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Pierre Allain, or The climbing revolution

EN - Alpinography, the biography of alpinists who impacted the world during their lifetime.Episode 02, season 01. Today's subject: Pierre Allain. Pierre Allain was a French alpinist from the 1930's ...
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Raymond Lambert, or Humility above all

EN - Alpinography, the biography of alpinists who impacted the world during their lifetime.Episode 01, season 01. Today's subject: Raymond Lambert. Raymond Lambert was a Swiss mountaineer from the 1930's ...
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Raymond Lambert – ou L’humilité avant tout

Alpinographie, la biographie des alpinistes qui ont marqué leur époque. Episode 01, saison 01. Sujet du jour : Raymond Lambert. Raymond Lambert est un alpiniste suisse des années 1930 à ...
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Finale Ligure Groupe

So you want to ride Finale Ligure

You've heard a lot about how much Finale Ligure was a Mountain Biker's paradise, and you decided to head there for the first time.But as any first-timer you have doubt ...
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50 summit cover

50 Summit – Challenge completed

It is exactly 8:49am CET time when my left foot hits the summit of the 15’780ft Mont-Blanc. I left the bivi camp 5’415ft below about 5h ago, giving me a ...
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Dinara Peak from Knin

Hiking up Dinara – Croatia

The Dinara peak (also localy known as Sinjal) is located near the city of Knin, in the upper south part of Croatia. With 1831m a.s.l it is the highest summit ...
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Sunrise over mountains

50 Summits

In 2019 I will embark on a new adventure.The goal? Summiting solo and unassisted each European country's highest summit and raise awareness on the increase of mountain pollution. The road ...
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Cycling New Zealand's gravel road

Cycling through New-Zealand

It took me less than half a mile to question my decision and ask myself what in the world I had just gotten into. The word “regret” might be what ...
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Mountains are for everyone

How not to be a disgusting asshole on mountains

DON'T LITTER DON'T LITTER. It is that easy and that simple. I honestly shouldn't even have to write anything more. But fine, I guess I'll have to keep going on. It's ...
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Map for how to travel

How to prepare for a world tour travel

What are the things to know about traveling around the world? How do I get ready to for a world tour? What do I need to bring for my travels? ...
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Dragon from the Wat Phra That Temple of Doi Ngum

Hiking to the Wat Phra That of Doi Ngum – Thailand

The Doi Ngum is a small summit from the Doi Ton range located East of Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand. The majority of the hike is located on the Lamphun ...
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Thailand Pai Cloudy Sunrise

Hiking the Mae Yen waterfall trail – Thailand

The Mae Yen Waterfall is located near the city of Pai in Northern Thailand. Though there's waterfalls pretty much everywhere in Thailand that one is worth the shot because of ...
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The Michinmahuida Glacier in Park Pumalin

Hiking to the Michinmahuida Glacier through the Pumalin Park – Chile Patagonia

El Parque Pumalín (ThePumalín Park) is located in Patagonia on the Chilean side, just East of El Chaitén. The Park was created by Douglas Tompkins, founder of the North Face ...
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The lagoon of Cerro Castillo

The Cerro Castillo trek – Patagonia

El Cerro Castillo (literally The Castle Hill) is located in Patagonia on the Chilean side. It is a 3 to 4 day trek that will bring you in the heart ...
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View from the top of Dos Irmaos in Rio

Hiking Morro Dois Irmãos – Brazil

Morro Dois Irmãos, meaning the Two Brothers Hill, is a rock formation located just South-West of the Leblon beach leading to one of the best views of Rio de Janeiro.Though ...
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