They exist, the wild trails, the non-trails, the so-called pathless terrain, where nature hides the non-existent path, making every step a question.
THERE IS NOTHING TO SEE IN PATAGONIA
“Gabriel, would you like to come to Patagonia?“ Vitto asks. “You are so fit, and you are as nimble as a cat on ice. I really think you would be able to climb the Ferrari or the Ragni route, on Cerro Torre”.
Luck, pride and pushing your limits
During the #salewahome campaign , Salewa called on mountain enthusiasts to share their mountain dreams – and then offered to help them come true.
FEELING THE MOUNTAINS
Gabriel Tschurtschenthaler, a visually impaired alpinist, climbed the Hintergrat on the Ortles together with Vittorio Messini and Matthias Wurzer.
THE LESS, THE BETTER
The Austrian climber Louis Gundolf reinterprets Safety Discussion, the route opened by David Lama.
FEDERICA MINGOLLA: CARPE DIEM
From injury to climbing the “Bellavista” on the Cima Ovest di Lavaredo: a story of passion, strength and aesthetics.
A few months back, the two professional alpinists and Salewa athletes Simon Gietl and Roger Schäli set an ambitious goal. Together they plan to climb and link together the six great north faces of the Alps – non-stop and by fair means.
My Red Bull X-Alps
It’s been an eventful year for Thomas Friedrich. The 20-year-old paraglider from Graz had a dream come true this summer when he took part in the Red Bull X-Alps.
There is a young man who wants to try something, to pursue a dream that was his father’s. Something that would be impossible without the right buddy; something that will not proof or change anything, besides the beauty of trying.
HOME IS AN ATMOSPHERE
The question isn't "where is home?" The question is "what is home?" Sometimes you need to go far to understand it. Simon Messner found his answers in Pakistan, alone, on Geshot Peak.