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Muntii BUCEGI - 53 trasee
Muntii HASMAS - 19 trasee
Muntii POSTAVARU - 15 trasee
Muntii RETEZAT - 8 trasee
Muntii CAPATINII - 4 trasee
Muntii MEHEDINTI - 4 trasee
Muntii METALIFERI - 3 trasee
Muntii LEAOTA - 3 trasee
Muntii TRASCAU - 2 trasee
Muntii PARING - 1 traseu
Muntii VALCAN - 1 traseu
Muntii GIURGEU - 1 traseu

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8 lungimi de coarda de escalada in China
Daniel Dulac deschide un traseu de escalada multi pitch in China-La Voie du Milieu P1 - 6b - 15m - 6 bolts P2 - 6c - 35m - 15 bolts P3 - 8a+ - 50m - 20 bolts P4 - 8b+ - 25m - 10 bolts P5 - 8a+ - 30m - 9 bolts P6 - 8a+ - 50m - 19 bolts P7 - 7b+ - 25m - 10 bolts P8 - 6b+ - 25m - 9 bolts

Chris Sharma Free Climbs a Giant Redwood Tree
Like most kids, Chris Sharma grew up climbing trees. Born and raised in Santa Cruz, California, Sharma’s earliest climbing experiences involved scaling the limbs of trees in his parents’ backyard. In 1992, a 12-year-old Sharma traded trees for both indoor and outdoor rock climbing when he discovered the sport in one of the earliest indoor climbing gyms in the U.S. He quickly went on to be recognized as one of the best rock climbers in the world, winning both national and international climbing competitions as a teen, and ultimately pushing global standards into the realm of climbs rated at 5.15. (For a primer on climbing grades and terminology, click here.) His iconic first ascents of routes named Realization (5.15a) and Jumbo Love (5.15b) were the first of those respective grades in the world and milestone achievements in the sport of rock climbing.

Beyond Good and Evil
"In the house of pain, we were chained together searching for our truth, beyond good and evil". This quote from Nietzsche inspired Andy Parkin and Mark Twight, the openers of this mixed climbing route, that became a reference. Listed extremely difficult, North oriented, this route was appealing for François Damilano and François Marsigny, the repeaters of the route. Last winter, it was time for the up-and-coming generation, represented by Marion Poitevin and Sébastien Ratel to meet the challenge. Three duos, three experiences, three encounters… echoing the Trilogy alpine series.