There is a mountain that we were seeking to tick off the list this season. The problem; it’s gigantic, quite alpine and faddy. Even though I’ve climbed a few times, it’s not all that easy to have everything on your side. We’ve been waiting since november to have stable enough conditions and saturday was that day.
A few weeks ago when colder temperatures came, we went through different base layer strategies to consider for the activity. Insulating layering strategies featured by Helly Hansen: Part 1 Baselayers. However, now it’s just not fresher, but goddam cold and it’s time to dive deeper in insulating layers. Just as on the last article, we Read more about Insulating layering strategies featured by Helly Hansen: Part 2[…]
You may have noticed on my last articles and photos that I’m always climbing with a fancy yellow backpack. Well, that’s the Mountain Hardwear Hueco 20 pack and during the last six weeks I’ve been putting it to test. […]
Whole weekend of blue skies,dry air and chili temperature? That doesn’t happen a lot in the fjords. Ove and me decided to go to Uskedalen and after a bit of persuasion Roar was in as well. Everything was set. […]
Over the last two months I’ve had the change of coworking with Alberto Zerain for the project 2x14x8000. Alberto has always been a big name for the Basque alpinism, but from the moment I got involved with 2x14x8000 and got to meet him, I haven’t stoped been impressed by his figure. LAST UPDATE 04/07/2017: Discarded Read more about Aurrera Alberto![…]
Last week I felt it was about time for multipitch and trad climbing so I called my friend Garro. I must confess that i was slightly afraid, as he always looks for badass activities and I was still healing my injured ankle. The idea was to head to the Zuriza valley, on the border of Navarra and Aragon, and seek climbing activities with alpine ambience, modest difficulties and semi-equipped trad pitches. How could I say no to something like that! […]