March 14th, 2015   |   Mountaineering

Summit Of Desire

The movie “Summit Of Desire” (Original title : We will walk on the Everest) will take us to the roof of the world in the footsteps of Sophie Lavaud : the live wire of this 2 months-journey spent in the shades of the Everest’s north face, facing the terrible winds blowing over the longest summit spine.

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March 12th, 2015   |   Mountaineering

Philippe Batoux tackles the « Droites »

Philippe Batoux is a master in the art of ice climbing, he made the central pillar of his sport life. We’re heading to the Droites’ north face, next to Chamonix for a tricky 4000er.

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February 24th, 2015   |   Mountaineering

Girls don’t want to be « guided » anymore!

Marion Poitevin, our climber and High Mountain guide shares with us a nice experience within the Female Mountaineering Group:

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January 12th, 2015   |   Mountaineering

Michel Piola's "Passion d'Ouverture"

Michel Piola is among the most respected and influential first-ascender and route equipper of his era. Even more since he has entered the climbing and mountaineering history with over 1500 first-ascents and counting. Today Michel Piola releases the movie “Passion d’Ouverture”, which will show highlights of his life as a first-ascender and equipper evolving in magnificent sceneries… But I’ll leave you to Michel Piola for some details.

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December 9th, 2014   |   Mountaineering

Jordi Corominas first ascent of the Chekigo!

Jordi Corominas (Millet Spain), opened a new route in the south face of Chekigo, Nepal, accompanied by Manu Córdova and Jonatan Larrañaga. They managed to complete their 1 200 meters first ascent in 22 hours nonstop. The Spanish trio tells the story.

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December 5th, 2014   |   Mountaineering

Made in Spain mountaineering!

Mikel Zabalza is part of the Millet Spain team and he recently made history in mountaineering. The Spanish Mountain & Climbing Federation has awarded Mikel with the prize of the best mountaineer for the opening of “2t”, located in the south face of the Paiju, Karakoram, Pakistan. It is fair to say that this achievement echoed in all the climbers and mountaineers’ communities.

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