GOAL ZERO

GOAL ZERO

Accepting Risk, Reward & Danger In Ueli's 82 Summits Challenge (Part 4) (c) EpicTV

In the final episode of "The Classic Alpinist", Ueli Steck struggles with the decision of whether or not to continue his project, following the tragic death of his friend and fellow alpinist Martijn Seuren.

Tragedy Strikes Ueli Steck's 82 Summit Project (Part 3) (c) EpicTV

Ueli Steck's journey has led him to some of the hardest mountains in the Alps, into towering spines above Chamonix, France. There he joins his old friends and makes new ones with every peak.

Ueli Steck Runs Up Eighteen 4000m Peaks In A Day (Part 2) (c) EpicTV

After Ueli Steck's partner Michi Wohlleben suffered a debilitating paragliding injury descending from one of their very first mountains, questions start to arise as to whether the guys can keep up the required pace to finish their challenge.

82 Summits In 62 Days: Ueli Steck Tests His Endurance In The Alps (Part 1) (c) EpicTV

Ueli Steck has been climbing for over 20 years and in that time he has become one of the most renowned and respected athletes of his generation. In an age of fast and light alpinism, Ueli Steck has driven the sport to new heights with revolutionary ascents all over the world.

Poumaka - Mud, Sweat and Expletives (c) Goal Zero

After 16 days of climbing Poumaka, Mike Libecki and Angie Payne forged a new route to the summit of the remote island spire. Keith Ladzinski and Andy Mann, with 3 Strings Productions, were there to document what turned out to be 8 pitches of dangerous, rain-battered, choss-infested, mud-covered A4 climbing.

GOAL ZERO bietet mit dem Venture 30 wasserfeste Stromversorgung für unterwegs (c) GOAL ZERO

Kostenloser, sauberer Strom zu jeder Zeit, an jedem Ort und das auch bei Wind und Wetter. Mit dem Venture 30 bietet GOAL ZERO ab sofort einen wasser- und stoßfesten Akku (nach IP x6 Schutzklasse).

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Leadweltcup 2017 in Kranj: Jakob Schubert feiert 18. Weltcupsieg (c) Shinta Ozawa

Am 11. und 12.11.17 stand das Saisonfinale im Lead Weltcup 2017 in Kranj (SLO) an. Jakob Schubert dominierte den ganzen Bewerb und gewann souverän jede Runde. Im Finale kletterte er als einziger zum Top und sicherte sich so den Sieg. Es war sein 18. Weltcupsieg.