October 21st, 2014   |   Expeditions

82 4000, Share the dream

The 82 4000 Association started from a simple observation. It is not possible for all of us to access mountain activities. Two friends who loved mountaineering, Hugues and Raphael, have reached the same conclusion: Not everybody can “afford” this. The two friends felt concerned about this disparity and decided to do something about it.

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October 17th, 2014   |   Millet Expedition Project

Millet Expedition Project

Millet and its partners now present the opportunity for you to realize your wildest expeditions ! Whether your project is to dive in the North Pole's icy waters or to climb a mythical summit, Millet and its partners are gathering to provide the support your dream expedition needs. You can already start building up your application... Be creative !

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October 16th, 2014   |   Climbing

Brid Klina - The wall of Anica Kuk

Antoine Bletton is a versatile mountain addict, he skies, he climbs and of course he fancies mountaineering too. Today's objective includes an aerial climbing route. He is going for Brid Klina, a route located on the wall of Anica Kuk, Croatia.

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October 10th, 2014   |   Expeditions

Pioneering in Ethiopia

Elad Omer goes to Ethiopia so he can find new climbing spots. He will find many other things there… He tells the tale…

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October 3rd, 2014   |   Hiking and trekking

A new guidebook for trail runners: « L’altitrail du Mont-Blanc »

François Damilano has several strings to his bow. He is an excellent mountaineer who opened several ice cascades and he climbed summits that are now part of the classics. François is also a writer who wrote three captivating books about mountaineering. Also, he works with JMEditions which is a famous guidebook publisher for mountain sports. During a “Montagnes Reportages” interview with François Damilano, he reveals the last JMEditions project; « L’altitrail du Mont-Blanc » written by Pascal Frérot. What makes this book particularly interesting is that it covers the “out-of-competition” aspect of trail running. François talks about this guidebook.

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October 1st, 2014   |   Climbing

An unusual summer

After his expedition to the Basque Country and in the Asturias, Mathieu Bouyoud is ready to go to the United States of America! The young French climber is very enthusiastic and impatient to leave for the Red River Gorge, Kentucky, a great climbing spot and a must for American climbers. Mathieu tells us everything.

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