• better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
  • better climbing
    better climbing Some will ask, "Why should I want to improve?" and indeed, the satisfaction of simply doing the sport is tremendous. But improvement in itself is a source of satisfaction. Also, the better you climb, the more you can climb! So many different factors contribute to your climbing performance. Where do you begin? Finger strength? Fear? Flexibility? Methods are known for increasing your ability in most of the individual skills involved in climbing. The problem is just that none of us has the time to work on all of them. We must pick and choose. On these pages Udo Neumann, author of many books and articles about improving in climbing and coach of the German Bouldering Team shares his insights, ideas and methods.
Einen sehr bewegenden Vortrag hielt der österreichische Fotograf Hermann Erber beim Bergfilmfestival in Salzburg in Erinnerung an seinen Freund Hari Berger. Gleichzeitig stellte er das großartige Buch "Equilibrium, Harald Berger - Ein Bildband" vor.


"Wir fahren um die Welt und dann machen wir ein Buch und lassen alle an unseren Abenteuern teilhaben." Das war der Plan. Doch dieser änderte sich am 20.12.2006. Hari Berger verunglückte tödlich bei einem Eiskletterunfall in der Nähe seines Wohnortes. In derselben Nacht kam seine Tochter Zoe auf die Welt. An diesem Buchprojekt soll niemand etwas verdienen, der Erlös wird gesammelt, um im Falle eines ähnlichen Unglücks einer anderen Familie schnell und unbürokratisch helfen zu können.

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