Desnivel, December 2005
Appears: 12 times a year
8b on the Gran Capucin
by Alex Huber
Vignemale – the most ‘alpine’ Pyrenees
Presentation of one of the highest Pyrenean massives, Vignemale, outstanding thanks to it’s alpine character.
by Alberto Martínez Embid
Climbing in Sant Benet
Sant Benet in Montserrat was one of the most important free climbing areas of Spain in the ’80s. More than 20 years have not changed anything there. Sant Benet keeps surprising the visitants with its extraordinary magic character.
by Ona Jorba
Tuc de Molieres
25 years after reaching the Tuc de Molieres Peak on skis, Jordi Longás decides to celebrate this fact by ascending the mountain again in exactly the same way.
by Jordi Longás
Solo of Heinz Zak 20 years later. He was a photographer during first solo ascent of this route in Yosemite by Wolfgang Güllich. Now he decides to be on the other side of the camera.
by Heinz Zak
‘Unión de Buitres Socialistas y Anarquistas’ (The Union of Socialist and Anarchist Eagles) or, in other words, the group of young people that developed climbing in the ‘70s.
by Juan José Zorrilla
Ropes, the new diameters.