Robert Jasper, Bio
Home: Black Forest, Germany
Extreme Climber Robert Jasper is considered one of the best alpinists in the world and in 2005 had his achievements recognised through the award of the Piolet d'Or, the Oscar of the mountaineering world.
The variety of his talents make him known as an alpine decathlete. Robert has a penchant for climbing the Alps' most dangerous routes solo and completes different routes in a very short space of time.
In 2003 Robert Jasper was named as the world's most successful mixed climber by the German magazine "Climbing", but today he leads expeditions to remote mountain ranges like the Himalayas and the Patagonia region in South America.
The three biggest North Faces of the Alps (Eiger; Matterhorn and Grandes Jorasses)
Eiger North Face climbed 17-times on mainly different routes
First one day ascent of Cerro Torre in Patagonia from Basecamp
First solo ascent of Spit verdonesque 7a, A1 Eiger North Face
First ascent of the most difficult Eiger North Face climb Symphonie d´libertee 8a and first free ascent of the Japanese direct 8a, 1800m
Mt.Mc Kinley (Denali) two different Routes in four days
Murallon North pillar M8 first ascent
Murallon North face 1. ascent 7c,A2, 1000m
Baffin Island, First ascent take the long way home 8a, A4
First ascent of the hardest mixed routes worldwide Flying Circus M10, No Limits M13, Powerbat M13+
Freeclimbing: onsight 8a, Redpoint 8b+
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