Benjamin Letham documents his paragliding and wingsuit flights in Switzerland.
Via Alpina, the ancient Walser people, new inhabitants, old and new means of transport. Searching for a real sustainability. The last of our three episodes of SuperAlp! 2013 by our reporter Simonetta Radice.
Interview with Lorenzo Di Nozzi, the author of Valsesia - pasture portraits, a book of photographs that documents the two-year journey with the shepherds high up in the Sesia Valley (Monte Rosa).
In July Jorg Verhoeven carried out the traverse of the Zillertaler Hauptkamm in Austria. An unusual week of alpinism in the busy schedule of a great sport climbing champion.
An old hut in the mountain above Premana, Claudio who lives in it, and a nature reminiscent of other sounds and rhythms in the video of Matteo Mocellin.
The new challenges of sustainable mobility, between big development projects and small steps. Courmayeur and the futuristic new Mont Blanc cable car. Cogne and its wonderful Sant’Orso meadows, searching for the right balance between tourist development and local economy. The second of the three part series of the 2013 SuperAlp! edition by our reporter Simonetta Radice.
Monaco welcomed its tenth and final athlete on Friday morning, just hours before the Red Bull X-Alps c2013 ame to an end at 12:00 local time.
With just hours before the curtain comes down on the 2013 Red Bull X-Alps, the remaining athletes are putting in a last desperate effort to make it to Monaco before the race ends at 12:00 on Friday.
From 18 - 20 July 20 San Candido (Val Pusteria, Dolomites) will host the first Adventure Days Movie Awards. The program includes the world's 40 best films and documentaries, while special guests include Manolo, Alex Bellini, Danilo Callegari and Michael Wachtler. "A way of being, words by and about Walter Bonatti will be staged in the Dolomites for the first time, as well as numerous workshops for adventure lovers.
The Italian Peter Gebhard has placed fifth in the Red Bull X-Alps 2013
The Frenchmen Clement Latour and Antoine Girard have placed second and third at Red Bull X-Alps 2013, won on Sunday by Switzerland's Christian Maurer.
Christian 'Chrigel' Maurer (SUI1) today, Sunday July 14th, set a new record after racing from Salzburg to Monaco in an extraordinary 6 days 23 hours and 40 minutes to win the 2013 Red Bull X-Alps.
The Alpine Convention project, at its seventh edition, brings us through the Western region of the Alps to discover new and old issues. The first of three reports of the 20 SuperAlp! edition by our reporter Simonetta Radice.
Monaco beckons! In less than a week since setting off from the Austrian city of Salzburg, Christian Maurer (SUI1), a 30-year-old athlete from Switzerland, is approaching the final leg to Monaco and could arrive as early as Sunday.
The report of the 4th day of the Red Bull X-Alps, dominated by Switzerland's Christian Maurer.
The Red Bull X-Alps 2013 got underway to a perfect start. Thousands of fans cheered the 31 athletes from the Mozartplatz in the centre of Salzburg from where there 1000km journey across the Alps has now begun.
On Sunday, July 7 at 11:30am the Red Bull X-Alps 2013 gets underway, the extremely difficult paragliding and running competition all the way from Salzburg in Austria to the Principality of Monaco.
The Via Ferrata Gamma Uno at Pizzo d’Erna in Italy officially reopens today, while Via Ferrate Gamma Due at Dente del Resegone reopens on Saturday 6 July.
One week to go to the start of one of the most demanding challenges in the world: 31 athletes from 21 different countries will compete for over 1000, crossing the Alps from Salzburg to the Principality of Monaco. The only means of transport: their own feet and a paraglider.
Andy Frötscher from Klobenstein (BZ) is the veteran of the Red Bull X-Alps 2013, he has competed in all editions. On July 7th he will leave for his sixth crossing paragliding and running across the Alps from Salzburg to Monaco. With Aaron Durogati and Peter Gebhard to defend the Italian colors.