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Alex Megos opens climbing hall | Frankenjura Academy

Partial opening of the Frankenjura Academy: From today on you can climb in Alex Megos' climbing hall in Forchheim.

Stefano Ghisolfi climbs the legendary Action Directe (9a) | Video

First 9a in the world: With Action Directe, Stefano Ghisolfi repeated one of the most iconic lines in the world last fall.

Historical routes repeated: Ghisolfi and Piccolruaz successful on the rock

Stefano Ghisolfi repeats the legendary 9a route Action Directe, Michael Piccolruaz scores Weisse Rose at the Schleierwasserfall.

12 Saxon Kinglines Free Solo in one day

At the end of May, Anton Schröter climbed 12 difficult climbing tours in one day - all of them so-called master routes - in Saxon Switzerland Free Solo. The psychological impact of this undertaking is difficult to grasp and even made Saxons like Bernd Arnold or Robert Leistner swallow empty. We spoke to the 24-year-old about his monster solo effort.

Moritz Welt repeats Frankenjura classic Corona (9a +)

Moritz Welt scores in the Frankenjura on the Corona route first climbed by Markus Bock in 2006. At the time of the first ascent, the finger-heavy and technically demanding 9a+ line was considered the most difficult route in the Frankenjura.

High-altitude climber Luis Stitzinger dies on Kangchenjunga

The German extreme mountaineer and mountain guide Luis Stitzinger has had an accident on Kangchenjunga. The 54-year-old had reached the summit of the third highest mountain in the world last Thursday afternoon and sent a last radio message around 21 p.m. - he has been missing since then.

Dylan Chuat tests injured ring ligament: Action Directe (9a) scores

Dylan Chuat's ring ligament injury seems to have healed. The Swiss climber recently subjected his fingers to a real endurance test and, among other things, repeated the Wolfgang Güllich classic Action Directe (9a) in the Franconian Jura.

The Mountains on Stage film festival stops in Switzerland, Germany & Austria

The mountain film festival Mountains on Stage is back with a brand new program and tour in over 130 cities in 18 European countries. The German-speaking tour starts on November 29, 2021 in Zurich and stops in 13 cities in Switzerland, Germany and Austria. As the official media partner, LACRUX is giving away tickets for a demonstration of your choice.

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