CampoBase, June 2007
Appears: 12 times a year
Iñaki Ochoa de Olza
Louis Philippe Ménard and Maxime Turgeon are two Canadians that have recently sign up to the elite of the world alpinism. In spite of a relatively short climbing career they already have on their account few routes on the most impressive mountains of Alaska.
By Louis Philippe Ménard
Climbing in Chile – Torres del Brujo
Solitude and big granite walls – this is what you find on Torres del Brujo, in the heart of the Andes of Chile.
Ausangate – The Holy Mountain of Peru
The Incas believed that the world emerged from the argument between two mountains, Ausangate and Salcantay, the representations of the male and the female. In consequence the mountains separated. Salcantay descended to the Selva, and Ausangate stayed on the height.
By Laura Piferrer and Josep Mula
It is said that the art of adventure tours has disappeared but the participant of the crossing the Arctic trip has the right to disagree.
By Javier Campos
David Maciá – Interview
David Maciá, climbing coach, talks about his experience and his opinion about the climbing world.
By Óscar Gogorza
Classic climbing equipment
By Sergio Bereñas
By Curro González
HEALTH AND MOUNTAINS
by Pablo Terrón
by Sara Berdún Mingo and María Jesús Núñez Martí