Klettern, April 2006
Kaitersberg (the Bavarian Forest) with its over 200 gneiss routes is the most worthwhile place to visit in all the region.
by Jiri Sika
Her bouldering career started when she was 13. Being 15 she did her first 8a. In this interview Barbara Zangerl proves that the unlimited enthusiasm is the best training.
by Bernd Zangerl
Alpinism - The Hardest Expeditions of the 2005
Report from Grenoble - Piolet d’Or 2006 and the stories of four most extreme expeditions of the last year:
Nanga Parbat (8125m) – Steve House and Vince Anderson
Cerro Murallón (2831m) – Stefan Glowacz and Robert Jasper
Great Trango (6286m) – Dodo Kopold and Gabo Márik
Eiger (3970m) – Ueli Steck
TECHNIQUE AND EQUIPMENT
Multi-Fuel Stoves - Test
La Capelle – boulder treasure between Alés and Avignon, France
by Steffen Kern
Civetta & Turm Jenseits des Tales, Austria
Classic and new routes in Wachau.
by Gernot Goluch
Gross Bielenhorn, Switzerland
Famous granite walls above Furkapass.
by Nicole Luzar and Volker Roth
TRIPS & DREAMS
Drugs or mountains? Luckily, the addiction to climbing turned out to be more important for Reinhard Mair who dreamed of climbing Marmolada and made his dream come truth.
by Reinhard Mair