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.
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.
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?
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.
Midnight Lightning | The Classics | Boulder EP#1 (c) MAMMUT

[VIDEO] Midnight Lightning | The Classics | Boulder EP#1

At the top the most famous big wall, below the most famous climbing camp ground and, in its centre, the most famous boulder on the planet: El Capitan, Camp 4, Midnight Lightning. Without this triumvirate, the Yosemite Valley would not be the most famous climbing area in the world!
Sasha DiGiulian Sends 'Keeper of the Flame (5.13a), Yosemite Valley (c) adidas outdoor

[VIDEO] Sasha DiGiulian Sends „Keeper of the Flame“ (5.13a), Yosemite Valley

Yosemite Valley, Sasha Digiulian and a land of possibilities. Join us as Sasha shares her affection for community, climbing and the grandeur of Yosemite National Park.
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.
Great Wide Open: Episode 2 - The Dirtbag (c) Jared Leto

[VIDEO] Great Wide Open: Episode 2 – The Dirtbag

Jared Leto has taken his films literally—up on the biggest walls with the most successful climbers of the century. In this episode, Leto features Renan Ozturk, uncovering his life, accidents and journey throughout Meru.
Great Wide Open: Episode 1 - The Conquistador (c) Jared Leto

[VIDEO] Great Wide Open: Episode 1 – The Conquistador

Jared Leto has taken his films to new heights. In this episode, Leto goes climbing with Tommy Caldwell, delves into the Dawn Wall journey, and interviews Alex Honnold, Sasha DiGiulian and Renan Ozturk.
Nina Williams and Helen Sinclair climbing "The Rostrum" (5.11c) in Yosemite Valley, CA (c) adidas Outdoor

[VIDEO] Nina Williams and Helen Sinclair climbing „The Rostrum“ (5.11c) in Yosemite Valley, CA

Nina Williams teams up with Y.O.S.A.R. member Helen Sinclair to take on the Rostrum in Yosemite as one of her first true Multi-Pitch Trad climbs. Every pitch is high quality and would be sought after individual classics were they at any crag, but stacked on top of each other they create a superb and memorable challenge.
Nina Williams on "Midnight Lightning" (V8) in Yosemite Valley, CA (c) adidas Outdoor

[VIDEO] Nina Williams on „Midnight Lightning“ (V8) in Yosemite Valley, CA

Nina Williams climbs "Midnight Lightning", a bouldering problem on the Columbia Boulder in Camp 4 of Yosemite National Park. It has been described as the world's most famous bouldering problem. The first ascent was by Ron Kauk in 1978; the first female ascent was by Lynn Hill in 1998.
Sasha DiGiulian and Kevin Jorgeson on Lost Arrow Spire (c) adidas Outdoor

[VIDEO] Sasha DiGiulian and Kevin Jorgeson on Lost Arrow Spire

Watch Sasha DiGiulian and Kevin Jorgeson on the Lost Arrow Spire in Yosemite Valley. It's Sasha's first trip to Yosemite and she has one of the best guides available in Kevin.
A Speed Ascent: Zenyatta Mondatta (c) Dave Coy

[VIDEO] A Speed Ascent: Zenyatta Mondatta

On October 2nd Dave Allfrey, Skiy Detray and Cheyne Lempe set off to climb a classic aid route in Yosemite. Using grit, gear and a vast skill set they set off.
Megan Mascarenas Bouldering In Yosemite (c) EpicTV

[VIDEO] Megan Mascarenas Bouldering In Yosemite

A sweeping look over Yosemite Valley with the young American champion, Megan Mascarenas, doing what she does best. Bouldering in the Valley has been a pastime for big wall climbers for decades but in the last years it's attained a truly iconic status.
CLIMBING THE NOSE - Jorg Verhoeven's ascent of the most famous route in the world (c) La Sportiva

[VIDEO] CLIMBING THE NOSE – Jorg Verhoeven’s ascent of the most famous route in...

In October of 2014, Jorg Verhoeven spent 30 days in Yosemite Valley, California with one goal in mind; Make a free ascent of The Nose (5.14), on El Capitan, arguably one of the world's most famous climbs.
"Freerider" (5.13a) on El Capitan (c) Jacob Cook

[VIDEO] „Freerider“ (5.13a) on El Capitan

In spring 2015 Bron and Jacob Cook made their second trip to Yosemite. They teamed up with Chris Bevins to climb El Capitan using only their hands and feet! They spent 6 days and 5 nights living on the wall, climbing "Freerider" (5.13a).

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.