Stefan enjoying the sweetness of ”Granitbiten” 6c at Skälefjäll last summer. One of those routes that rarely needs introducing but has been heard of by many; being the project or the warm up or, in my case, just a great climb on toprope. I’m starting to really long for warm summer winds and some easy … Mer Picture flashback: ”Granitbiten” 6c
It’s not hard to adjust to living in paradise..! Doubtlessly I would be happy forever if life was always like this; filled with love, friends, climbing, riding horses and the sweetest of spring weather. But we all know life is not like that. It’s a fine balance between good and bad, hardship and joy.. I’m … Mer To acclimatize; easy but hard
Anyone who has climbed with me knows a bit about my constant complaints on my height, or lack of it.. But I’ve also started noticing good things about it too; being strong on steeper terrain and having a lightness I wouldn’t trade for any centimeter ever. I’ve also realized hiding behind an excuse … Mer Picture flashback: Wish I was a little bit taller.. Or?
After a year of training on the Transgression hangboard I’m ready to make some conclusions on the effects I experience and also what those have lead me to realize about my climbing. 1. I’ve gained just about 5 kg of added weight on edge 18 mm, which isn’t much and shows just a slight improvement … Mer 8 mm but not enough confidence?
This might be one of the most photographed boulderproblems ever, but for a good esthetic reason..! Magnus Ryde working the middle part in search for success, but she bites back. She usually does!
Taken by someone, on some problem in some wood in Stockholm.. Stefan can’t remember the name of the boulder or even the problem. I’m not even sure how I got hold of the picture? It’s a mystery but somehow I like it; not knowing, just looking..