Rough mountains, intense experiences, failure and success – expect gripping adventures with fascinating photographs, inspiring stories and informative background knowledge in my lectures.
I am happy passing on my first-hand experiences and telling in an authentic way about the small and bigger pitfalls on the way to reaching the goal.
In doing so, it is particularly important to me to convey my passion for the mountains to the listeners in order to create space for inspiration and to provoke reflection.
I am particularly looking forward to a lively dialogue and will be happy to answer any questions from the audience.
THE POWER OF PARTNERSHIP
Successfully together on the mountains
What defines the success of a good climbing team today? And why do some partnerships work better on the mountain than others? Micha Rinn shows which key qualifications are necessary for a successful cooperation on the mountain. A gripping presentation about opportunities and risks on the playground of different motivations.
Duration: 60 minutes
Ice climbing in the far north
Both the geologically unique Iceland as well as Norway with its breathtaking landscapes far above the Arctic Circle are among the top destinations for ice climbers worldwide. Climbing massive icefalls, discovering new ice climbing areas, long cold nights and waiting for the northern lights – the far north offers many fascinating facets.
In this presentation, Micha Rinn talks about spectacular icefalls and the allure of discovering new areas in remote regions that freeze into ice every winter. A ramble through some of the best ice climbing areas in northern Europe.
Duration: 45 minutes
First ascents on the big mountains of the Alps and Canada
In recent years, the international mountaineering team Micha Rinn and Simon Richardson have achieved a number of remarkable first ascents on the big walls of the Alps and Canada. This fact makes them to one of the few mountaineers who are currently succeeding in opening new long routes at great heights in the Alps.
In this presentation Micha reports about their first ascents on Mont Blanc, Grandes Jorasses and Monarch Mountain in Canada, which led to nominations for the Piolet d’Or in 2018 and 2019.
Duration: 120 minutes incl. break
The forgotten side of Mont Blanc
After almost 30 years, Perfect Storm is a new route on the massive Miage side of Mont Blanc. In this presentation Micha Rinn describes the first ascent of this line in one of the most remote areas of the entire mountain range. A lecture about discovering new routes, team spirit and real partnership on the mountain. Perfect Storm was nominated for the Piolet d’Or in 2019.
Duration: 45 minutes
Europe’s largest mountain plateau in winter
» Traversing the Norwegian mountain plateau in winter
» Ice climbing on the Hardangervidda
» Climate and geomorphology (glaciers, lakes and rivers)
» Rjukan and its meaning for Germany in WW2
Duration: 90 minutes
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