• Bouldering...
    Bouldering... .. is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... .. is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... .. is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... .. is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering
    Bouldering is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering
    Bouldering is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering
    Bouldering is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering
    Bouldering is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering
    Bouldering is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering
    Bouldering is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering
    Bouldering is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  •  Bouldering...
    Boulderingg... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
  • Bouldering...
    Bouldering... ... is a style of rock climbing undertaken without a rope and normally limited to very short climbs over a crash pad so that a fall will not result in serious injury. Bouldering's documented origins may be found in Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. The British coined the words bouldering and problem at that time. The first climber to actually make bouldering his primary specialty (in the mid 1950s) and to advocate its acceptance as a legitimate sport not restricted to a particular area was John Gill, a mathematician and amateur gymnast who found the challenge and movement of bouldering enjoyable. Boulder routes are commonly referred to as problems because the nature of the climb is often short, curious, and much like problem solving...
Sonntag, 28 Juni 2009 08:57

Rocklands, South Africa bouldering

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Rocklands, der 2004 trip

 
 
Rocklands, der 2004 trip...
 
   

otherland

Geniales problem mit super leisten. Von weitem sieht der boulder wie ein perfekte, glatte wand aus.....und ich hab mir schon gedacht dass man da was schweres raufmachen kann.....jedoch entpuppten sich die incutleisten dermassen gut, dass otherland zu einem der schönsten aufwärmboulder wurde.

Out of balance

Diese logische weiterführung des klassikers: question of balance, stich mir bereits letztes jahr ins auge. Die griffe hoch oben schienen aber recht klein und nur in grossen abständen vorzukommen.
Aber nach einigen versuchen fanden wir eine lösungsmöglichkeit durch diesen „flügel“
Für mich eine der genialsten linien in den rocklands. Schulterpower ist nicht von nachteil. ;-)
Gehört fast zur kategorie high ball, aber dafür super ebenes absprunggelände.
Erstbegehung: fred nicole / 1wh: bernd zangerl

Moisty Moissy ….benannt nach unserem lieblingslied in africa
...das sloperproblem! Steiler dürfte die wand nicht mehr werden, denn ansonsten könnte man die aufleger wahrscheinlich nicht mehr halten. ..oder es wird in SA einfach mal saukalt.
Der boulder ist von anfang rechtpressig, und die füsse sollten nicht gerade unkontrolliert den kontact zum felsen verlieren.......den ansonsten sitzt man schnell am boden.

mm...warted mit einer extrem interessanten bewegung auf.....geniales problem ... Viel spass....

ressonance

traumhighball. Gleiche kategorie wie out of balance, aber dafür ist hier mehr fingerpower gefragt. Ist steiler als es aussieht.
Erstbegehung: fred nicole / 1wh: bernd zangerl

 

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