French connection D15-
posted on March, 2017

Since I had heard last winter about this new Drytooling cave called Tomorrows World at Passo Fedaia in the Dolomites, I was really curious. The British climber Tom Ballard who had bolted and claimed the first ascent of all the routes, had invited me to ...

The Ice climbing competitions 2017
posted on February, 2017

USA, China, South Korea, Switzerland, Italy and France – 6 competitions in 3 different continents, this were the numbers of the ice climbing competition season 2017. It was an exhausting season, both physically with 5 competitons in a row, one weekend ...

Getting older and repeating a route that turned 30 togehter with me
November, 2016

This year an important birthday came up for me - turning 30 feels like a big step in life and has made me reflect how time goes on. During my twenties I used to feel very very young, but now I am aware that I am entirely adult and responsible for my life. ...

The next level
posted on April, 2016

This past winter, my main goal was to climb a route graded M14. In my previous trip to Colorado one year before I had already tried a great route called “The Mustang” but that time I did not feel well physically, so I decided to come back to the ...

Red Bull White Cliffs
posted on October, 2015

In the beginning of October I was invited to the most special event I have ever taken part - The Red Bull White Cliffs at the Isle of Wight. In this competition, some of the best Ice climbers from all around the world had to climb the 100 meter chalks ...

My summer
posted on September, 2015

This year in Italy we had the hottest summer since records are taken, with several weeks reaching temperatures about 38°C all over the country and I really enjoyed it! Normally in summer I focus on sportsclimbing, mainly around home. After my very ...

Ouray Ice Festival and Worldcup in Europe
posted on February, 2015

Four weeks of competitions are over and they went so so well! In the beginning of January I visited together with my boyfriend Marco Colorado in the US. We spent some days Mixedclimbing in Vail and then moved to Ouray, where we did some iceclimbing ...

First ascent of Magnolia
posted on August, 2014

You haven’t always necessarily to go to a far away place or country, to find a new challenge. This spring, after the iceclimbing season finished, Davide one of my climbing partners suggested me to try the original, direct extension of a route close to ...

Trailer Mixed and Iceclimbing Trip Canada
posted on May, 2014

This winter together with my boyfriend Marco and our friend and photographer Klaus I visited Cineplex Cave and Helmcken Falls in Canada. These have been the most special and impressive places I have ever been to and I've climbed at! I could do "Clash ...

Eastern in Istria
posted on April, 2014

Togheter with my friend Barbara I decided to visit during eastern holidays the new climbing crags in Istria, that our Croatian friends Aleksandar and Morana had spoken so well about. We were completely enthusiastic about the rocks around the village Buzet. ...

Clash of the titans at Helmcken Falls
posted on February, 2014

The climbingtrip of me and my boyfriend Marco to Canada had the precise destination Helmcken Falls. This is an enormous cave of 150 meters height with a waterfall in front, that continuosly sprays water perls on the rock of the cave and so creates ...

Mixedclimbing in Canada
posted on December, 2013

Climbing, more precisely Mixedclimbing in Canada, had been on my Adventurelist for some time. Canada is very popular for iceclimbing but as I read in some articles, also the Mixed should be great and in the so called „Cineplex cave“ there are located ...

Trailer Vertical Dreams
September, 2013

The Iceclimbing competitions season 2013, including my win in the World Championship in Cheongsong, Corea; Dry Tooling, Alpine climbing and Sportsclimbing – all these climbing disciplines that fascinate me and that I present in my new slideshow “Vertical ...

Non mollare, do not let go
posted on March, 2012

This last one, for me was for sure the best week in my climbing life. Only 7 days after my win in the Ice climbing World Cup I could do my first 8b+. “Non mollare”, which means “don’t let go” is the nicest route I ever climbed, but also the one, on which ...

Il volo dell'angelo and il mostro
posted on february, 2012

Three days – two Dry Tooling routes. One in the Dolomites, in the “Grotta dei sogni” in the Cadore area, one in the sportscliming area “Maddalena” above Brescia. One on conglomerate stone, one on limestone. Both start in the center of a big cave and travers ...

Rodellar - Pinza time, 8a flash
posted on september, 2011

My first trip to Rodellar, one of the most famous and most beautiful climbing areas of Spain, arrived directly after a month of rest because of a tendon inflammation at my elbow. It had been caused by too much pull-ups made the last autumn to prepare ...

Sharm el Sheik Triathlon
posted on march, 2011

I went to Sharm el Sheik not only to simply lie in the sun and go to the disco as anybody does in Sharm, but to go with the bicycle, run, swim and obviously also to chill al little bit on the beach after a long cold winter. The private TV channel Sky ...

Again world champion
posted on february, 2011

And another time a dream comes true. After two years of hard training and lately of some competitions full of bad luck, this time everything went perfectly. In the beginning of February I won the world championship in ice climbing in Busteni (Romania). ...

Outsider 8a+, Cornalba
posted on may, 2010

When Simone Moro freed this route in 1989 at the legendary Italian crag Cornalba, I had plenty of other things on my mind. For example playing in the garden or getting my diapers changed by mummy. At that time I wasn't even three years old. Last winter ...

New Zealand
posted on april, 2009

Here it is: Lovely, so beautiful - just gorgeous! … Expressing it with the words of the local people. Just after my arrival I started with a really intensive weekend, sightseeing in Christchurch on Friday, shopping and a walk on the beach on Saturday, ...

Via "Italia 61"
posted on october, 2008

In the end of September I was able to climb „Italia 61“ (8a, 230m) at Piz Ciavaces, Sella, Dolomites. I had tried the route for the first time in spring and I immediately fell in love with it. The 8a – pitch, a 5 meter horizontal roof suited me very ...