Author: Kilian Jornet

Romsdalsfjord Skyline

8-9-10 june 2018, running-climbing arround Romsdalsfjord by the ridges. 168km – 22.000m – max V- rock climbing. Self-supported (one village halfway) Gear: X-alpine shoes, socks (2), long teeshirt, shorts, skin pro 15 backpack, x-alp gloves, down jacket, hybrid pants,cutted 20cm iceaxe, 3 part poles, sunglasses, balaclava, 50m 5mm dynema rope, light harness, 1 safety carabinner, 20 bars and 10 gels,

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Romsdal 7 Topper

  Running crossing linking 7 summits (Gjuratind 1712m, Store Vengetind 1852m, Kvanndalstind 1744m, Romsdalshorn 1552m, Store Trolltind 1788m, Kongen 1614m and Dronninga 1544m) – Total: ± 80km – 9000m. here he track and the move (before it stops)   Equipement: total 1.2kg Shoes: Salomon XAlpine Backpack: Salomon Skin Pro 10L Bonatti jaket Hybrid Pants GoPro Session Smartphone (until it

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the most important word of “freeclimbing” is free

“Free climbing is a specific rock climbing term that was created in contrast with aid climbing. It refers to climbs in which climbing protection such as ropes, tri-cams, nuts, and other aid-climbing equipment, may be used to protect against injury during falls, but cannot be used in ascending the climb. The term free climbing originally meant “free from aid”. The White House post

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Light in Nepal

Himalayas is a (the) place that makes dreaming all adventurers. Hight mountains, deep valleys, nature-close cultures, exposition and remoteness from communication are some of the ingridients that excites us to travel there. The stories of Reinold Messner, Chris Bonnington, Doug Scott…or more recently Tomo Cesen, Iñaki Ochoa, Dennis Urubko or Ueli Steck transport us to ideals that

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