Robert Jasper, extreme climber and mountaineer, set off to the very little explored northern Patagonian inland ice in October with his mountain guide cohorts Jörn Heller and Andi Thomann as well as photographer Klaus Fengler. Their motto was “explori…Read more
Hard to believe: This week, a giant flag was hoisted from the summit of one of the most beautiful mountains in the world, Ama Dablam in Nepal, at 6,828 meters. The 100m x 30m flag was draped by a Kuwait expedition. Proud of a summit victory is fine, …Read more
Mammut Pro Team Athlete Marek Holeček and his climbing partner Radoslav Groh did it! The two Czech mountaineers made the first ascent of a new route, which leads through the center of the eastern face of Huandoy Norte (6360m). Marek and Radoslav name…Read more
Denis Urubko sends a successful solo ascent on the Gasherbrum II on a completely new route.
Urubko and his partner Maria “Pipi” Cardell left for Pakistan in mid-June to join the Gasherbrum II on a new route. Unfortunately, Pipi already injured dur…Read more
Tom Livingstone (Great Britain) together with Aleš Česen and Stražar (both Slovenia) made the first successful ascent of the Latok I (7145 m) over the northern ridge at the end of July last year. The team reached the summit via the West Summit via on…Read more
Luka Lindič announces that he has with Ines Papert and Brette Harrington first climb a new mixed route at Mt. Fay (3234m) in Canada on April 2-3. After being lucky with the weather and snow conditions, they managed to find a line through the center o…Read more
Czech mountaineer Márek Holeček reports on his alpine-style ascent, with his partner Zdeněk Hák from the virgin northwest face of Chamlang (7321 m) in the Nepalese Himalayas. The new ascent is called UFO Line and is referred to as “the heaviest climb…Read more