Favresse and Berthe does the Alpine 8b+ Trilogy by bike

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Monday, 25 October

Last summer 2020, by bike and in only two weeks, Belgian climbers Nico Favresse and Seb Berthe climbed the famous Alpine Trilogy (composed of three historical 8b+ multi-pitch routes: Huber’s End of Silence, Des Kaisers neue Kleider established by Stefan Glowacz in the Wilder Kaiser massif in Austria and Silbergeier in Switzerland's Rätikon put up by Beat Kammerlander). To add some more spices to the adventure, they brought... their dogs, Koux and Bintche!

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