Edu Marin manages the first free ascent of the multi-pitch tour Arco Iris (8c +, 200m, 6SL) in the climbing area of Montserrat, Spain.
Steps Across the Border is perhaps the hardest multi-pitch tour without drill hooks in the world. It has been without repetition for 25 years.
Actiontalk TV accompanied Silvan Schüpbach, Matteo Della Bordella and Yannick Glatthard on the north face of the Gross Wellhorn: Route Ying Yang.
The Pou brothers open and score the heavily overhanging multi-pitch route Rayu (8c, 600m) on the Picos de Europa.
On May 20, 2019, the Spaniard Edu Marin managed the first free ascent of the longest roof route in the world: Valhalla. The film of the same name “Valhalla - Cielo de Roca” shows the story behind the impressive route in Getu, China. The film will be shown for the first time on October 2, 2020
Barbara Zangerl and Jacopo Larcher announce the successful one-day ascent of the long and demanding route Odyssey on the Eiger.
Nils Favre and Symon Welfringer climb one of the most difficult routes on the Eiger north face with Paciencia (8a, 900m).
Silvan Schüpbach and Janluca Kostner manage the third repetition of the Colonne d'Ercole at the Civetta Punta Tissi in the Dolomites.
A few days after his success in the Alpstein, the Belgian Siebe Vanhee moved to the nearby climbing area of Rätikon. Within two days he succeeded in the red point ascent of the ...
Nico Favresse and Sébastien Berthé conclude their European tour with a one-day ascent of the most difficult route on the Eiger: Odyssey (8a +).
Merci La Vie experiences two repetitions within a week: Nina Caprez and Sascha Lehmann climb the route rotpunkt.
Nils Favre and Siebe Vanhee manage the second and third repetitions of the Parzival route (8b, 6SL, 150 meters) on the Trinity.
Lukasz Dudek manages the free ascent of the difficult multi-pitch route Pan Aroma on the western pinnacle - in rope solo style.
Jonas Schild and Yannick Glatthard succeed in repeating the multi-pitch route Headless Children in the Rätikon. More in the interview.
The Swiss professional climber Roger Schäli manages the first free ascent of the difficult multi-pitch route Merci la Vie on the Eiger north face.