On 12 September the Gorge du Verdon, France, hosted The North Face Nightray Outdoor Fest, an all night celebration of everything to do with exploration organized by The North Face.
On Friday 18 September the Tor des Géants, cancelled ahed of schedule due to prohibitive weather conditions, celebrated its winners and all finishers in Courmayeur, Italy. France’s Patrick Bohard and Switzerland’s Denise Zimmermann won the grueling trail running race, ahead of Gianluca Galeati and Lisa Borzani (second) and Marina Plavan and Christophe Le Saux (third).
A difficult decision was taken yesterday at the Tor des Géants: at 8.30 am the grueling mountain running competition was cancelled due to prohibitive weather conditions.
The Tor des Géants 2015 was won yesterday by 51-year-old Frenchman Patrick Bohard. Gianluca Galeati from Italy placed second, Christophe Le Saux from France third.
Patrik Bohard and Denise Zimmermann currently lead the Tor des Geants 2015 in Valle d'Aosta, but anything can happen in the mountain race considered the most difficult in the world.
On Sunday 13 September 2015 a gigantic human chain was formed beneath the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Dolomites, promoted by Amnesty International Italy to call for freedom, justice and peace.
On Sunday 13 September 760 runners set off from Courmayeur for the 6th Tor des Geants, considered the most difficult mountain race in the world. The athletes have until Saturday 19 September to complete the 330km, 24.000 meter elevation gain course across Valle d’Aosta, but the first runners are expected to cross the finishing line some time on Wednesday 16 September. Yesterday France’s Patrick Bohard and Italy’s Sonia Locatelli were the first to reach the checkpoint at Valgrisenche.
On 14 August 2015 at the Bar al Lago in Corvara, Alta Badia, Dolomites, Italy the Frozen Rats band will give a concert to raise money for Nepal, to help after the earthquake and also to take stock of the current trekking situation in the country.
The video filmed by Yuri Palma about the Grigne massif in Northern Italy.
The photos of the sixth Messner Mountain Museum, inaugurated at Plan de Corones, South Tyrol, Italy, on 24 July 2015.
Monaco is currently welcoming a record number of exhausted athletes after hiking and flying from Salzburg in the Red Bull X-Alps 2015.
For the grand finale of the Matterhorn Cervino 150, i.e. the 10 day celebration of the 150th anniversary of the first two ascents of Gran Becca, Valtournenche and Valle d'Aosta have prepared three days of mountain climbing and culture.
Yesterday, Tuesday 14 July 2015, Christian 'Chrigel' Maurerwon the Red Bull X-Alps adventure race for a fourth time in a row, after 8 days, 4 hours and 37 minutes, ahead of Sebastian Huber and Paul Guschlbauer. Italy's Aaron Durogati is one of the top athletes in this race by paraglider or on foot from Salzburg to the Principality of Monaco.
Perfect flying conditions marked the eighth day of Red Bull X-Alps 2015. After the Mont Blanc turnpoint, Switzerland's Christian Maurer has begun the last stage south along the Alps Maritimes towards the Principality of Monaco, followed closely by Paul Guschlbauer. The day's report.
The tribute provided by the Italian Air Force aerobatic team marks the official start at Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche to the great celebrations that, from 10 - 19 July 2015, the Region of Valle d'Aosta and the Municipality of Valtournenche are dedicating to the Matterhorn to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the historic first two ascents of the Gran Becca.
The report of day 4 of the Red Bull X-Alps 2015. Christian Maurer leads, followed by Paul Guschlbauer and Sebastian Huber.
The reports of the first two days of the Red Bull X-Alps 2015, the tough advenure race, by paraglider on foot, from Salzburg in Austria to the Principality of Monaco.
The seventh edition of the Andorra Ultra Trail Vallnord finished on Sunday 28 June with a record 2600 participants from 39 different countries. Four days of events, from 25 - 28 June 2015, for 4 mountain running competitions and 1 walk were helped by excellent weather and more than 400 volunteers who gave their best to look after all runners.
The video filmed by Matteo Mocellin that documents the 'discovery' of the mysterious Buso dea Torta da parte cave in Northern Italy on behalf of Giovanni Spitale and Angela Bonato.
Yesterday in Salzburg, Austria, the Red Bull X-Alps 2015 got underway. 32 athletes from 18 different nations will head towards the Principality of Monaco. Over 1000 km by paraglider on foot, across some of the most spectacular scenery in Europe.