Adam Ondra recently visited Stefano Ghisolfi at his home in Arco. In the Italian climbing mecca on Lake Garda, the two not only climbed the Lama route Trofeo dell'Adriatico, recently climbed by Gabriele Morini, but also tried to decipher new lines such as Excalibur.

It's no different with professionals than with average climbers: Together, the motivation is greater. And in the search for the right beta, the creative output grows. What Adam Ondra and Stefano Ghisolfi Ghisolfi reveals in his most recent video diary that they did everything during the days together on the rock. So much ahead: Ghisolfi describes the Excalibur route as one of the toughest routes, if not the toughest, that he has ever climbed.

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Credits: Cover picture Nunatak movie