In early February, Martin Stranik stayed in Switzerland for a few days. During his stay he got numerous difficult bouldering tours.
The Schwyzer climber Marco Müller is already filling his ticklist at a record pace at the beginning of the year. A few days ago, he got on the 8b boulder Vecchio…
Professional athlete Giuliano Cameroni from Ticino manages the first ascent of a difficult climbing route in Val Bavona: Simple Man (8c).
Jakob Schubert came to Ticino again last week and climbed two heavy lines: Somnolence (8b) and The Story of Two Worlds (8c).
The Russian Vadim Timonov stayed in Switzerland for about a month. We have rarely seen such an impressive ticklist.
The American Shawn Raboutou strikes again and opens a new 8c boulder in Val Bavona, Ticino with Roadkill.
The Russian Vadim Timonov has been in Switzerland for a little over a week now. Within a very short space of time he started numerous heavy Ticino classics.
On the last day of his stay in Ticino, Ryuichi Murai gets a quick tour of the Fred Nicole Boulder Dreamtime in Cresciano.
During his trip to Switzerland, Eliot Stephens was plagued by the bad weather in Ticino. Nevertheless, his ticklist is more than visible.
Last weekend Slovenian Jernej Kruder climbed the most famous boulder in the world: Dreamtime (8c) in Cresciano.
Giuliano Cameroni opened a number of new lines in the bouldering area of Brione around a year ago. Part of it is published in the following video.
This spring, we met boulderer and pranic athlete Paul Robinson in Chironico and talked to him about his life as a climbing pro.
The American Keenan Takahashi succeeded in the spring 2019 the ascent of the Chironico-Boulder Big Kat (8b +). First came the line by Jimmy Webb.
In the months of April and May many American climbing professionals stayed in the boulder areas of Ticino. Among them Daniel Woods and Alex Puccio. In the following video you get an insight into their everyday life.
In April of this year, the Val Bavona received a new hard boulder line: Primitivo (8c). The first ascent went to the account of Jimmy Webb. Now the video is online.