Keyword: Robert Leistner

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.

Will outdoor climbing become a fairground?

The fans whir, the bass booms from the loudspeakers and the blocks serve as crash pad depots. This climbing lifestyle, which many professionals celebrate in their videos and which is lived in abundance at the bouldering hotspots, is not only met with enthusiasm.

Survived again: gripping film about Robert Leistner

Robert Leistner is a Saxon thoroughbred climber and knows the Elbe Sandstone Mountains like the back of his hand. Today we can exclusively present you a short film about the first ascent of numerous difficult and hair-raising climbing routes.

Robert Leistner manages the redpoint ascent of expulsion of the last idealists (8c / 12a) in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains

Before 14 years Robert Leistner opened the route expulsion of the last idealists (8c / 12a). Now he gets the first redpoint ascent.

Kilian Fischhuber and co climb the Sundrun Pillars in Siberian no man's land

The Austrian climber Kilian Fischhuber traveled to one of the most remote places in the world as part of an expedition: to the granite city of Ulakhan-Sis with its numerous...