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The Mammut Mountain Days will take place in Zermatt from September 1st to 3rd. The program includes tours and workshops with professional athletes such as Katherine Choong, Jonas Schild, Stephan Siegrist and Andrea Kümin, as well as all-inclusive camping at the foot of the Matterhorn. We are giving away 2 tickets worth CHF 490 each.
The Swiss climber Katherine Choong has scored the route Les Nerfs à Vif (8c +) in the French climbing area La Verrière. The line was a kind of form check for the Jura after a short winter break. Now she is optimistic about her big multi-pitch projects.
We were on the road again, namely at the Red Bull Dual Ascent. As part of this superlative event, we have launched our own competition. We wanted to find out which climbing team works best off the face. Find out more in the latest video on Actiontalk TV.
After the legendary bungee jump by 220 agent Pierce Brosnan, the 007 meter high Contra dam in the Verzasca Valley will once again be the venue for a spectacular event: 16 of the world's best climbers will compete in teams of two in the first head-to-head on the Red Bull Dual Ascent. Head multi-pitch climbing competition.
The French Solène Amoros and the Swiss Katherine Choong manage the red point ascent of the difficult multi-pitch tour Alibaba (240m, 8a +) in Aiglun, France. Both athletes lead climbed all eight pitches in the correct order. They spent a total of three and a half days on the wall.
After La Ramirole in the Verdon Gorge, Katherine Choong manages another difficult multi-pitch route: Hattori Hanzo. The line with difficulties up to 8b+ runs through the north face of the Titlis in seven pitches.
On October 16, 2019, Katherine Choong climbed her second 9a route with Jungfraumarathon. Filmmaker Nicolas Falquet accompanied the Jurassic on her way to the top with his camera and captured her marathon to her second trophy in the ninth grade in gripping pictures.
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