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Klettern extrem mit Chiara Hanke, Adam Ondra, Isabelle Faus, Flo Wientjes, Frederike Fell

Die härtesten Kletterrouten der Welt Kletter-Highlights: Hanke, Ondra, Faus, Wientjes, Fell

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Die härtesten Züge der letzten Wochen auf einen Blick – dabei: Chiara Hanke, Adam Ondra, Isabelle Faus, Flo Wientjes, Frederike Fell... und noch ein paar mehr.

Hier gibt es die krassesten Boulder und Routen-Begehungen der letzten Wochen. Erstbegehungen sind auch dabei, und dann vielleicht noch die Spurenbeseitigung von Begehungen...

Chiara Hanke (DE) klettert 'Wallstreet' (11-) im Frankenjura (DE)

Adam Ondra (CZ) klettert 'First Flight' (8c+) onsight

Erstbegeuhung: Paul Robinson klettert 'The Pirate’s Code' (Fb 8C) in Rocklands (ZA)

To describe something so meaningful and time consuming to me in a single post...Where do you start? In 2014 I guess... I found this boulder tucked away in the shadow of a beautiful cedar tree. The sun was setting and the boulder was glowing. I gazed upon the small holds and pondered if the line was feasible. I put some chalk on my hands and felt the holds. I left that season having not tried the boulder but thinking about it constantly. I revisited the line in 2015. I had other projects that year and didn’t get to try it but it still remained in the forefront of my thoughts when I thought of dream first ascents in South Africa. Would it go? If it did, it was sure to be a gem. 2016... I tried it for the first time. I didn’t do many of the moves. It felt really hard. I needed to train harder and come back for this thing. 2017... the line was all I wanted to do. I did a sort of stand start but left SA without the main prize, the full line. I needed to get stronger. 2018... on my first day of working the line, it all felt different. The moves felt better. I knew this could be the season. I put in a few days on the line and started to get closer. After a big snow storm, the temps were perfect, the wind was blowing, and I knew it was time. As the sun set and I set my pads out, I felt a sense of peace. I didn’t feel nervous anymore like I had in the past. I tried a few of the moves and decided to give it a try from the start. From the moment I pulled onto the wall, I climbed flawlessly. First crux done, second done, third crux, the stab move to the slot... done. The only thing separating me from the top of the boulder was a ~V8/7B+ section. Without hesitating, I climbed it and found myself topping out on the finishing jugs. Surreal is an understatement. 2014-2018 this climb, this single boulder that no one else in the world may have ever seen before me, had been finally climbed in a mere 1 minute of time. It’s kind of hard to wrap my head around still days later. Climbing is my life. Climbing brings me so much joy and happiness. To all the climbers out there, don’t take it for granted and appreciate it all. from the FA of “The Pirate’s Code” V15/8C. #bouldering

Ein Beitrag geteilt von Paul Robinson (@paulrobinson87) am

Isabelle Faus (USA) klettert 'doppelgänger Poltergeist' (Fb 8B) in Rocky Mountain National Park (USA)

Samuel Elias (US) klettert 'Shadowboxing’ (5.14d) in Rifle (US)

@bookofsamuel taking down one of the best in Rifle, ‘Shadowboxing’ (5.14d)

Ein Beitrag geteilt von Matty Hong (@honngy) am

Emma Twyford (GB) klettert 'Nightmayer' (E8 6c) in Dinas Cromlech, Wales (GB)

That dream line! One that has eluded me with the weather and work over the last couple of years. I’d first seen and heard about Nightmayer (E8 6c) watching the video of @nicofavresse taking some air miles off the head wall whilst nick bullock looked on. Maybe this is what put people off for so many years. I first seriously thought about this route when Alex mason was looking at it and achieved an impressive 3rd ascent followed the next year by @angus.kille with an equally impressive ascent. The Cromlech has an intimidating yet impressive aura with some of the best trad climbing around. This was my last king line on the cromlech that I was mega psyched to try. On the day it still had its spicy moments. Myself and @jamestayloroutdoor rocked up to find a random wet streak on house of god into and out of the porthole. Needless to say this was terrifying on lead as the bottom is bold with small kit. It took a lot of mental effort to change my mental set up for the top hard section but I was ready to fight to the top. Perfect climbing with just the right amount of good kit to run it out and take some good air miles if you fluff it! Still in awe of @Steve.mayers first ascent of this line back in 1992! Really puts things in perspective, great effort Steve! Thanks to @jamestayloroutdoor for the belay, your next buddy! And @j.bunney for the @dmm_wales @scarpa_uk @frictionlabs @patagonia_climb @patagoniaeurope @climbskinspain @v12_outdoor @northdartmoorsearchrescueteam @pongoose.climbing

Ein Beitrag geteilt von Emma Twyford (@emmatwyford) am

Frederike Fell (DE) klettert 'Odd Fellows' (11-) im Frankenjura (DE)

Thomas Dauser (DE) klettert 'Via Italia' (8a) am Piz Ciavazes, Dolomiten (IT)

Thilo Schroeter (NO) klettert 'Simple Knowing' (Fb 8B) in Rocklands (ZA)

Annaliina Laitinen (FI) klettert 'Law and Order' (Fb 8A+) in Rocklands (ZA)

Angus Kille klettert Indian Face (E9 6c), Clogwyn Y Arddu, Wales, (GB)

Nils Favre (CH) klettert 'El Corazon' (Fb 8B) in Rocklands (ZA)

Piotr Schab (PO) klettert 'Ali Hulk Extension Total' (9a+) in Rodellar (ES)

Dave Fitzgerald (IE) klettert 'New Base Line' (Fb 8B+) in Magic Wood (CH)

Alizée Dufraisse (FR) klettert 'Leopard Cave' & 'Law and Order' (beide FB 8A+) in Rocklands (ZA)

Matt Fultz (US) klettert 'Warrior Up' (V14) am Mount Evans (US)

Natalie Bärtschi (CH) klettert 'Swallow Cave' (Fb 8A) in Rocklands, ZA

Clement Lechaptois (FR) klettert 'Get railed' (Fb 8B) in Rocklands (ZA)

Flo Wientjes (DE) klettert 'Golden Gate' (Fb 8B) in der Silvretta (AT)

Golden Gate 8B

Ein Beitrag geteilt von Florian Wientjes (@testaro22a) am

Tilo Schroeter (SE) klettert 'Spray of Light' (Fb 8C) in Rocklands (ZA)

Spray of Light • 8C

Ein Beitrag geteilt von THILO SCHRÖTER (@thiloschroeter) am

Hansjörg Auer klettert die Westwand des Lupghar Sar West in Pakistan

Jacqueline Fritz gewinnt Paraclimbing

Chris Frick hält unsere Umwelt sauber

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