In a photo on Jess Roskelley’s smartphone—recovered along with his, Hansjörg Auer and David Lama’s bodies from the aftermath of the avalanche that killed them on Howse Peak
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David Lama, the Austrian climber made the first ascent of “Sagzahn-Dihedral“ at Valser Valley, Tyrol, Austria, in January.
David Lama achieves first ascent of the Baatara gorge in Lebanon.
The first in a series of films about David Lama and his free ascent of Cerre Torre.
David Lama and Dani Arnold established a new route Alaska called ‘Bird of Prey’
Continuing a streak of stunning alpine climbs, David Lama has completed a fast solo ascent of Les Barbares
On February 25, David Lama and Peter Ortner established a new route on the north face of Loska Stena, a circa 1000m high, five kilometer wide rock wall in Slovenia’s Julian Alps. Lama and Ortner, fresh from their first free climb of the Compressor Route, spent three days establishing the new, thirteen-pitch route, the Lama-Ortner […]
By free climbing Cerro Torre along the legendary Compressor Route, the Mammut Proteam athlete David Lama has written a piece of mountaineering history.
I had seen many photos of Cerro Torre before, I might even have seen that particular shot before, but now, for the first time, I also see a line.
To me this first free ascent of the south east ridge of Cerro Torre is the end to the probably greatest adventure I experienced in my life so far.