Adam Ondra climbing towards the world’s first 9c
Interview with Czech climber Adam Ondra who at Flatanger in Norway is currently attempting a route he believes might merit a 9c grade, meaning it would be the hardest sport climb in the world. (PlanetMountain)
Bouldering World Cup 2017: India live
Live streaming of the finals of the sixth stage of the Bouldering World Cup 2017, currently taking place in Navi Mumbai, India (PlanetMountain)
Alexander Megos 9a+ sends from Austria to Ceüse
German climber Alexander Megos has made fast ascents of three 9a+ sports climbs: Jungle Boogie at Ceuse in France, Companion of Change in Austria’s Zillertal and Clash of the Titans at Götterwandl. (PlanetMountain)
Monte Limbara and the new trad climbing in Sardinia
The latest trad climbs at Monte Limbara on the North of Sardinia, first ascended by Maurizio Oviglia and Filippo Manca. Oviglia provides the report. (PlanetMountain)
C'était demain, the first 8A boulder problem in Fontainebleau
The series The Classics | Boulder introduces C'était demain, the famous first 8A boulder problem at Fontainebleau in France. Jakob Schubert and Anna Stöhr attempt to repeat the bloc first climbed in the cradle of bouldering by French climbing champion Jacky Godoffe back in 1984. (PlanetMountain)
Dent Blanche and Wandfluegrat, the normal South Ridge route
Mountaineering in Switzerland: Italian mountain guide Alberto De Giuli introduces the famous Wandfluegrat, also referred to as the Dent Blanche South Ridge (4357m), the classic alpine ridge high above Val d'Herens in Switzerland’s canton Valais. (PlanetMountain)
Aaron Durogati and the unmissable, ever-changing air of Red Bull X-Alps 2017
Interview with paragliding champion Aaron Durogati who on 2 July will lift off from Salzburg in Austria and take part in his third Red Bull X-Alps, the 1100km race by paraglider or on foot across the Alps all the way to Monte Carlo. (PlanetMountain)
Chris Sharma climbs huge Pont d’Arc Deep Water Solo
American rock climber Chris Sharma has made the first ascent of a circa 30m high deep water solo climb on Pont d’Arc, Ardeche, France. (PlanetMountain)