In memory of this influential climber, CityROCK Cape Town will be screening a tribute to Ueli Steck on Friday 26 May from 6-8pm. A collection of videos from throughout his inspirational life will be shown.
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Yesterday, Ueli Steck, the Swiss climber commonly regarded as one of the most formidable alpinists to ever live, was making a solo ascent of Nuptse
Ueli Steck, 39, soloed the Heckmair Route (ED2, 1800m, FA 1938) on the North Face of the Eiger in 2 hours 22 minutes and 50 seconds
Ueli Steck pushes the limits in every style of climbing. His resume has everything from 5.13 solos, speed records, and 8,000 meter peaks.
Ueli Steck has summited some of the highest peaks in the world. Climbing at any level requires adhering to strict processes in order to remain efficient and safe in the mountains.
Ueli Steck talks about the up’s and down’s of the last year.
Video interview of Ueli Steck by Hervè Barmasse, one week after (9 October 2013) the “28 hours run” on the new route “C’est la vie” on the South Face of Annapurna.
Swiss climber Ueli Steck soloed the South Face of Annapurna in a 28 hour round-trip.
In September I was trekking around the Annapurna Massif in Nepal. Near the end of the trek I went up to Annapurna South Base camp.
He completed the Lafaille line up through the headwall and on to the summit. It’s an ascent that pretty much baffles the mind. But it’s an ascent he puts down to being ‘lucky’, “sometimes you’ve just got to get lucky in the mountains”.