Here you can find my current topo guide “Klettern am Spitzbunker” as well as guidebooks of other authors with detailed route descriptions of our first ascents.
Klettern am Spitzbunker in Gießen
Drytooling and sport climbing on a landmarked air-raid shelter in the heart of the city! Whether sport climbing in summer or drytooling in winter: The topo guide “Klettern am Spitzbunker in Gießen” has all the details and route updates for the current climbing year.
Region: Gießen, Hesse/Germany
Author: Micha Rinn
Layout: 30 pages, size 21 x 29,7 cm, PDF
Release: 01.2021, last update 06.2021
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Hochtouren Westalpen, Band 2
Excellently researched routes, detailed descriptions and great photos. In addition, insightful mountain views and maps for planning make this selection guidebook from the Rother Selection series the German benchmark for rock and ice routes between Monviso and Mont Blanc.
Region: Mont Blanc massif, Graian Alps, Dauphiné, France/Italy
Authors: Hartmut Eberlein and Ralf Gantzhorn
Layout: 352 pages, 200 images, size 16,3 x 23 cm, folding brochure
Release: 2017, 2. edition 07.2020, Rother Verlag (Oberhaching, Germany)
Mont Blanc – Italian side
A summary overview of the rock climbing areas on the Italian side of the Mont Blanc massif – from the western Val Veny to the Brenva flank, the Tacul satellites to the Val Ferret and Grandes Jorasses. Available in three languages: English, German and Italian.
Region: Val Veny & Val Ferret, Aosta/Italy
Authors: Fabrizio Calebasso and Matteo Pasquetto
Layout: 448 pages, size 15,5 x 21 cm, folding brochure
Release: 06.2020, Versante Sud Publishing (Milano, Italy)
Best of keepwild! – selection guidebook
Enjoyable clean Alpine climbing in Switzerland.
Authors: Daniel Silbernagel and Christoph Blum
Layout: 368 pages, size 12,0 x 18,5 cm, softcover
Release: 2006, 2. edition 2013, Panico Verlag (Köngen, Germany)
Topo guidebook Gruebenkessel
Alpine climbing, crags, sport climbing routes, winter trips.
Region: Handegg, Switzerland
Author: Daniel Silbernagel
Layout: 208 pages, size 12,0 x 17,0 cm, softcover
Release: 2007, out of print, Topo Verlag (Basel, Switzerland)