats the Trad-style Gondo Crack 17-meter crack line. In the interview, the professional climber from Bern talks about his preference for clean climbing and the mental aspect of the ascent and explains why the Gondo Crack has little to do with crack climbing.
What happens when a competitive climber starts an offwidth route? Tom Randall and Mary Eden asked themselves this question and accompanied Sierra Blair-Coyle to the rock. The following video was created.
The two Brits manage to climb the steepest and probably longest crack route in the world: The Great Rift (7b + to 8a +, 60-70 pitches). The special thing about it: It is an artificial crack structure of a motorway bridge.
A few days ago, Yannick Glatthard from the Bernese Oberland managed to climb the legendary Greenspit crack route in the Valle dell'Orco. In an interview with LACRUX, Yannick reveals what the ascent means to him and whether crack climbing gloves change the style of the route.
The Belgian solves the last problem at the Petit Clocher du Portalet for the time being. He succeeds in La promesse de l'aube (200m, 8c) after having climbed “L 'histoire sans fin” (8b +) for the first time last week. But why did Didier Berthod approve these projects?
Sean Villanueva and Jon Griffin climb El Chaltenense, arguably the longest and most sustained off-width route in the world.
In this video, Brit Tom Randall climbs what is arguably the longest man-made crack in the UK.
What are the plans of climbing pioneer Didier Berthod? Corona thwarted athletes' Olympic hope! The main topics of Beta # 4.
The 32-year-old Austrian Barbara Zangerl climbed the Green Spit crack route in the Valle Dell'Orco last week.
Pumprisse, Czech platter and locker from the stool. THE three alpine crack climbing classics in Tyrolean lime are the dream of many climbers. Martin Sieberer and Hannes Hohenwarter did the three tours by fair means.
The Wide Boyz have set up a new crack route in their basement. You can find out in this video whether the new test piece deserves 9a.
Pete Whittaker wanted to know if the Rift could be jammed by Silence and drove to Flatanger in Norway.
The Norwegian climber Magnus Midtbo and the Briton Pete Whittaker screwed what is perhaps the heaviest crack in a climbing hall.
Adam Ondra visited the crack-climbing Mecca Indian Creek in 2018. The 8a route Belly Full of Bad Berries brought him to the absolute physical limit.
The specialists at Black Diamond are investigating whether larger Camalots are more stable fuses than their little friends.