Climbing in Uskedalen, Norway (c) Kullaberg Classics

[VIDEO] Climbing in Uskedalen, Norway

Climbing in Uskedalen, a climbing area sometimes referred to as 'Norway's Yosemite'. The valley has roughly 60 routes on walls that rise up to 600 meters, and holds potential for many new routes.
Seb Bouin (c) Black Diamond Equipment

[VIDEO] Seb Bouin on „MOVE“ (9b/+)

When choosing a project far from home, Seb Bouin realizes the challenges associated with distance: Not only when it comes to the difficulty of the route, but also in terms of motivation, focus and personal growth. But Move 9b/9b+ in Flatanger, Norway, was the perfect challenge and he couldn’t resist. Now Seb’s fully committed, and on to what he calls the "logical next step" of his progression.
Silence Premiere with Adam Ondra and Jerry Moffatt in Arco, Italy (c) Adam Ondra

[VIDEO] Silence Premiere with Adam Ondra and Jerry Moffatt in Arco, Italy

Let’s celebrate climbing and have a good time together! Listen to Adam and Jerry, two climbing legends, as they discuss climbing, and then watch the movie about the world’s first 9c.
Teaser: Adam Ondra's Silence (c) Adam Ondra

[VIDEO] Teaser: Adam Ondra’s Silence

On September 3, 2017, Adam Ondra completed Silence in Norway's Flatanger Cave. He graded the route, formerly known as "Project Hard," 9c (5.15d), which would make it the hardest pitch in the world. Watch a teaser for the upcoming film above.
Adam Ondra: Incredible moves in "Silence" (9c) (c) TENDON

[VIDEO] Adam Ondra: Incredible moves in „Silence“ (9c)

Filmed in 2016: Adam Ondra and his unbelievable moves in route Project hard in Flatanger. This is one of hardest section with several turns. It will take a lot of time to link it. Stay tuned.
Magnus Midtbo And Alex Honnold: Norway Big Walls And Thor's Hammer (c) EpicTV

[VIDEO] Magnus Midtbo And Alex Honnold: Norway Big Walls And Thor’s Hammer

EpicTV athlete Magnus Midtbo meets up with climber Alex Honnold to try a big route in Magnus' home, Norway. The objective: an unclimbed route on the 1000m Kjerag wall, towering above the Lysefjord in south of the country.

[VIDEO] Daniel Woods And Dave Graham’s Return To Sport Climbing In Norway

Norway's Hanshelleren cave contains the densest concentration of hard sport climbs in the world. It's not where you would expect to find two of America's strongest boulderers.
Adam Ondra (c) Tommy Chandler

Adam Ondra: School is out and the Dawn Wall is calling

Black Diamond Ambassador Adam Ondra admits that there’s one major hole in his climbing resume. "I’m a little ashamed that I haven’t been to Yosemite yet," he told BD. But that’s about to change.
Generation Up - Ashima Shiraishi & Kai Lightner (c) Clif Bar & Company

[VIDEO] Generation Up – Ashima Shiraishi & Kai Lightner

The future is here. Ashima Shiraishi and Kai Lightner head to Flatanger Cave, Norway to test themselves on some of the hardest sport routes in the world. "It's definitely interesting to see this new wave of climbers, these kids that are doing the craziest things," Chris Sharma says in the video.
Norrona falketind Primaloft 100 Hood Jacket W Sulphurspring (c) Norrona

Norrøna falketind Highlights der Sommer Kollektion 2015

Die Outdoormarke Norrøna aus Norwegen hat ihr Ganzjahreskonzept falketind zur Saison Frühjahr/Sommer 2015 um Highlight-Produkte wie Softshell-Hybride und eine Isolationsjacke mit Kapuze erweitert.
Jochen Perschmann in "Froskekongen" (8c) in Norwegen

[VIDEO] Jochen Perschmann in „Froskekongen“ (8c) in Norwegen

Diese Route hat zwei Startmöglichkeiten. Entweder man startet weit unten in der Höhle und krallt sich an kleinen Leisten durch ein 4 Meter Volldach bis man an die Henkellippe kommt, was schätzungsweise bei fb 8b+ einpendelt. Die andere Startversion hat einen Jumpstart von einem riesigen Block direkt an die Lippe der Dachkante.
Jochen Perschmann in "Froskekongen" (8c) (c) Tom Thudium

Jochen Perschmann gelingt Erstbegehung von „Froskekongen“ (8c) in Norwegen

Kaum zurück aus Australien ging es nach zwei Wochen in Deutschland für Jochen Perschmann zusammen mit dem DAV Felskader Baden-Württemberg auch schon wieder für einen Monat weiter nach Flatanger/Norwegen.
Rjukan: The Power of Water (c) Black Diamond Equipment

[VIDEO] Rjukan: The Power of Water

Tucked deep in a valley in the heart of Telemark, the town of Rjukan has a history tied up in the waterfalls that tumble from its cliffs. Once, it was the promise of progress that drew industry, in the form of hydropower. Today, it’s still the water that draws people to Rjukan but for a new reason: to climb the frozen waterfalls that wreathe the valley through the long Norwegian winter.
ICE FALL: Night Ice Climbing

[VIDEO] ICE FALL: Night Ice Climbing

The Frost Giants of Norse mythology were huge, cold and practically indomitable. At night they taught the people of the North to fear, only to freeze again the next day. In January 2013, extreme sports photographer Thomas Senf headed off for Norway with a team of fearless Mammut ice climbers.
[VIDEO] 30 Days in Norway with Joe Kinder (Episode 1)

[VIDEO] 30 Days in Norway with Joe Kinder (Episode 1)

The legendary Hanshelleren Cave in Flatanger, Norway, gained worldwide attention in the climbing community when Adam Ondra established two of the world's hardest routes there: Change (5.15c) and Move (5.15b).
[VIMEO] Adam Ondra 2x 8c/+ On-Sight

[VIMEO] Adam Ondra 2x 8c/+ On-Sight

Here a is small video edited from the shots, which did not find place in the final movie Change. Adam Ondra on-sights Nordic Flower (established as 9a, today more like 8c/+) and Muy Verdes 8c/+ in Hanshelleren cave in Flatanger, Norway.
"The Corner Kick": First Ascent by Adam Pustelnik

„The Corner Kick“: First Ascent by Adam Pustelnik

Black Diamond athlete Adam Pustelnik and Andreas Klarström climbed a new route on the north face of Vågakallen, Lofoten Islands in Norway - named "The Corner Kick". Five hard pitches through the steep headwall make up the meat of the climb. The individual moves on the harder pitches are not really hard gradewise. Even so, the tricky character of the cruxes as well as sparse protection make them demanding to redpoint.
[VIDEO] Adam Ondra - Illusionist 9a - Norway

[VIDEO] Adam Ondra – Illusionist 9a – Norway

Adam Ondra climbs one of his harder projects in magic Flatanger cave in Norway. Adam tells us a little bit about climbing in Norway and shows how much effort he put into his first ascent of Illusionist including bolting the whole line.
Weltcupfinale 2014 der Skibergsteiger in Tromsö

Weltcupfinale 2014 der Skibergsteiger in Tromsö, Norwegen

In Tromsö (Norwegen) traf sich nach einer langen Saison am vergangenen Wochenende die Elite der Skibergsteiger zum großen Saisonfinale des Scarpa ISFM World Cup 2014. Auf dem Programm standen die Disziplinen Individual und Sprint. Mit dabei aus dem DAV-Team waren die beiden Top-Athleten Toni Palzer (Berchtesgaden) und Sepp Rottmoser (Rosenheim), der am Samstag beim Individualrennen Rang 8 belegte.
[VIDEO] Bouldering Norway - The Beautiful North

[VIDEO] Bouldering Norway – The Beautiful North

Gebouldert wurde einfach alles was gut aussah, 5a oder 7c, die Schwierigkeitsgrade waren schlichtweg egal bei solch schönen Linien. Besuchte Gebiete: Setesdal, Ovstabo, Mjellestranda, Straumen, Vingsand, Forstranda, Lofoten.
Nicolas Altmaier On Tour: Bouldern in Norwegen

Nicolas Altmaier On Tour: Bouldern in Norwegen

Norwegen - das Land der Fjorde, Felsen und Trolle. Vor zwei Jahren gab es für Nicolas Altmaier und Gefährten den Plan, Richtung Norwegen zu reisen und dieses großartige Land nach seinen Felsen abzusuchen. Blöcke gibt es dort verdammt nochmal überall, also Crashpad raus und los bouldern.
[VIDEO] Eight weeks without darkness: Europe's most scenic bouldering (Part 2)

[VIDEO] Eight weeks without darkness: Europe's most scenic bouldering (Part 2)

Pirmin Bertles first bouldering trip, that made him sometimes forget about bouldering. Because of the beauty of the Norvegian landscape, the never ending light and the great wilderness. The hiking, the bathing and the hanging out. But only sometimes. Then they hit on some unbelievable piece of rock again, or some unbrushed line they always dreamt of, or they suddenly found themselves in front of the perfect boulder picture. It is hard to imagine a place in Europe where bouldering is so stunning. And where boulders are so damn frequent.
[VIDEO] Eight weeks without darkness: Europe's most scenic bouldering (Part 1)

[VIDEO] Eight weeks without darkness: Europe's most scenic bouldering (Part 1)

Pirmin Bertles first bouldering trip, that made him sometimes forget about bouldering. Because of the beauty of the Norvegian landscape, the never ending light and the great wilderness. The hiking, the bathing and the hanging out. But only sometimes. Then they hit on some unbelievable piece of rock again, or some unbrushed line they always dreamt of, or they suddenly found themselves in front of the perfect boulder picture. It is hard to imagine a place in Europe where bouldering is so stunning. And where boulders are so damn frequent.
[VIDEO] Adam Ondra - Change - Backstage movie

[VIDEO] Adam Ondra – Change – Backstage movie

October 4th 2012, Flatanger, Norway. After incredible 3-month battle, Adam Ondra makes the first ascent of the new world´s hardest route. Adam names it Change and suggests the magic grade of 9b+. The limit of human´s possibilities has been shifted and the long adventurous trip of a few friends to the northern Europe slowly comes to the end...
[VIDEO] Daniel Jung

[VIDEO] Daniel Jung, Nico und Olivier Favresse bei Erstbegehungen in Norwegen

Black Diamond athletes Daniel Jung and Nico and Olivier Favresse are always on the hunt for first ascents, and their most recent search led them to Norway where they found a stunning, overhanging wall laced with cracks. The trio's FA pursuit involved skin-shredding jams, mega whippers, and daily shenanigans, including scooter jumping and swapping tooth-brushing tips.

TIPP DER REDAKTION

Bronze für Jakob Schubert beim Boulder Weltcup 2019 in Wujiang (CHN) (c) KVÖ, Roman Krajnik, Nikita Tsarev

Bronze für Jakob Schubert beim Boulder Weltcup 2019 in Wujiang (CHN)

Vom 3. - 5. Mai fanden in Wujiang (CHN) der dritte Speed Weltcup und der vierte Boulder Weltcup der Saison 2019 statt. Jakob Schubert fand in beeindruckender Manier zurück in die Erfolgsspur.

PRODUKTE

'Nur der Berg ist mein Boss' von Christoph Hainz (c) Tyrolia-Verlag

Buchvorstellung: „Nur der Berg ist mein Boss“ von Christoph Hainz

Das Leben des Südtiroler Extremkletterers und Bergführers Christoph Hainz ist unmittelbar mit den Bergen seiner Heimat verbunden. Aufgewachsen in einfachsten Verhältnissen auf einem Bergbauernhof im Mühlwalder Tal, gilt er heute als einer der vielseitigsten und unkonventionellsten Allround-Alpinisten seiner Generation.

PANORAMA

Michael Füchsle: Vom Rollstuhlfahrer an den Felsen (c) Archiv Füchsle

Michael Füchsle: Vom Rollstuhlfahrer an den Felsen

Der ehemalige Kletterprofi Michael Füchsle hat sich nach lebensbedrohlichen Krankheiten wieder zurückgekämpft und seine Leidenschaft im Jahr 2013 wieder zu einem festen Bestandteil seines Lebens gemacht.