First Ascent of "Gnocchi" in Bishop, California (c) Black Owl Media

[VIDEO] First Ascent of „Gnocchi“ in Bishop, California

Black Owl Media met Elliot Faber while on a bouldering in "The Buttermilks," a popular climbing spot located near Bishop California. He told Black Owl Media he had a cool FA project he had been working on for a couple of years and that he felt like he was going to complete it the next day.
Early birds in Bishop - Eat, sleep, boulder and repeat (c) Triple M Production

[VIDEO] Early birds in Bishop – Eat, sleep, boulder and repeat

Manuel Mast and Mia Eckstein spent 14 days during christmas and new year in Bishop, like hundreds of others. So they get up early and start their day at 5:30 am, when most were still sleeping.
Nalle Hukkataival climbs V15 first ascent despite a badly injured leg (c) EpicTV

[VIDEO] Nalle Hukkataival climbs V15 first ascent despite a badly injured leg

Nalle Hukkataival has had a pretty up and down start to 2015. It didn't begin well when he sliced open his calf in a bouldering fall. However, he's already back in action, and how! He's made the first ascent of a plum line in Red Rocks, Nevada, called it "Kintsugi" and graded it 8C.

TIPP DER REDAKTION

Dani Arnold mit neuem Speed Rekord an der Großen Zinne Nordwand (c) Mammut

Dani Arnold mit neuem Speed Rekord an der Großen Zinne Nordwand

Dani Arnold stellt im September 2019 an der Grossen Zinne eine neue Rekordzeit auf. Der Mammut Pro Team Athlet besteigt die Nordwand über die Comici-Dimai-Route in 46 Minuten und 30 Sekunden. Damit hält der 35-Jährige an vier der sechs grossen Nordwände Europas den Speed Rekord.

PRODUKTE

'Alles Klettern ist Problemlösen' von Angela Eiter (c) Tyrolia Verlag

Buchvorstellung: „Alles Klettern ist Problemlösen“ von Angela Eiter

Sportkletterer wissen: Klettern heißt Bewegungsprobleme knacken, die einem die Wand stellt. Diesem fesselnden, Geist und Körper gleichermaßen fordernden Spiel in der Vertikalen ist „Angy“ seit ihrer Kindheit verfallen.

PANORAMA

JDAV-Gruppen sammeln 2,6 Tonnen gebrauchte Daunenprodukte (c) Mountain Equipment

JDAV-Gruppen sammeln 2,6 Tonnen gebrauchte Daunenprodukte

Das Jubiläumsprojekt "DownUpCycling" von der Jugend des Deutschen Alpenvereins (JDAV) und Mountain Equipment endete am 30. Juni 2019 nach 100 Tagen Sammelzeit.