Magnesium is essential in climbing. If you reach for high-quality products, this can quickly become expensive. That's why we're going to show you today how you can inexpensively make Liquid Chalk yourself in two minutes.
Ski touring is great, but requires a lot of knowledge. But not only that. Clever planning is not only important for safety reasons, but also increases the experience many times over. We will show you some essential preparation points and give you tips & tricks for the perfect day in the snow.
If you lose your abseiling device on the multi-pitch tour, you should know this alpine hack. We introduce you to a technique with a half-mast throw that offers more safety and, thanks to a trick, hardly ever cranks.
After rainfall, certain areas and routes stay wet or humid for a very long time. In the following video, the French professional climber Seb Bouin reveals a very helpful and easy-to-use trick, how holds or entire tufas can be dried.
Indoor boulders are always dynamically screwed, as is often the case. Accordingly, techniques are required to find a solution that are rarely used in outdoor climbing. One such case is the pogo technique. The Japanese professional climber Tomoa Narasaki explains what it is and how the technique works in the following video.
We'll show you where to put the measuring tape for the optimal ski length for ski touring, freeride and Co. We show you where to put the measuring tape for the optimal ski length for ski touring, freeride and the like.
The bouldering season in Ticino is in full swing. In the south of Switzerland there are perfect conditions for bouldering sessions in areas such as Cresciano, Chironico or Brione. We will show you seven beautiful Cresciano boulders with difficulty levels 6a-7b
Winter is slowly but surely coming, and the anticipation of ice climbing is growing. Dry tooling is the best preparation: with an ice ax and crampons on the rock. Everything you need to know.
It doesn't always have to be the climbing gym or the mountains: You can also boulder in the middle of the city after work. Transa sales consultant Pesche Wüthrich shows you his favorite bouldering spots in and around the city of Bern, which he has known and loved since the 80s.
The summer season is drawing to a close. Climbing finches, ropes and carabiners wander into the cellar during the days. So that there are no nasty surprises next year, we'll show you how to properly clean and store your equipment - with practical tips from professionals Katherine Choong and Roger Schäli.
After a rainy summer with extremely poor climbing conditions, the hope for a good autumn season is greater than ever. At least September got off to a promising start, the only thing missing is the right tour. We present four beautiful multi-pitch routes in the Plaisir area.
Once you have found a suitable climbing finch, you won't give it up anytime soon. But with more training, progress and new areas of application, the demands on the shoe also change. When is the right time for another climbing finch? The range from softer models to more aggressive climbing finches with more pre-tension and downturn is varied.
Thunderstorms are one of the greatest dangers on the mountain. What should you do if you are caught by thunder and lightning on the mountain? Five tips.
In this video, the young German climber Hannah Meul shows you different pull-up exercises that you can do on the pull-up bar.
In this video, Japanese professional climber Tomoa Narasaki gives valuable tips on how to properly perform double dynamos.