Today it worked: Alexander Rohr climbs Ravage

The brief failure in the second attempt of the classic Ravage in Chuenisberg a few days ago, Alex Rohr apparently did not rest on. He returned today and successfully climbed the historic route red dot.

Yesterday we reported on the Ascent of the route L'appel de la forêt in Chuenisberg and about the fact that Alex just failed the classic Ravage. The route first climbed by Antoine Le Menestrel was the hardest route in the world with 8b + / 8c in 1986.

Alex in the lower part of the route Ravage

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Alexander Rohr climbs Fred Nicole route in the Basel Jura

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