March 2016

Adam Ondra in the hardest Slovenian route - Vicious circle (9a+/b) @ Photo by Luka Fonda For Easter holidays Adam Ondra visited Istria and crushed almost everything. :) On Friday he warmed up in Osp in sector Babna where he onsighted Fetia Ura (8a). After he moved to Mišja peč where he redpointed the connection project he bolted last spring. The connection route now with the name

From yesterday, 24th of March 2016, the border crossing Sočerga Požane is reopened. It was closed from 11th of January 2016 due to the road reconstruction on Croatian side. Now there is reopened the fastest and the shortest road connenction between the climbing areas of Črni kal, Mišja peč and Osp in Slovenia, as well the crags around the city of  Trieste (Italy) to the center

Spring is in the air and finally warm sun hitted the rocks of Istria! With the sun normally also the climbers come out and that's why no surprise that we have so many hard-core redpoints to report of. Most climbers were gathered again in the famous Osp and Mišja peč. And what were the highlights of the last ten days? Tim Unuk climbed his first 8c of the

@ Photo by Luka Tambača This Thurday the best Slovenian boulderer, Jernej Kruder, did the 8th ascent of a historic classic in Mišja peč – Za staro kolo in majhnega psa (8c+). The route was first ascended by Tadej Slabe back in 1992 and was at that time considered as the third hardest route on the world after German Action direct and British Hubble. Short but extremely

In between the shitty weather last week there was also some sun and some dry rocks to climb on. In Kompanj Goran Matika aka Gogo succeeded in his 100th 8a or more, this time he redpointed the awkward and sharp Nussknacker, 8b. Of course as usual, we also have some hard-core ascents from Mišja peč. Jakob Bizjak executed in the long endurance traverse of Tedi's cave Mr Big hand