Keyword: Sebastien Berthe

Seb Berthe risks, fights and is rewarded

The Belgian professional climber and big wall specialist manages his first 8c route onsight with Ajo Crudo.

Full-length climbing film «Alpine Trilogy – Doggystyle» available

The full-length climbing film "Alpine Trilogy - Doggystyle" with Nicolas Favresse and Sébastien Berthe is now available.

Young gun Soline Kentzel free climbs 1000 meter big wall Golden Gate on El Capitan

At the tender age of 21, Frenchwoman Soline Kentzel is one of the youngest women to free climb a route on El Capitan in Yosemite. Together with rope partner Sébastien Berthe, she climbed the 36 pitches of Golden Gate in nine days.

After 23 days on the wall, Sébastien Berthe surrenders to the Dawn Wall

What an effort: Sébastien Berthe wrestled with the toughest multi-pitch route in the world for 23 days. For 16 days he struggled with the 9a key rope length. He fell out six times in his attempts at the last crux. Now the Belgian has enough and leaves the Dawn Wall - without a red point ascent, but with his head held high.

Siebe Vanhee and Sébastien Berthe take a break from the Dawn Wall

When it became known that the two Belgians Sébastien Berth and Siebe Vanhee were targeting the Dawn Wall, the rumor mill began to churn. Will they walk the route at record speed and maybe even devalue it? Two months later it became clear: The strong Belgians are having a hard time with the toughest multi-pitch route in the world and are taking a break.

Dawn Wall in the sights of Berthe and Vanhee - is the devaluation threatened?

The two Belgian Siebe Vanhee and Sébastien Berthe have arrived in Yosemite Valley. Your goal is to redpunkt climb one of the most difficult multi-pitch routes in the world, The Dawn Wall. Does this mean that the route is threatened with an imminent devaluation?

Belgian devaluation mania: lack of respect or legitimate criticism?

For a year now, Séb Berthe's Belgian crew has been raising eyebrows in the climbing scene. You make short work of established multi-pitch classics and devalue them. We spoke to Sébastien Berthe and the climbing legend Beat Kammerlander.

La promesse de l'aube (8c) - Seb Berthe triumphs again at the Petit Clocher

The Belgian solves the last problem at the Petit Clocher du Portalet for the time being. He succeeds in La promesse de l'aube (200m, 8c), after climbing "L 'histoire sans fin" (8b +) for the first time last week. But why did Didier Berthod approve these projects?