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Pimp my Hilti

In 1998 I happened to walk into a climbing store in Grand Junction, Colorado. I found an issue of Climbing laying around somewhere and flipping through the pages I came across a report about some guy who tuned his battery powered hammer drill, making it more suitable for bolting routes.

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Youtube vs. Soulweeper

Nowadays, news always spread most rapidly via the „social networks” like face book, YouTube and what not. This time, it was my own fault.

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A Quick Introduction to Slovenian Climbing Areas

Last fall I had a couple of really good days in Kotecnik, Slovenia and ever since I’ve been wanting to write about this place. Well, as usual time flew by quickly and fall has turned into spring again.

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Dirty Thirty - Peggau

After hosting a party with the above mentioned name, I went to the Peggauer Wand to hang out in the sun with many of my friends: Mel, Martina, Birgit, Berni, Maxl, Flo, Philipp to name just a few.

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Frankenjura - Oldies But Goldies

It was one of the most fun short trips I've been on in a long time! A great constellation of people coming from Münster (Germany), Vienna and Graz (Austria) and Sevilla (Spain). Six days of climbing under blue skies, in shady forests and under the light green leaves...

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The Umea Connection

Planning a bouldering trip when its 30 degrees Celsius outside is like shopping for groceries when you’re totally stuffed. It just doesn’t feel right. But somehow you know you’ll be hungry again, after not having eaten for a few hours and you know you will love it when you smell and see the goodies in front of you.

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The Battle Rages On

Or: The beauty of the no-anticipation-send. It all happened when I least expected it. But it all started with Deep Purple in 1996…

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Intensive Spanish Language Course

It’s amazing how much Spanish you can learn during a 36-hour-short trip! This is especially surprising, when the trip doesn’t even take you to Spain, but to Slovenia.

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Finally! The Trip Report is Online...

I know, I promised this report to be done by the end of November but some work on my master’s thesis really kept me busy.

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