Keyword: Bächli mountain sports
Lacrux TV: Professional climbers have to have a constant online presence. How do they deal with this and how does this pressure influence climbing ethics?
For a long time, only the side of the IFSC critics was heard in the matter of RED-S and eating disorders in climbing. Now the association is speaking out.
Climbing World Cup in live stream: We show you various ways of watching the Climbing World Cup in Bern live.
For a total of 12 days in August, the international climbing scene will compete at the Climbing and Paraclimbing World Championships 2023 in Bern's Postfinance Arena. Which Swiss athletes are in pole position? And which climbers from abroad are hotly traded? An overview.
The world's eight-thousanders are seething. The reason for this is the record hunt by Norwegian Kristin Harila. She is trying to climb the 14 highest mountains in less than six months. Currently it even looks like after three months.
Various new climbing guides were published at the start of the summer, including "Alpine Klettertouren Band 1", a hand-picked selection of 81 alpine climbing tours in western Switzerland. Co-author Daniel Silbernagel has put together four tours for you: From the practice ridge, to the pleasure tour and the lonely insider tip, to the classic.
Bernd Zangerl's climbing career has been anything but linear. In an interview, the bouldering pioneer reveals how a spiritual healer made his comeback possible for him in 2015, where his irrepressible passion for opening up new lines comes from, or what he understands by sustainable climbing tourism.
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110 climbers and professionals criticize IFSC for competing as part of the controversial mega-project NEOM in Saudi Arabia.
Jakob Schubert repeated Clash of the Titans (9a+). Now, after some reflection, he suggests upgrading the route to 9b.
Simon Gietl: “Being able to climb something like that at the beginning of November is like a birthday and Christmas together.”
After an impressive first ice ascent: Simon Gietl about unexpected surprises on the first ascent, style discussions and early ice.
Professional climber and alpinist Alexander Huber climbs free solo on the famous 150-meter rock needle near Cala Goloritzé in Sardinia.