Siesta 8c by Noé Looser (13)


Monday, 11 May

Noé Looser has done her first 8c, Siesta in Vättis, "after three weeks of fun on the route. The 35 m and very steep routes includes many dynamic and long moves challenging the 148 cm tall and 13-year-old. She lives in eastern Switzerland and started rock climbing at age nine. Two years later she did Skyline 8b in Bürs, Austria. This was followed by alpine multi-pitch routes up to 7c+ in the Kreuzbergen and Rätikon. Last month she did Euphorie 8b+in Voralpsee in just a few attempts. How have you been able to stay fit during the lockdown and what is next? (asking her father) In the lockdown, she did strength training, stretching, jogging, yoga, and trained on the self-built campus board. Next, she wants to climb, climb, and climb again.

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