Marco Müller, Philipp Geisenhoff and Alex Rohr give full throttle in Céüse

A few weeks ago the international climbing scene gathered in the French sport climbing mecca of Céüse. The Swiss climbers Marco Müller, Philipp Geisenhoff and Alexander Rohr took part.

Not only Alexander Megos. was in Céüse and left the climbing scene with the first ascent of the route Bibliography (9c) sit up and take notice. A strong Swiss troop was there too and was successful.

Marco Müller climbed with Le Cadre Nouvelle a 9a, the Basler Philipp Geisenhoff deciphered La Part du Diable (8c +) and the Berner Alexander tube projected Jungle Boogie (9a +). Luca Osswald from ActiontalkTV accompanied the boys.

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