Gigantic icefalls in Norway for Robert Jasper, Markus Stofer and Robert Schäli
Climbed by different teams the two longest icefalls of the world
07 March 2009
During two different trips to Norway, the very active german climber Robert Jasper climbed with Markus Stofer first and with Roger Schäli then, two huge and very difficult ice routes and a shorter but even more difficult route. In Gudvangen, area of Aurland, on february 3, Stofer and Jasper climbed Into the wild WI6 X E5 900 close to 1,300 meters lenght, maybe - according to Jasper - the longest waterfall-ice climbed in the world. On february 6th, Stofer and Jasper climbed Landeplage WI7 E4 240 meters, crux on a big and attractive free-standing
Then, during the second trip, on february 19th, Jasper e Roger Schäli climbed on a very long day Fosslimonster WI6+ M8+ E5 lenght1000 meters : on this waterfall Jasper and Stofer have done, a week before, two attempts, climbing 2\3 of the waterfall.