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Christophe Henry, Juan Señoret ski Colmillo Del Diablo in Patagonia

France’s Christophe Henry is currently on an extended skiing trip to Chile where he has scored a number of first ski descents, including Colmillo Del Diablo in Patagonia with Juan Señoret.

22.09.2019 by Vinicio Stefanello in Alpinism

Junko Tabei, first woman to summit Everest, celebrated by Google

Google has dedicated a doodle to celebrate the 80th birth anniversary of Junko Tabei, the first woman to reach the summit of Everest. Here are some details about the historic ascent completed on 16 May 1975.

21.09.2019 by Planetmountain in Climbing

Adam Ondra crushes Qui, first repeat of Stefan Fürst 1996 masterpiece

The Czech climber Adam Ondra has made the first repeat of Qui at Geisterschmiedwand in Austria, established in 1996 by Austria’s Stefan Fürst.

19.09.2019 by Planetmountain in Climbing

Emma Twyford first British woman to climb 9a, Big Bang at Lower Pen Trwyn

On 17 September 2019 British rock climber Emma Twyford successfully redpointed Big Bang at Lower Pen Trwyn in North Wales. In doing so she has become the first British woman to climb 9a.

18.09.2019 by Planetmountain in Climbing

Barbara Zangerl and Jacopo Larcher: Silbergeier, Headless Children and Zeit zum Atmen

Summer climbing in the mountains resulted in three hard multipitches for Jacopo Larcher and Barbara Zangerl: Silbergeier and Headless Children in the Rätikon in Switzerland and Zeit zum Atmen up Rote Wand in Austria.

Goodbye Davo Karničar, skier of the impossible

On 16 September 2019 the Slovenian mountaineer and extreme skier Davo Karničar lost his life. Karničar was famous in particular for his first integral ski descent of Everest down the mountain’s south face.

17.09.2019 by Planetmountain in Climbing

Fred Nicole and Giuliano Cameroni, two climbing legends send Legacy in Rocklands

At Rocklands in South Africa the Swiss climbers Giuliano Cameroni and Fred Nicole have both climbed Legacy, a 9a sports climb.

16.09.2019 by Diego Toigo in Alpinism

Uncertain Future scoped on Dolomites Spiz de la Lastia by Lorenzo Corso, Diego Toigo, Luca Vallata

On Spiz de le Lastia in the Agner group, Dolomites, Lorenzo Corso, Diego Toigo, Luca Vallata have made the first ascent of Futuro Incerto. Diego Toigo reports about the climb, established with one bivouac from 18 to 19 August 2019.

14.09.2019 by Planetmountain in Climbing

La Sportiva Strange Heroes: James Pearson

The series Strange Heroes by La Sportiva continues with British rock climber James Pearson.

14.09.2019 by Daniel Ladurner in Alpinism

Wasserläufer multi-pitch climb in South Tyrol by Daniel Ladurner, Florian Riegler, Martin Riegler

Florian Riegler, Martin Riegler and Daniel Ladurner have established the new multipitch rock climb Wasserläufer next to Margarethenbach close to Terlan in the Etschtal valley, South Tyrol, Italy. Ladurner reports.

13.09.2019 by Planetmountain in Climbing

Cédric Lachat fires first one day ascent of Fly in Lauterbrunnental

Swissman Cédric Lachat, climbing with Tobias Suter, has made the first repeat and first one day ascent of Fly, the difficult multi-pitch climb in Lauterbrunnental, Switzerland.

11.09.2019 by Fabio Meraldi in Climbing

Avostanis, rock climbing above an enchanting lake in Italy Carnic Alps

Fabio Meraldi introduces the beautiful crag Avostanis in Carnia (Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy). With more than 120 sport climbs and a handful of multipitch routes, this cliff is ideal for all those who climb from 4b to 8b. Avostanis will also host the historic Arrampicarnia climbing meeting from 14 to 15 September 2019.

11.09.2019 by Camillo Bussolati in Alpinism

New multi-pitch up Petit Mont Greuvetta in Mont Blanc massif

Camillo Bussolati reports about the first ascent of Lloverà y yo verè, a new rock climb up the west face of Petit Mont Greuvetta in the Mont Blanc massif, established in summer 2019 with Matteo Castellini and Francesco Crescini.

10.09.2019 by Planetmountain in Climbing

Czech Monzun, new rock climb up Gastlosen Grand Pfad by Jan Kareš and Lukáš Čermák

On Gran Pfad in Switzerland’s Gastlosen massif Jan Kareš and Lukáš Čermák have made the first ascent of Czech Monzun.

09.09.2019 by Planetmountain in Alpinism

Hansjörg Auer, David Lama, Aleš Česen, Tom Livingstone, Luka Stražar ascents honoured by Piolets d’Or 2019

The solo ascent of Lupghar Sar West carried out by Hansjörg Auer, the solo ascent of Lunag Ri carried out by David Lama and the ascent of Latok 1 completed by Aleš Česen, Tom Livingstone and Luka Stražar are the ascents honoured by the Piolet d’Or 2019.The press release of the 27th edition of the prestigious international mountaineering award that will be celebrated from 19 - 22 September 2019 during the Ladek Mountain Festival in Poland. 

07.09.2019 by Planetmountain in Climbing

Sébastien Bouin tames La Rage d’Adam in Verdon Gorge

French climber Sébastien Bouin has made the first ascent of La Rage d’Adam in the Verdon Gorges. Graded 9b/+, this currently stands as one of the most difficult sport climbs in France.

06.09.2019 by Planetmountain in Climbing

Giuliano Cameroni 8B flash first ascent in South Africa

At Topside in South Africa,Giuliano Cameroni has made the first ascent of House of the rising sun, an 8B boulder problem the Swiss climber sent first go.

Dolomites Tofana di Rozes and the classic Via Costantini - Apollonio. By Manrico Dell'Agnola

Manrico Dell'Agnola remembers a repeat of Via Costantini - Apollonio up the Tofana di Rozes Pillar in the Dolomites, first ascended by Ettore Costantini and Renato Apollonio on 13 July 1944.

05.09.2019 by Symon Welfringer in Alpinism

Risht Peak first ascent in Pakistan's unexplored Yarkhun valley

Symon Welfringer reports about an expedition with fellow French mountaineers Aurélien Vaissière, Pierrick Fine and Antoine Rolle to Yarkhun valley in Pakistan which resulted in the first ascent of Risht Peak (5960m) right at the end of the Risht glacier.

05.09.2019 by Planetmountain in Climbing

Adam Ondra, success and disaster at the 2019 Climbing World Championships in Japan

The video of Adam Ondra analysing his successes and failures at the recent Climbing World Championships held in Hachioji, Japan where the Czech climber was crowned Lead world champion but failed to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

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