Keyword: Tips and tricks
Get ahead where most advanced beginners stop: This is how you can make the jump to the 7th level of difficulty.
Today we'll show you how to tie off the Petzl Grigri to have both hands free while belaying.
Tubers with eyelets, i.e. tubers with a plate function such as ATC-Guide, Reverso etc., are often used on multi-pitch routes. Because in the event of a second climber fall, the rope is blocked. Instead of a tuber, you can also use carabiners in an emergency. We'll show you how.
In bergundsteig #109 there was a report on the use of the rescue blanket as temporary UV protection. In the current article, the authors want to give an overview of other possible uses of the rescue blanket in the event of an accident.
Simple rope handling at the belay station with a self-made rope holder ring - the handicraft instructions in 5 steps, that's how it works!
The Japanese Tomoa Narasaki is one of the strongest boulderers in the world. In this video he reveals the best way to hold underhand grips and what to look out for.
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Nicola Bertoldo and Diego Dellai open a new mixed route on the north face of Monte Agnèr: Ultima Perla (350m, 5+, M6, 50°).