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Piolets d’Or 2017 to discuss need of evidence in alpinism

K2 Mountain Oceans Poles

Ethics roundtable

(Desnivel) In view of growing professionalism in mountaineering and doubts about some activities, this edition of Piolets d’Or will be an international forum for mountaineers and journalists to discuss the need to provide evidence in high-level alpinist activities.

At the heart of the debate will be controversial ascents of figures such as Cesare Maestri, Tomo Cesen, Herzog-Lachenal, Ueli Steck … continue reading (Spanish translate)

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