German photographer Klaus Polzer, with a photo of rider Neil Williman, has won the 2016 edition of Arc'teryx King of Dolomites, the photo contest in the Pale di San Martino range aimed at shooting the most beautiful freeride, ski or snowboard photo of the Dolomites.
On Saturday 20 February the Ski Mountaineering World Cup Transcavallo Sprint Race was won by Robert Antonioli and Laetitia Roux.
Kilian Jornet and Laetitia Roux earned precious points on Friday 19 Febraury 2016 at the fourth 2016 ISMF Ski Mountaineering World Cup event, the 33rd Transcavallo, by winning the Individual race that took place at Alpago, more specifically at Col Indes, a few kilometres above Tambre.
From 18 - 21 February 2016 San Martino di Castrozza (Dolomites) will host the fourth edition of Arcteryx King of Dolomites, the photo contest to shoot the most beautiful freeride photo of the Dolomites.
Nepal's Pasang Lhamu Sherpa Akita has been nominated National Geographic People’s Choice Adventurer of the Year 2016. Apart from being a highly talented mountainer, Pasang Lhamu distinguished herself for her role in relief efforts after the country suffered a severe earthquake in April 2015.
At Les Marecottes in Switzerland the Vertical Race European Ski Mountaineering Championships were won by Victoria Kreuzer and Kilian Jornet Burgada.
The European Ski Mountaineering Championships are currently taking place at Les Marécottes in Switzerland. The Individual race was won on 05/02/2016 by Italy's Michele Boscacci and France's Laetitia Roux.
The press release of the 24th edition of the prestigious international mountaineering award Piolet d’Or that will be celebrated from 14 - 17 April 2016 at La Grave-La Meije, France.
Google has published a Street View exploration of the Mont Blanc, produced together with Kilian Jornet Burgada, Catherine Destivelle, Patrick Gabarrou, Corrado Korra Pesce, Laetitia Roux, Ueli Steck, Candide Thovex and photographers Jonathan Griffith, Renan Ozturk, Sender Films.
Ski Mountaineering World Cup, Kilian Jornet Burgada, Emelie Forsberg and Laura Orguè win the Font Blanca in Andorra
The first stage of the ISMF Ski Mountaineering World Cup 2016 took place at Font Blanca in Andorra last weekend. While Saturday’s Individual race was won by Kilian Jornet Burgada and Emelie Forsberg, Sunday’s Vertical race was won by Burgada and Laura Orguè Vila.
The ISMF Ski Mountaineering World Cup 2016 begins in Andorra this weekend with two events, one individual race and one vertical race.
The World Ski Mountaineering Cup 2016 is comprised of five stages: Andorra 15-16 January, Albosaggia (Italy) 30-31 January, Les Marécottes (Switzerland) 5-7 February, Alpago (Italy) 19-20 February and Prato Nevoso (Italy) 18-20 March.
On Sunday 28 February 2016 the Tris Rotondo will take place in Canton Ticino, Switzerland. This top ski mountaineering competition is one of the most prestigious events in the ski touring circuit. The organizers have worked hard to ensure three different race courses and introduce some important novelties, such as showing its support for the Kam for Sud association for Nepal.
The film "Mont Blanc: the land of toys" by Luca Rolli, starring the skiers, snowboarders and alpinists Davide Capozzi, Andreas Fransson, Francesco Civra Dano, Giulia Monego and Julien Herry.
The trailer of the new short film "Mont Blanc: the land of toys" by Luca Rolli, starring Davide Capozzi, Andreas Fransson, Francesco Civra Dano, Giulia Monego and Julien Herry.
On Monday 19/10/2015 impressive rockfall took place on on Rocher du Mel de la Niva above the village of Evolène in the Swiss Alps.
The video channel of the Lombardy Mountain Guides that deals with various mountain themes such as mountaineering and rock climbing.
The film Apogée in memory of the skiers Andreas Fransson and JP Auclair who were killed just over a year ago, on 29 September 2014, by an avalanche on Monte San Lorenzo in Patagonia.
Ivo Ferrari retraces the winter repeat of the Pelmo North Face, carried out in the Dolomites by Soro Dorotei, Renato Panciera and Giuliano De Marchi. One of the most memorable stories of alpinism and winter mountaineering
Seven alpinists were killed on Tuesday, 15 September 2015 when they were hit by an avalanche on Dôme de Neige, in France’s Ecrins massif.