Kevin Heiniger masters the Lindental traverse E la natura va (8c)

Just over a week ago, Bernese Kevin Heiniger picked up the repeat of the 8c traverse in the Boulder area of ​​Lindental. A few days later he climbed the sport climbing route Déjà near Soyhières.

The perfect climbing conditions in many places make the projects shake. The latest report reaches us from Kevin Heiniger, For a long time he has been designing the boulder traverse E la nave va (8c) in Lindentalnear the city of Bern. The approximately 50 meter long line was from the Boulder Legend Fred Nicole first arrived in the year 1994 and has since blossomed into a popular line.

“I had wanted to climb E la nave for a long time, but I never had the stamina because I focused on classic bouldering. This year I took part in a Lead World Cup again and went rope climbing a lot. And because I prefer to go to Lindental when the weather is bad, instead of training in the hall, I decided to do E la nave above all. To my delight, the bill then paid off pretty quickly. "

Kevin Heiniger on the celebration of E la natura va

A few days after the success in Lindental Kevin exchanged the pad for rope and belt and cracked in Soyhières at Delémont the 8b + route Already, The route was first started by Philippe Steulet in the year 1989 and is one of the most beautiful Jura routes.

Video of the celebration of E la natura va (second picture, right click)

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