Desnivel, March 2006
Appears: 12 times a year
The stories of Cerro Torre.
By José L. Mendieta
François Damilano: “The Golden Age”
In the 80’s he was the main pioneer of the ice climbing. Damilano calls that time “The Golden Age of the Waterfalls”. He opened hundreds of routes that needed not only courage but also new techniques of climbing on such instable structures.
by José Isidro Gordito
The Four Rules
Take a small group of people, choose a mountain higher than 8.000m, new and difficult route in alpine style and you will get a great story of high alpinism. Urubko and Samoilov chose the South West Face of Broad Peak. The result: new, 2 500meter route with difficulty: A2 and 6b to 6.600, and M6 to 7.500m, in six days of ascent and two of descent.
by Desnivel and Denis Urubko
Jérica – sport climbing in Castellón
Review of the decade of climbing in Jérica, very popular sport climbing region in the eastern Spain.
by Txentxo Lli
The Anayet Peak (2.545m)
Presentation of one of the peaks of the Pyrenees - the Anayet, and the detailed information about it’s routes.
by Alberto Martínez Embid and Alberto Hernández
ISPO 2006, Munich
The climbing innovations.
by Tino Núñez
Cordillera Cantábrica – The Massive of Valnera
Presentation of interesting itineraries for ski mountaineering in the region.
by Javier Torralbo
Miguel Ángel García Gallego
The “big wall” passion.
by Juan José Zorrilla