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From the hall to the mountains - a climbing textbook

Alexander Huber, Nicho Mailänder

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With Alexander Huber and Nicholas Mailänder, two of the most experienced German climbers have teamed up to pass on their knowledge. Beginners and advanced learners benefit equally from this.
The unadulterated joy of climbing outdoors begins with learning the safety technology in the facility - according to the latest findings from safety research. The first step outside is when bouldering in nature. In the climbing garden chapter, the reader receives detailed instructions on how to use the mobile safety devices. Unusual techniques of crack and chimney climbing are taught. The authors have put together all the information that the active person needs in order to undertake multi-pitch routes equipped with bolts and traditionally secured climbing tours in the mountains with the highest level of safety.
• First-hand information for successful climbing
• Instructions for the transition from the climbing hall to the mountains
• The latest knowledge in training and climbing technique
• With instructions for the careful planning and implementation of climbing tours
• So: hot practical tips from absolute professionals

Alexander Huber, born in 1968, is a state-certified mountain and ski guide, climbing professional and graduated physicist. He and his older brother Thomas are known as the Huberbuam. Alexander Huber is one of the most successful all-round mountaineers in the world and has also mastered the free solo style, climbing without a rope or safety device. In 2008 he was awarded the Bavarian Sports Prize in the "Ambassador of Bavarian Sports" category. The Huberbuam received the Bavarian Film Prize for their documentary Am Limit. Alexander Huber lives with his family in Traunstein.

cover Paperback
Page number 189
Publication date 15.03.2011
language German
ISBN 978-3-939499-11-4
publishing company Berg & Tal publishing house
Dimensions (L / W / H) 26.1 / 19.1 / 1.8 cm
Weight 734 g
Illustrations Illustrated in color throughout, 1 overview map
Edition 1
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cover Paperback
Page number 189
Publication date 15.03.2011
language German
ISBN 978-3-939499-11-4
publishing company Berg & Tal publishing house
Dimensions (L / W / H) 26.1 / 19.1 / 1.8 cm
Weight 734 g
Illustrations Illustrated in color throughout, 1 overview map
Edition 1

description

With Alexander Huber and Nicholas Mailänder, two of the most experienced German climbers have teamed up to pass on their knowledge. Beginners and advanced learners benefit equally from this.
The unadulterated joy of climbing outdoors begins with learning the safety technology in the facility - according to the latest findings from safety research. The first step outside is when bouldering in nature. In the climbing garden chapter, the reader receives detailed instructions on how to use the mobile safety devices. Unusual techniques of crack and chimney climbing are taught. The authors have put together all the information that the active person needs in order to undertake multi-pitch routes equipped with bolts and traditionally secured climbing tours in the mountains with the highest level of safety.
• First-hand information for successful climbing
• Instructions for the transition from the climbing hall to the mountains
• The latest knowledge in training and climbing technique
• With instructions for the careful planning and implementation of climbing tours
• So: hot practical tips from absolute professionals

Alexander Huber, born in 1968, is a state-certified mountain and ski guide, climbing professional and graduated physicist. He and his older brother Thomas are known as the Huberbuam. Alexander Huber is one of the most successful all-round mountaineers in the world and has also mastered the free solo style, climbing without a rope or safety device. In 2008 he was awarded the Bavarian Sports Prize in the "Ambassador of Bavarian Sports" category. The Huberbuam received the Bavarian Film Prize for their documentary Am Limit. Alexander Huber lives with his family in Traunstein.