Adam Ondra: Climbing The Americas #8 (c) Adam Ondra

[VIDEO] Adam Ondra: Climbing The Americas #8

Episode no. 8 from the series of short videos from November 2018 when Adam Ondra and his team traveled to some popular climbing areas in the USA & Chile.
Adam Ondra: Climbing The Americas #7 (c) Adam Ondra

[VIDEO] Adam Ondra: Climbing The Americas #7

Episode no. 7 from the series of short videos from November 2018 when Adam Ondra and his team traveled to some popular climbing areas in the USA & Chile.
Adam Ondra: Climbing The Americas #6 (c) Adam Ondra

[VIDEO] Adam Ondra: Climbing The Americas #6

Sixth episode from the series of short videos from November 2018 when Adam Ondra and his team traveled to some popular climbing areas in the USA & Chile.
Adam Ondra: Climbing The Americas #5 (c) Adam Ondra

[VIDEO] Adam Ondra: Climbing The Americas #5

Fifth episode from the series of short videos from November 2018 when Adam Ondra and his team traveled to some popular climbing areas in the USA & Chile.
Adam Ondra: Climbing The Americas #4 (c) Adam Ondra

[VIDEO] Adam Ondra: Climbing The Americas #4

Fourth episode from the series of short videos from November 2018 when Adam Ondra and his team traveled to some popular climbing areas in the USA & Chile.
Adam Ondra: Climbing The Americas #3 (c) Adam Ondra

[VIDEO] Adam Ondra: Climbing The Americas #3

Third episode from the series of short videos from November 2018 when Adam Ondra and his team traveled to some popular climbing areas in the USA & Chile.
[VIDEO] Adam Ondra: Climbing The Americas #2 (c) Adam Ondra

[VIDEO] Adam Ondra: Climbing The Americas #2

Second episode from the series of short videos from November 2018 when Adam Ondra and his team traveled to some popular climbing areas in the USA & Chile.
[VIDEO] Adam Ondra: Climbing The Americas #1 (c) Adam Ondra

[VIDEO] Adam Ondra: Climbing The Americas #1

First episode from the series of short videos from November 2018 when Adam Ondra and his team traveled to some popular climbing areas in the USA & Chile.
Paige Claassen Sends 'Algorithm' (9a) (c) La Sportiva North America

[VIDEO] Paige Claassen Sends „Algorithm“ (9a)

With a month in the Fins ahead of her, Paige Claassen set her sights on "Algorithm," a project she put down surprisingly fast. First climbed by fellow La Sportiva athlete Jonathan Siegrist in 2012, Claassen's send marks the first repeat of the route, proposed as 5.14d/9a by Siegrist.
Nina Caprez: To Bolt Or Not To Be (5.14a) (c) Arc'teryx

[VIDEO] Nina Caprez: To Bolt Or Not To Be (5.14a)

Climbing To Bolt Or Not To Be (5.14a) in Smith Rock is like learning over 100 choreographed moves of a difficult dance. Nina Caprez shares her story of working her way up all 40 meters of perfectly smooth, vertical wall.
Alex Honnold - Ted Talk 2018 (c) Ted Talks

[VIDEO] Alex Honnold – Ted Talk 2018

Imagine being by yourself in the dead center of a 3,000-foot vertical cliff -- without a rope to catch you if you fall. For professional rock climber Alex Honnold, this dizzying scene marked the culmination of a decade-long dream. In a hair-raising talk, he tells the story of how he summited Yosemite's El Capitan, completing one of the most dangerous free solo climbs ever.
Miranda Oakley - First Woman to Solo the Nose in a Day (c) Outpost Cinema

[VIDEO] Miranda Oakley – First Woman to Solo the Nose in a Day

Meet Miranda Oakley, the first woman to solo the Nose on El Capitan in a day. Take brief look into her life as a full-time climbing guide, big wall climber, and local to Yosemite Valley.
Free Solo 360 | National Geographic (c) National Geographic

[VIDEO] Free Solo 360 | National Geographic

Immerse yourself in the experience of free solo climbing Yosemite’s famous El Capitan alongside Alex Honnold in this breathtaking 360 video.
Molly Mitchell - Becoming A Warrior (c) Digital Stoke Media

[VIDEO] Molly Mitchell – Becoming A Warrior

"Climbing is a conduit to focus, to challenge and, to give back..." Molly Mitchell gives us a window into her life, her struggles, inspirations and what drives her to climb hard. Watch, as she takes on her latest project: "Gild the Lily" (5.14a)
Free Solo - Trailer | National Geographic (c) National Geographic

[VIDEO] Free Solo – Trailer

From award-winning documentary filmmaker E. Chai Vasarhelyi and world-renowned photographer and mountaineer Jimmy Chin, comes FREE SOLO, a stunning, intimate and unflinching portrait of free soloist climber Alex Honnold, as he prepares to achieve his lifelong dream: climbing the face of the world’s most famous rock... the 3,200ft El Capitan in Yosemite National Park... without a rope.
Ethan Pringle on 'The Nest' (V15) (c) Mad Rock

[VIDEO] Ethan Pringle on ‚The Nest‘ (V15)

More than 50 days of effort, hundreds of miles of hiking, hundreds of hours spent at this boulder, thousands of tries, and it was all over in a minute. Ethan Pringle hadd finally had the experience he was looking for.
'Comfort Zone' with Alex Honnold and Jonathan Siegrist (c) La Sportiva North America

[VIDEO] „Comfort Zone“ with Alex Honnold and Jonathan Siegrist

Before Alex Honnold's "Nose" speed record, and before Jonathan Siegrist sent "Jumbo Love," the pair teamed up this spring for some training time - each working projects outside of their comfort zones.
Ringlock Ranch (c) E Bauer

[VIDEO] Ringlock Ranch

The desert is full of secrets, especially for a climber. There are many miles of cliffs waiting to be explored. Mason Earle has been driving force in the desert, and has spent many years searching the canyons of Utah for new routes.
Climbing The Shaft: Nate Murphy Gets Schooled On Big Walls And Massive Exposure (c) EpicTV

[VIDEO] Climbing The Shaft: Nate Murphy Gets Schooled On Big Walls And Massive Exposure

In the summer of 2017, Nate Murphy made his way to Yosemite to attempt what would be his toughest big wall challenge to date, to climb the 13 pitches of the Shaft Variation on the Muir Wall, 5.13c/8a+.
Without a partner: Pete Whittaker rope solos El Capitan in under 24 hours (c) teamBMC

[VIDEO] Without a partner: Pete Whittaker rope solos El Capitan in under 24 hours

In November 2016, Pete Whittaker became the first person to solo - all free - El Capitan in under 24 hours, finishing in 20 hours and 6 minutes. Rope Solo Free climbing is a sport that few people know about and even fewer people do.
Chris Sharma on 'Everything is Karate' (5.14c/d) (c) Sharma Channel

[VIDEO] Chris Sharma on „Everything is Karate“ (5.14c/d)

Chris Sharma and Tommy Caldwell on leaning tower project and Chris makes second ascent of "Everything is Karate". One more time thanks to CASHUS PUHVEL, aka "best drone pilot in Bishop (California)", who film these amazing aerial shots.
Old Man Lightning (c) dawn kish

[VIDEO] Old Man Lightning

Cranky, yet witty bouldering legend John "Verm" Sherman has lost his mojo and is jonesing to regain it. What better way than to climb the world's most famous boulder problem, Yosemite's iconic Midnight Lightning?
BD Athlete Carlo Traversi Takes On The Triple 14 Challenge (c) Black Diamond Equipment

[VIDEO] BD Athlete Carlo Traversi Takes On The Triple 14 Challenge

The perspective of difficulty is forever changing. With new ascents, new feats of strengths and new discoveries constantly raising the bar, a climber’s perception of what’s possible is always shifting.
Barbara Zangerl and Jacopo Larcher Send 'Zodiac' (5.13d) on El Cap (c) Black Diamond Equipment

[VIDEO] Barbara Zangerl and Jacopo Larcher Send „Zodiac“ (5.13d) on El Cap

This past November, BD Athletes Babsi Zangerl and Jacopo Larcher went to battle on one of El Cap's most formidable free routes. With some of the hardest climbing in the Valley crammed into 16-pitches, the Zodiac (5.13d) had only seen two previous ascents ... until Babsi and Jacopo showed up.
FREE - Big Wall Climbing in Yosemite with Jorg Verhoeven and Katha Saurwein (c) La Sportiva

[VIDEO] FREE – Big Wall Climbing in Yosemite with Jorg Verhoeven and Katha Saurwein

La Sportiva athlete Jorg Verhoeven makes the annual pilgrimage to Yosemite, California to attempt the 2nd free ascent of "The Dihedral Wall" (VI 5.14a) on El Capitan.

TIPP DER REDAKTION

Rabenstein rüstet sich für die Eiskletter-Wettkampfsaison 2019 (c) Patrick Schwienbacher

Rabenstein rüstet sich für die Eiskletter-Wettkampfsaison 2019

Seit rund zwei Wochen ist der Eisturm Rabenstein für das Publikum geöffnet. Mit großem Erfolg, denn während der Feiertage rund um Weihnachten und Neujahr nutzten sehr viele Eiskletterer aus dem gesamten Alpenraum die Möglichkeit, im hinteren Passeiertal sicher auf Eis klettern zu können.

PRODUKTE

'Tod an der Alpspitze' von Irmgard Braun (c) Bergverlag Rother

Buchvorstellung: „Tod an der Alpspitze“ von Irmgard Braun

Ihr Leben ist ziemlich perfekt: Seit einem Jahr ist Jana mit Bruno verheiratet. Durch ihn hat sie die Berge kennengelernt, inzwischen klettert sie begeistert. Zwar arbeitet sie weiterhin als Grafikerin, doch sein Erfolg als Geschäftsmann ermöglicht es ihr, häufig ihrer Leidenschaft nachzugehen.

PANORAMA

150 Jahre DAV: Erste Infos zum Jubiläumsjahr 2019 (c) Deutscher Alpenverein

Drei große DAV-Themen für 2019: Mountainbike, #climbtotokyo, #unserealpen

Für den DAV steht das Jahr 2019 ganz im Zeichen des seines 150. Geburtstages. Große anstehende Themen gibt es darüber hinaus freilich trotzdem. In den Bereichen Mountainbiken, Wettkampfklettern und Naturschutz hat der DAV bereits im letzten Jahr große Projekte und Kampagnen ins Leben gerufen, die in diesem Jahr fortgesetzt werden.