For the 5th and 6th day on Bibliographie Stefano set 2 goals: 1. From the first rest trying to pass the first boulder. 2. From the second rest until the top. He failed both...
Day 5 and 6 of Stefano Ghisolfi trying Bibliographie, the second 9c of the World.
Stefano Ghisolfi did an attempt from the ground on Bibliographie, the second 9c in the world, and he fell on the first hard boulder. The first part is around 8b+, connecting it with the boulder is definitely HARD.
First four days trying Bibliographie, the World's second 9c bolted by Ethan Pringle and climbed by Alex Megos in 2020.
Nineteen year old Margo Hayes became the first woman in the world to climb a confirmed 5.15a (9a+) when she did La Rambla, in Siurana, Spain.
Alex Megos never met a route he couldn’t climb in short order…that was until he encountered Bibliographie, an undone sport line at the French super-crag, Céüse.
Jonathan Siegrist has been battling with this route, "Le Cadre Nouvelle" (9a) since he arrived in Ceuse in May 2015. For Jonathan it has a little taste of everything, some sections suited him really well and others were very demanding.
This summer came together much like most of the best things do, completely unplanned. Colette had been blabbing pretty insistently about a girl’s trip to Ceuse in an attempt to "put things out into the universe", you know concentrating her "energy" and all that.
Céüse is arguably the most well-known sport climbing cliff in the world and its walls boast some of the hardest routes ever climbed. With such a plethora of hard, bolted climbs on offer, it's easy to understand why visiting climbers choose to focus on these rather than the crag's more esoteric classics.
Earlier this year Sachi Amma left his mark in the history books of climbing when he crushed the infamous route "Biographie",9a+ in Ceuse, France. Sachi was the 11th person in the world to complete the route opened by Chris Sharma in 2001 who called it "Realization".