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Dejan Koren, three new routes at Forcella Lavina

112026SINGING ROCK athlete Dejan Koren made the first ascent of three new mixed climbs on the North Face of Travnik in Valle Lavina (Laghi di Fusine, Tarvisio, Italy) during this European winter season.

The three new lines are extensions of the existing Spada di Damocle route made by Sergio Serra and Tullio Ferluga in winter 1981. Two of the new lines, Čiča Čara and Damoklejev srp, go diagonally to the left and to the right from the end of Spada di Damocle and Dejan climbed them with his buddy Tine Andreašič in 24th January 2015. The 3rd line, called Mali Bogovi (Little Gods), goes directly upward, it is the hardest, Dejan climbed it with Tine Vidmar in 4th March 2015 and he dedicated it to to the late Slovenian climber and journalist Urban Golob.

Read a more detailed article at planetmountain.com or a post on Dejan's blog.

Travnik parete nord - Valle della Lavina:
  • Čira Čara, M8+/WI5+, 150 m (+ 250 m Spada di Damocle): Dejan Koren & Tine Andreašič
    (24/01/2015)
  • Damoklejev srp, M4+/WI4, 170 m, (+ 250 m Spada di Damocle): Dejan Koren & Tine Andreašič (24/01/2015)
  • Mali Bogovi (Little Gods), M10+/WI6, 170 m, (+ 250 m Spada di Damocle): Dejan Koren & Tine Vidmar (04/03/2015)

Great, congratulations!
SINGING ROCK Team

Dejan Koren, three new routes at Forcella Lavina


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