Hermann Erber and Kirsten Buchmann pay homage to Harald Berger with their picture book "Equilibrium". All proceeds will go to the Salzburg Mountain Guides Association which administers a fund to deal with similar emergency situations.
At the end of February Albert Leichtfried, Markus Bendler, Ines Papert and Audrey Gariepy travelled to Iceland to explore its potential in memory of their friend Harald Berger who died tragically in December 2006.
Albert Leichtfried, Markus Bendler, Ines Papert and Audrey Gariepy have set off for Iceland to explore its potential in memory of their friend Harald Berger who died tragically in December 2006.
At 14.15 on 20 December Harald Berger, the three times Ice Climbing World Champion, winner of numerous competitions and extremely talented rock climber, died beneath an immense quantity of ice which collapsed while he was climbing on the overhanging Eiskapelle cave close to Hintersee (Flachgau), Salzburg, Austria.
Harald Berger from Austria has just returned from the Rätikon mountain range on the Swiss/Austrian border where he has made the first ascent of "Antihydral", an old Rochus Mathis project which now goes free at 8b.
Ines Papert and Harald Berger win in Norway and in doing so win the overall Ice Climbing World Cup 2006.
On 28/01 at Spicak (Czech Republic) the second stage of the UIIA Ice Climbing World Cup was won by Simon Wandeler and Ines Papertahead of Markus Bendler (2), Harald Berger (3) and Ksenia Sdobnikova (2), Anna Torretta (3).
Harald Berger from Austria becomes the second person to send the Trilogy, comprised of “Silbergeier” 8b+ (Beat Kammerlander), “End of silence” 8b+ (Thomas Huber) and “Kaisers neue Kleider” 8b+ (Stefan Glowacz).
The World and European Championship Ice Boulder took place in Valle di Daone last weekend and was won by Harald Berger and Ines Papert.
Saas Fee 21-22 January 2004. The Austrian Harald Berger and Petra Muller from Switzerland won the World Championship Ice Difficulty, while the Speed event was won by Evgeny Kryvosheytsev from the Ukraine and Natalia Koulikova from Russia
On 24/01/2004 Ines Papert and Harald Berger won the Ice climbing World Championship 2004. Alexandre Matveev and Natalia Koulikova won the Speed event.
Mauro Bole and Harald Berger repeat The End of Silence, 8b+ on the Feuerhorn, Berchtesgaden Alpen
Ines Papert and Harald Berger win the third stage of the ice World Cup 2003 in Saas Fee and the fourth Ice World Cup 2003
Ines Papert and Harald Berger are the provisional leaders of the Ice World Cup second stage in Valle Daone 2003
Harald Berger, Dimitri Bytchkov and Ksenia Sdobnikova win the IWC 2002 after final round in Quebec, won by Ines Papert and Dimitri Bytchkov.