Klemen Becan


Birthdate: 14.8.1982

Residence: Rakek, Slovenia

Years Climbing: 25

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/kbecan

Instagram: kbecan25

Blog: http://kbecan.blogspot.com/

Video: https://vimeo.com/110348247


Klemen is our coach and guide for:

Sport climbing performance and mental coaching, deep water solo, bouldering, sport climbing road trips, multipitch climbing


  • Basic climbing techniques - proper footwork, correct balance, proper use of handholds, ...
  • Advance climbing techniques - sidestep, drop knee, flagging, heel/toe hooks, no hand rests, ...
  • Mental coaching - reaching and overcoming individual limits
  • Fear management
  • Climbing safety - belay/lead belay, anchor set up, lead climbing, spotting, ...
  • Onsight, flash & redpoint approach to climbing
  • Outdoor climbing risks and their understandings
  • Deepwater solo safety specifics, techniques, and tricks

Sports achievements: 

  • Siempre se puede hacer menos, Chulilla, Spain 8c OS FA (used to be 8c+)
  • Papichulo 9a+, Oliana, Spain
  • La rambla 9A+, Siurana, Spain
  • Joe mama 9a+ FA, Oliana, Spain
  • Waterworld 9a FA, Osp, Slovenia
  • Halupca 1979 9a, Osp, Slovenia
  • Roctrip 250m 8c+, Drasnice, Croatia
  • Fisheye 8c OS, Oliana, Spain
  • Wadirumela 8b+ slab, Wadi Rum, Jordan


About Klemen:

At age 7 Klemen tried to climb for the first time and since then all he wanted to do was to climb. Soon he joined the competition group and started to train more seriously and at age 14 he started in international competitions in the Slovenian Youth climbing team. He had many good results and at age 15 he became the world youth champion. In the big competitions, it was a little harder and he had to fight from the back of the rankings in the year 2008 he finally got to the top of the podium at the World cup competition in Kranj, Slovenia. In bouldering World cups he got two-second places in the year 2009.

More important for him than competitions was always rock climbing and he spends as much time as possible in nature. Onsight is his favorite thing and in 2004 he did his 1st 8b+ on sight. Many other hard routes followed with the hardest one Siempre se Puede Hacer Menos (https://vimeo.com/117570995) where he did onsight the first ascent graded 8c+ and later downgraded to “only” 8c after finding an easier way out at the top. Klemen doesn’t like to spend much time working the routes but he still managed to do some 9a’s from which his favorite is Waterworld in his home crag in Osp (Slovenia) (http://kbecan.blogspot.com/2014/03/big-project-osp.html), where he had to approach with the kayak or later on the Tyrolean traverse. In 2016 he climbed his hardest routes graded 9a+ in Oliana (Spain) and also started trying something even harder. At the moment he’s putting a lot of energy into climbing all over Catalonia and sending not just the hardest routes but also enjoying climbing in easier lines which fills him with lots of good energy. Besides climbing Klemen likes to fly. For him successfully topping out the route has never been the main goal. More important is to enjoy the climb, give a big fight and take a long fall at the end.


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