From Optice to CSO
Optice is a scientific project to study snow and ice dust and crystals to understand climate change. CSO instead aims to create a worldwide database of snow depth data in which all mountain lovers can contribute.
We the Power
We are surrounded by energy, but have we ever wondered where it comes from? Energy communities produce and consume energy in a sustainable and ethical way, and that is exactly what we need to face one of the infinite aspects of climate crisis.
Loose, flowing turns after loose, flowing turns, through untouched evergreen forests, on a ribbon of sandy loam. The Aosta Valley becomes the stage of a cycling adventure to discover mountains, refugees and all that this area has to offer.
Bally Peak Outlook’s 8X8000M Expedition
Bally Peak Outlook’s 8X8000M expedition recently cleared four peaks of the Himalayas rom litter, while paying homage to local communities through a series of documentaries. The core of the expedition has been the base camps, victims of the greatest pollution.
Wild Women Running
A simple run between 3 friends has now become an all-female community with more than 600 members. The goal is to increase confidence in women’s ability and push them to face challenges both on the trails and in personal life without fear.
Hannes Namberger is 31 and loves running in the mountains. From the south of Germany, on the border with Austria, he has always had the perfect playground outside his doorstep to practice some of the activities he loves: trail running, mountain biking, ski mountaineering.
Peter Moser Aurai
South Tyrolean roots written in his surname, a son of art of the mountains, a self-taught person. Peter Moser is a wild and pure spirit. An authentic person, a force of nature who experiences the mountains as a journey of exploration of the soul and unspoiled nature.
Il Sentiero del Viandante
A trail that winds along the eastern shore of Lake Lecco, the best way to catch the first symptoms of nature’s rebirth. The trail also allows you to have a clear view of the Larian flora and the delicacies and first fruits that the season brings with it.
Can you hear me?
Last August 2020 Simon Gietl fulfilled a dream: completing the ascent of the route called “Can you hear me” on the west face of the steep Cima Scotoni. Two years of preparation and numerous attempts finally led him to fulfill the promise made to his friend Gerry Fiegl.