Mišja peč

Finally some nice weather for climbing in Istria

Finally some nice weather showed up in Istria and made good conditions for climbing on the sun. Looks like our latest article Projects in Istria inspired some climbers for some new first ascents.

Domen Kolenko made a first ascent of Jurij Ravnik‘s project in Mišja peč. The new route starts right from Stinger (7c) and ends on the anchor of Skodelica kave (7b). Now it has a name Pinč v klinču and a proposed grade of 7b+.

In sunny Dvigrad, Marko Kalčić did a first ascent of Goran Matika aka Gogo‘s project, just left of Pukotina (6b). New route has a name Žveljarin and a proposed grade of 7c+.

And what about hard redpoints?

Vojta Trojan from Czech Republic smashed the first part of Sanjski par (8c+) in Mišja peč, in just three days. Now, he is trying the 9a extension.

Slovenian Enej Novak ticked the classic traverse in the right part of Mišja peč called Strelovod (8c). Here you can watch the uncut video of his ascent.

The Pole climber Robert Wykret redpointed the long Pikova dama (8b) in the central part of Mišja peč.

Another Slovene climber, Robert Buh managed to clip the chains of hardest route in sector Babna in Osp, undercut masterpiece named Veper lady (8b).

As the sunny, crispy and cold weather continues, more and more hard climbs will be done for sure, so keep in touch!