On the walls and edges of the Three Peaks of Lavaredo write the history of climbing for more than 100 years.
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On the walls and edges of the Three Peaks of Lavaredo write the history of climbing for more than 100 years. Since the first ascent of the north wall of the Cima Piccola in 1890, by the legendary Sepp Innerkofler, climbing became an end in itself. From then on these spectacular Dolomite walls we offer, again and again, each time more amazing activities.
But the Three Peaks are much more than a world-famous climbing area: are legendary. The best climbers have left over time their fingerprints on the Three Peaks, showing her outstanding skills: Paul Preuss and Hans Dulfer before the first world war in the thirties Emilio Comici, Dimai brothers, Ricardo Cassin and also muniqueses Hintermeier and Meindl. After the Second World War came climbers worldwide pointers to open the most impressive lines on the walls of the Spires.
Today in the Three Peaks are free to scale the hardest. So Coubal brothers, Christoph Hainz, Mauro Bubu Bole and Alexander Huber have demonstrated outstanding activities that extreme climbing over the Spires has lost none of its fascination.
To Alexander Huber, one of the leading climbers of today, the Three Peaks of Lavaredo are a special place. In 2002, scored a solo ascent of the once dreaded comprehensive "Direttissima" the Cima Grande. Climbed the "Hasse-Brandler (VIII +, 7a + / 7b) alone, without any means of artificial aid or insurance. Presumably, the current top-of difficulty," Bellavista "(in red dot XI-, 8c +), Alexander Huber, for many climbers pointers represent a challenge to overcome, once again, the last frontier of difficulty.
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