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A group for all those that enjoy hiking, skiing and climbing on mountains.
"It's always further than it looks.
It's always taller than it looks.
And it's always harder than it looks." - The 3 rules of mountaineering
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Summited Aconcagua in January. If some are interested in the routes, altitudes or other numbers, it's all in my moves.
(seeking solid advice) I'm a newbie to mountaineering, planning to make my first "real" ascent. My background has included basic climbing (5.8/5.9), trekking along coasts and a few ridges. I have a passion in my gut to summit a mountain before 30.
Suggestions to reach my goal are appreciated. cheers, ;-)
Nicolas (paramedic student)
Time for Adventure! ;-)
I can't stand damned winter season. Planning tours for summer at the moment.
This is one of the sweetest mountaineering books: 'The Endless Knot' by Kurt Diemberger. Highly recommended! Good climbing folks! Manuel.
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