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Michi Wohlleben - Who is Who?

Michael Wohlleben is professional alpinist. His hardest ascents are: Eiger Northface Teamspeed Ascent (5h10min), First Winter nonstop Trilogy of the Tre Cime Northfaces (15h42min), First Ascent Pray for Power M14, First free ascents of Antro.po.cene (Taghia 500m, 8a), Gehts noch Doc (Blankenstein 250m, 8a), Hystrix (Sicilia 220m, 8a), Ramadan 8b onsight and 3x8c redpoint.

Angelika Rainer - Who is Who?

Angelika Rainer is one of the best female drytooling climbers. she won the Ice climbing World championship in 2009, 2011 and 2013 in South Corea and she also won the Worldcup ranking in 2012 and 2015. Her hardest drytooling routes are Steel Koan and Kamasutra (both D13+). She is also very good at free climbing, she climbs routes up to 8b+. She did first female ascent of Italia 61. A 250m long 8a route on Piz Ciavaces (Dolomites)

Climbing forums in the world

In almost every country where is rock is usually some climbing community. There are lot of local websites about climbing, but not every has a climbing forum, where you can speak with climbing community in this country. Here is list of climbing forums:

Ramon Marin - Who is who?

I meet Ramon Marin in Canmore (Canada), where we climb in Cineplex. He do Musashi M12, Steel Koan M13+ and some nice icefalls. Here is interview with this strong guy from Spain (or England).

Raphael Slawinski – Who is Who?

In may 2014 I made interview with Raphael Slawinski. Originally interview was in polish, but I translated this to english. You must be prepared, than in text will be some (MY) translation mistakes :-). Original text you will find here.

Climbing & Mountaineering Dictionary (lot of climbing terms)

All climbing activities has a lot of special terms which are essential to understand this sport. Here you will find lot of climbing terms, mountaineering slang, glossary, dictionary and lot of information about climbing :-). There will be words from activities like: Rock Climbing, mulit-pitch climbing, mountaineering, ice climbing, dry-tooling, ski-touring, trekking, alpine climbing, and high altitiude climbing.

Siesta with Marion

At the end of September 2014 Pavel "Bača" Vrtík and Dušan "Stoupa" Janák climbed the north face of the Grandes Jorasses, the Alps, France-Italy border. They repeated a line called No Siesta with a four pitches variant to a Bonatti-Voucher line (because of a lack of ice). On the route they spent two nights and endured one snowstorm.

Read an English translation of Bača´s article Siesta with Marion about the ascent (the original article in Czech available at Lezec.cz).

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