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A job in finance, a beautiful family, seven children. Then a terrible car accident changed her life, for the better.
Observing nature can reveal the very meaning of life and make us acquire a way of treating it more respectful.
There's a belief that one should go far away, when it’s enough just to change perspective to be find a new world.
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The mountain and us «But if they only knew what women have done!» this sentence has been collected by historians Anna Maria Bruzzone and Rachele Farina in their essay called La Resistenza taciuta, in which they collected the testimonies of 12 partisan women from Piedmont, protagonists of a fundamental piece of our history which has always played a role of subordination and never of protagonism. Relayers, fighters, mothers and wives of partisans: the women who actively fought in the Italian mountains during the period of the Resistance are estimated to have been more than 35000, yet only thirty of them achieved a badge of honor.
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Year after year, on April 25th, there’s a growing number of commemorations in which direct reference is made to the role of women in the partisan resistance, but the narrative that concerns the female gender, when it comes to recognizing feats that the collective imagination wants as a prerogative of the male-explorer, or of the male-warrior, is still problematic. If the women who actively fought, the "mothers of the mountains" who prepared food and clothing and the relayers were excluded from the parades of the partisans in the aftermath of the Liberation, it is not surprising that even today the topic of women's undertakings is, when not divisive, handled awkwardly. When it comes to give credit to a woman about something that we are historically used to perceive as masculine, there is often an annoying note of amazement, a subtext that suggests that the fact that she has succeeded is already something astounding in it-
self because in short, she’s a woman. Many studies have now shown that in mountaineering and climbing the physical difference between men and women is minimal, but despite this, women in the outdoor world still struggle to be taken seriously. In this issue, which is written, photographed, translated and conceived largely by women, you will find many stories of girls who will tell you through their experiences how frustrating it can sometimes be, or have been, to be considered not up to par, or told only as a "mountaineer mother". Again: women who committed themselves to fighting strictly patriarchal regimes through sports and outdoor activities. Gender equality is still far from being achieved: to do this, concrete actions are needed by the institutions above all, but it is important not to underestimate the theme of representation, which in the case of girls who go to the mountains, still struggles to be egalitarian.
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F E D E R I CA M I N G O L L A E N T E R S T H E SA L E WA P E O P L E T E A M Salewa welcomes in its team Federica Mingolla, one of the best climbers at international level. Mingolla is an excellent new member of the team given her experience in the mountains, as confirmed by Thomas Aichner, Salewa Marketing Director: “With Federica it was more natural to talk about the aesthetics of climbing as a form of vertical dance, and about the emotions of her experiences. in the mountains. In this approach we have discovered great harmony with Salewa's values and we are sure that Federica will be able to help us pass them on to those who go to the mountains. “
LIV RACING AND ITS MACHA PRO Macha Pro is Liv Racing Xstra’s new entry which offers efficiency, lightweight and style to all bikers. It boasts the wraparound upper in polyurethane-coated mesh, which has micro-perforations obtained through laser cutting that offer maximum ventilation even for a long time. The internal ExoWrap design with micro-adjustable Li2 Boa and Dyneema laces guarantees complete support and high precision in closing. The Transtextura Plus insole features an antimicrobial layer for a cool and comfortable feel.
T H E N O R T H FAC E C O L L A B O R AT E S W I T H I L L U S T R AT O R N AO M I O T S U Here comes the North Face Collection that celebrates women in the outdoors, inspired by exploration, sharing and a sense of belonging. According to this concept, Naomi Otsu has developed an exclusive print, about which she states: "I love to observe and draw inspiration from nature because I like to think that flowers and plants have their own personality. This Collection was created to encourage people to go to the discovery of the unexplored. As with this print, if you look closely at nature, you might be surprised.”
M A R I A N N E FAT T O N W E A R S S C A R PA E V E N I N S U M M E R Born in 1995, skialp world champion in 2020 and 2021 in the Race competition. But there’s more. When there is no snow, Marianne runs grinding kilometers after kilometers, as she demonstrated during the last Marathon Du Mont Blanc. The athlete is so unstoppable that SCARPA suggested that she wear its colors also in the trail running team. The new collaboration was announced on her Instagram, where SCARPA declares to be happy with Marianne's competitive achievements to the point of wanting to support her passion for the mountains throughout the year.
FR E E TO U R I N G : L AN G E O FFE RS X T3TO U R PRO AN D S P O RT Whether the goal is to explore or ski on powder, climbing with skins is always synonymous with freedom. For this reason, Lange has launched in its free touring line the female version of XT3 Tour and Sport. With these lightweight four-buckled boots, Lange takes beyond the groomed slopes all the girls who love ski touring but don't want to give up the pleasure of skiing. These boot versions are designed to adapt perfectly to the female morphology: they have a shortened and wider cuff at the calf.
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C A S E Y B R O W N T O G E T H E R W I T H M O N S R OYA L E Casey Brown, twice “Queen of Crankworx”, became part of the Mons Royale family. The brand and the mountain biker have entered into a partnership that represents a precise vision of the future: sustainable progress with a dedication to sport. Casey comments: “Collaborating with a brand that uses natural fibers and has values of respect for the environment was something that I wanted very much. I am thrilled to have been able to choose a partner in line with my ethical principles and which reflects my way of riding.”
VA N S X T E X T U R E D WAV E S Vans launches a head-to-toe surf collection with Textured Waves completely dedicated to women. The two brands want to highlight the many black women who are part of the surfing community, trying to amplify their voice to start a social change. “Textured Waves was created to resurrect the stories of the women who came before us, show the present and open the door to the future” says Chelsea Woody, co-founder of Textured Waves and athlete of the Vans team.
ASICS, THE NE W WOME N COLLECTION INSPIRE D BY JAPAN “Yozakura”, the new ASICS women's sports collection shows a unique and refined style. The name derives from the concept that describes the blossoming of cherry blossoms, told through colors and prints. The collection features many items, from sweatshirts and t-shirts to shorts and shoes. We mention the ASICS Sakura sports bra, which gives support even in the most intense activities, and the Sakura AOP leggings. In addition, the Gel-Nimbus 24 and Gel-Kayano 28 shoes are ideal for runners and sports lovers in general.
ALBA OPTICS L AUNCHES ANVMA LEI The brand presented Anvma Lei, a new round women's eyewear that wants to recall the riotous and nonconformist soul of a few decades ago. These glasses, with their rounded shape, carry a legacy of feminist rebellion, free love and rock 'n roll. Anvma Lei looks for adventure, with a frame in Bio-Based Tr90 that makes it super light, flexible but resistant at the same time. With a versatile style, the shape adapts well to smaller faces, maximizing performance both in the city and in the outdoor world.
P ATA G O N I A ’ S R E F R A M E D "I wish we were carpenters. I wish we were wood craftswomen. I don't want us to be simply women who build something." It is with these words that Jenna Pollard expresses the essence of Patagonia's short-movie Reframed. The protagonist of the movie is Jenna herself, wood craftswoman who, with a group of apprentices, is rewriting the history of woodworking and construction, in fact, a study shows that women make up less than 5 percent of all carpenters in the United States.
WAVE DAICHI 7 Una scarpa da trail running che si adegua allo spirito avventuroso di chi pratica questa attività. La nuova Wave Daichi 7 è dotata della MIZUNO WAVE, che ne migliora la struttura, e suola in EVA per una maggiore stabilità senza sacrificare l’ammortizzazione. La leggera suola in gomma Michelin offre un’aderenza impareggiabile in natura e il sistema di calzata regolabile protegge il piede, offrendo un’adattabilità imbattibile.
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Premium running jacket for superior protection, even during the worst weather conditions. Extremely light stretch fabric, taped seams, side zip pockets. Adjustable cuffs, hem and hood for a snug fit. The compact structure ensures easy portability.
The essential space for the things you need and for your safety during a race, without adding extra weight. Nylon Ripstop woven with highly resistant and breathable Cordura, front closure system with easy adjustment, two soft flasks included to attach to the pocket thanks to a lacing system.
Precise and enveloping, designed and tested to make the most of the most technical trails, performing even on the easiest dirt roads. The carbon plate, inserted in a new generation foam, accentuates the elastic response of the arch by reducing physical effort without compromising precision.
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T R I O L E T 28 +3 L A DY B AC K PAC K
Lightweight and essential mountaineering backpack, characterized by an innovative upper access that offers opening speed, protection and extra volume when needed. The shape of the shoulder straps and waist band are designed to fit the female body. Two ice ax holders and top removable rope holder.
Short-sleeved vest that expresses all of LaMunt's attention to details. Reversible and two-tone colorway, it allows you to change your look according to your needs. Packable in the pocket positioned on the back, it combines stretch material with large padded areas with recycled cashmere. Absolute protection and freedom of movement.
Technical and aesthetic re-design of the all-round climbing shoe created for the use in the gym and on the cliff. Thanks to the accentuated comfort, it is perfect for multi-pitch routes. Maximum attention to the environment and to the issue of sustainability, Vibram XS-Grip2 compound, new heel design that increases comfort and protects the heel.
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Perfect parka to accompany you when the season changes, inspired by Patagonia archive models. It is made of NetPlus, 100% nylon recycled from post-consumer material, obtained from discarded fishing nets collected in South American communities. 50+ UPF sun protection and Fair Trade Certified seams.
Aerodynamic design, ACE ventilation channels for optimal air flow, safety and comfort in a low weight. Features that are needed to always be at the top at the end of a climb. The elegant design, the TransTextura PLUS padding and the protection with MIPS technology express the high standard of the product.
Cober Trek Zetacarbon is a folding hiking pole made of carbon. The intuitive foldable mechanism allows sections to be folded in just 38cm. Ergonomic handle in expanded foam extended to allow a better grip even during the steepest climbs. Length adjustable from 115 to 135cm.
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The most popular women's trousers of the Crazy collection, designed for long trekking and mountaineering without compromise. Produced in Endurance Light fabric with DWR treatment, in the parts with greater friction the reinforcements are made with fabric containing silver fibers. Elastic waistband with adjustment cord.
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The evolution of the Salewa best seller for trekking, appreciated by generations of mountain enthusiasts. Mountain Trainer 2 Mid GTX is a lightweight, completely redesigned and re-engineered hiking boot, made of sturdy and comfortable materials combined with a waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex lining.
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Long-sleeved women's shirt made of a blend of cotton, polyester and linen. Half front opening in the center, single breast pocket, Dolomite patch on the left sleeve and tricolor ribbon on the lower side seam. PFCfree C0 DWR treatment.
SHELTER ON TH E GO SUN BUCKET HAT Realizzato in puro cotone, assicura massimo comfort e protezione solare 50 UPF in ogni tua avventura sotto il sole dell’estate
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A myth of the past updated and made unique. Monviso is one of the protagonists of the new collection proposed on the Milano's catwalks by DSquared2. In collaboration with the legendary brand from Piedmont, so popular in the 1980s, a logo introduces the maple leaf, a distinctive element of the Caten brothers.
Made with Injinji's Trail Midweight technology and popular split-toe design, these Bedrock sandals compatible socks will keep your toes comfortable and warm when the thermometer drops. The Midweight style offers maximum cushioning, with a padded heel and metatarsus for durability and protection.
Padded jacket in 100% recycled fiber. The unmistakable allover quilted design features innovative PrimaLoft x Parley Ocean Plastic high performance insulation. Shaped bottom, pre-shaped sleeves, full zip with high collar. Unbeatable comfort without bulk, for an optimal warmth/weight ratio.
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ON's first foray into the world of luxury includes six ready-to-wear garments that are adaptable to the elements. The heart of the capsule is this version of Cloudrock, a waterproof speed hiking boot in recycled polyester, custom graphics and an exclusive Missiongrip marbled rubber sole.
The eighth collaboration between Bee Line by Billionaire Boys Club and Timberland celebrates the legacy of the classic 6-inch Premium boot. Part of the partnership, this women's fleece jacket combines workwear tradition with Bee Line's unmistakable color approach in a jacquard pattern. Made with recycled fibers and ReBOTL fabric.
Heimplanet's technical expertise joins 66° North's legacy. The collaboration focuses on the characteristic Inflatable Cave XL Geodesic Dome Structure Tent. The bright orange coloring is a tribute to the characteristic Icelandic bivouacs. Designed to face all seasons.
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The technical experience of MAAP Cycling combined with the propensity for high quality outerwear from the independent Brooklyn studio. Alt_ Road is a women's jacket made from 100% post-consumer fabrics and PrimaLoft Black Eco thermal insulation with a water-repellent finish. It can be stored in its inside pocket.
After launching Long Root in 2016, Patagonia Provisions partnered with Dogfish Head, a Delaware microbrewery, to create a new line of regenerative farming beers. Kernza Pils is a German-style pilsner made from organic ingredients including Kernza wheat, a perennial plant that does not require annual re-sowing.
The original. The archetype. An industry standard. GOCap - The Speed Project edition was born from the "joint adventure" with TSP, an event born in 2013 as an unauthorized running race from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. Lightweight, reflective, packable, machine washable. Crafted in a quickdrying COOLwick fabric.
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The result of the collaboration between TNF and the illustrator Naomi Otsu is a print designed to pay homage to the sense of solidarity and mutual encouragement of women in the outdoor world. Plants and objects have been playfully personified, while the maximalist approach to design fills each space with meaningful details.
New Boom is the big bet of the Spanish brand Mikakus for this season. New shapes and new details to improve the upper and an adjustable lacing system inspired by modern trail running shoes. Vibram 3.5cm oversized sole with a great cushioning effect.
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A limited collaboration for a functional and comfortable accessory to use in front of the fire. Available in modern tan colorway inspired by Snow Peak tents, it combines a fire resistant top layer with post-consumer recycled NanoLoft insulation. Cape clip and buckle closure system.
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S E L L E R OYA L’ S S U P P O R T C YC L I S T S O N T H E R OA D P R O J E C T R E S TA R T S The van that has been touring Europe since 2018 to support cyclists and sustainable mobility is back "on the road". More than 2300 repaired bikes, over 6000 coffees offered and more than 8000 cyclists met, ideally strengthening an international community of people who choose cycling in their daily life. For 2022 the tour will once again touch the cities in Europe that are enhancing the "green revolution" on two wheels: Salzburg, Hannover, Copenhagen, Utrecht and Strasbourg.More info on www. selleroyal.com/it/supportcyclistsontheroad.
TMC’S CALL AGAINST MICROFIBER POLLUTION The Microfibre Consortium, NGO that deals with sustainable textiles and works to lead the sector through the Microfibre 2030 Commitment, has urged the textile industry to increase controls on the wastewater used for the production of clothing, preventing the involuntary fragmentation of fibers both synthetic and natural and the resulting pollution. The organization has adopted a strong position on the subject and it is inviting operators to be more involved, encouraging the dissemination of new guidelines for conscious production.
SA L E WA C O M M I T T E D : T H E N E W S U STA I N A B I L I T Y A N D T R A N S PA R E N CY L A B E L With the arrival in stores of the first collections of the 2022 season, Salewa has unveiled the new Salewa Committed sustainability label to the public of mountain enthusiasts. A total of 243 items from the clothing collection and 16 items from the technical equipment collection have in fact the features necessary to be identified by the Salewa Committed label, making it easier for customers sensitive to environmental issues to select the products with the greatest credentials of sustainability.
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MERRELL LAUNCHES I T S O W N TA K E B AC K R E S A L E P R O G R A M Merrell launched a product takeback and resale program called ReTread. The program, currently only active in the United States and Canada thanks to the collaboration with ReCircled, will expand to the EMEA area by the end of the year. Once received, the shoes are repaired and refurbished for resale, or broken down for recycling. Each time a product is withdrawn, the consumer will receive a $20 promotional code to purchase new Merrell footwear or apparel.
EOCA: SPRING VOTE F O R C O N S E R VAT I O N N O W O P E N European Outdoor Conservation Association announced the opening of public voting for the selection of conservation projects that will be supported in 2022. Online voting is aimed at companies, members of the outdoor industry, professionals and enthusiasts who are committed to the protection of nature. Also this year, all funded projects will be in line with EOCA's biennial focus: "Wild for Nature: Eoca's Landscape Legacy Project". The goal is to tackle the dual threat of climate change and the loss of biodiversity.
P R I M A LO F T P U B L I S H E S I T S F I RST R E L E N T L E S S LY R E S P O N S I B L E R E P O R T PrimaLoft Inc. published its first Relentlessly Responsible Report which demonstrates its philosophy in using innovation and performance at the service of sustainability. The report highlights key findings from recent years, with a focus on 2021, and takes a look at the future vision. The main goal will be the reduction of the environmental impact through the constant use of recycled materials, circular design, drastic reduction of carbon and the development of technologies that use raw materials not based on petroleum.
N E M O C E L E B R AT E S 2 0 Y E A R S BY O B TA I N I N G T H E C L I M AT E N E U T R A L C E R T I F I CAT I O N NEMO Equipment, outdoor gear brand founded in 2002 by Cam Brensinger, celebrates its 20 years by becoming Climate Neutral Certified. After years of work, training, research and collaboration, NEMO has completed the certification process based on recognized standards for measuring its carbon footprint, engaging in action plans for the reduction of future emissions and reporting progress annually. All brand data is publicly available on the Climate Neutral website.
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Dolomite, Italian design for women Italian outdoor design tailored for women
From its long experience in the development of Italian style products, Dolomite launches a summer collection dedicated to women. Jackets, shoes, t-shirts and backpacks are just some of the new products of the summer collection designed by Dolomite for mountain lovers. As always, the company inspired by the Dolomites has maintained its unmistakable aesthetic, using a timeless design. Technologies are renewed, always guaranteeing high performances. Let's see in detail the flagship products of the collection: the 54 Hike EVO GTX boots and the Expedition Hybrid Hood Jacket.
Dolomite 54 Hike EVO GTX
Boots designed for women who love light hiking, they were born by merging the aesthetics of the iconic 54 with the classicism of hiking boots. Made with the Perfecta system, which consists of an ergonomic shape designed specifically for the structure of the female foot, making it comfortable from the first step, to the support and roll one. As the name suggests, this boot boasts the use of a Gore-Tex membrane in the lining, making the product waterproof and breathable. In addition, it uses the durable Predator II Vibram XS Trek sole, characterized by features such as durability, comfort and high grip on mixed terrain and different slopes. Finally, the Dolomite 54 Hike EVO GTX boots use
DAS (Dolomite Wrapping System) technology, which consists of an elastic con-struction of the tongue that helps make the fit even more comfortable, leaving space to be able to move the foot naturally. In this way, stability and control of movements are also increased.
Dolomite Expedition Hybrid Hood Jacket
This functional jacket is a very important product for Dolomite, because it is part of the Re-Source project which is committed to reducing its environmental impact and preserving futu-
re generations. Made with recycled materials, it boasts a central zip and two other zips positioned on the side pockets, useful for keeping smaller items safe and within reach. Among the different features, we mention the soft fixed hood, useful for dealing with sudden changes of weather. In addition, the hood presents a water-resistant fabric. The design and structure tell the identity of Dolomite, inspired by the mountains and by the typically Italian style. The Expedition Hybrid Hood Jacket is therefore the ideal combination of sportiness, style, comfort and efficiency.
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The magic of the mountains close to home. A concentrate of positive energy, curiosity and the desire to explore her own limits: Letizia Nicolino in short. Ski instructor and Cober ambassador, she is passionately dedicated to her work and to the discovery of new secret spots on her beloved Monviso. Letizia, tells us something about you. My name is Letizia and I’m 29 years old. I am a ski instructor and a mountain lover in all its forms. I love to travel but at the same time I am completely in love with my home mountains, to which I dedicate my free time going to the discovery of new wild places. When did your love for the mountains begin? There isn't a precise moment, I've always been in love with them! What I can say with extreme certainty is that it was handed down to me by my mom and that it gets stronger every day. You founded the “I Maestri di Pian Muné” project. How was it born and what is it? "I Maestri di Pian Muné" project is the perfect fusion of passion and work. At 18 I became a ski instructor and, after some work experiences in big resorts, I felt the need to go back to where it all started. I found myself in the right place at the right time, because at that time the small Pian Muné resort was trying to get a new reborn. So we did what no one has ever had the courage to do: to found the resort's first ski school.
You have been part of the Cober Crew for some time, which pole did you choose and why? I chose the Adventure Carbon Adjustable poles: excellent for going in search of the perfect descent with touring skis but able to adapt to every season and every situation, just like me. What does it mean to you to live at the feet of Monviso? Monviso isn’t just a place for me, it’s feeling and emo-
tion. The mountain is a pure, genuine place with a powerful inspirational energy. When I reach what I call "my secret places", I can free myself from negative thoughts and make everything lighter. I am not exaggerating when I say that thanks to the mountains I have truly known myself. In the mountains there is no time or the desire to be someone else: we take off every mask, every social status and we feel free to measure ourselves with our own limits.
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Give some advice to the less experienced people: how to approach ski touring for the first time? How prepared do you need to be? The first advice I would give to anyone who approaches this sport is to take part in a ski mountaineering course. Climbing techniques, descent techniques, slope and risk assessment, snow science and self-rescue are only a small part of the fundamental bases that you need to know to practice this sport with awareness. If you are a beginner, the best choice you can take is to choose routes near the ski slopes, so as not to have orientation problems and getting off the beaten track. This is a great way to get comfortable with the climb and enjoy the day without worries. Can you tell us something about your last trip? I’ve been to Norway, more precisely in the Lyngen Alps, for a week entirely dedicated to ski touring. It was such an intense experience that it became a piece of my heart and soul. Seven days of "slow" travelling where the only thought, after breakfast, was to decide the first tour of the day. The days in mid-April are very long and the unique lights of Norway allow you to ski with a sea view until 9pm. One of the last nights something indescribable in words happened: to end my experience in the best way, Norway decided to show me an unexpected northern Lights. Skiing with a sea view with the magical lights of Norway was certainly one of the best experiences of my life.
Monviso isn’t just a place for me, it’s feeling and emotion. The mountain is a pure, genuine place with a powerful inspirational energy.
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Liv Committed: Liv All In Liv, the cycling brand dedicated to women, has launched a new communication campaign that focuses on issues such as commitment and inclusiveness.
It was 2008 when Bonnie Tu created Liv, the brand, part of the Giant Group, completely dedicated to women cycling. Since them, the goal has always been to grow the female cycling community, supporting it by creating high performing products for both beginners and professionals. After fourteen years, Liv's communication focus does not change, trying to stimulate cyclists to overcome their limits by showing valid examples of commitment, inclusiveness and above all equality in the cycling community. "Liv All In", three simple words that tells a clear message: to fearlessly launching ourselves into the adventure that calls us, because we all can do it. To best realize the concept, Liv has created a video campaign starring Liv Racing athletes, global ambassadors and cyclists, exploring and enhancing the various aspects of cycling, often little considered in the women's field. Bonnie Tu gave us some additional information regarding Liv All In: “As a brand committed to women, we will continue to actively seek ways to involve more women in sport. For us, going All In means welcoming all women in cycling, both beginners and athletes who ride at a competitive level.” Among the protagonists of the campaign, stand out Tayte Proulx-Royds, the thirteen year old Canadian athlete
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from Liv's off road team, and Paralympic and Tokyo gold medalist Allysa Seely, representative of how commitment and willpower make it possible to overcome every obstacle. In the video we also meet Liv Brand Specialist Vanessa Lebrun, who demonstrates how you don't have to be competitive to enjoy the cycling experience. Liv does not forget its ambassadors, including Czech athlete Radka Kahlefeldt, in addition, the campaign also sees The Black Foxes association, which brings together cyclists from different ethnic groups such as Alexa Everson and Shequaya Bailey. Each rider tells a moment of their life related to sport, showing what it means to go “All In". We quote the words of Alexa Everson, which sums up the spirit of this campaign in an excellent way: "All In is when we recognize our power and take a step towards that direction." The choice of the protagonists once again underlines the concept of the project, demonstrating how vast and varied the world of women's cycling is, how every woman can become part of this community in the way she prefers. There is no judgment or claim, just a great desire to embark on an adventure and overcome one's fears and limits. The women mentioned are just some of those linked to Liv philosophy, which supports 38 professional athletes in four racing teams: Liv Racing Xstra, Liv Factory Racing, Liv Racing Collective and Team BikeExchange-Jayco. Furthermore, this year the company is premier partner of Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift which will take place from July 24th to 31st, 2022. Regarding this occasion Phoebe Liu, chief branding officer of the Giant Group, comments: “The addition of the Women's Tour de France to the UCI Women's WorldTour calendar is a big step for women cycling, but there is still a lot of work to be done to achieve equity for women in our sport. This campaign goes back to the heart of our brand and tells about the power to push our limits.”
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Crazy Jacket Fly
Crazy the first jacket that weighs only 49 grams The Italian brand, with its continuous research and experience in Fast & Light, presented a windproof jacket weighing only 49g. The Italian company Crazy has outdone itself, managing to concretize the concept of Fast & Light in an increasingly timely manner. This time, the forces of the development team concentrated on creating an emergency windproof jacket that was even lighter than the rest of the brand and
competitors' products: Jacket Fly weighs only 49g (men's size M), 25g less than other light jackets on the market. Jacket Fly has been specifically designed for mountain sports, trekking, mountaineering and running, also distinguished by its construction: Crazy has in fact avoided the use of rigid fabrics, preferring a light but at the same time elastic yarn, in order to favor any kind of movement. This balance between stretch and lightweight is given by two important innovations that occurred in Crazy. First of all, the company has been committed since 1995 to improve the construction of jacket models, minimizing seams and maintaining the essentials in order to achieve a good performance. In this way, the products are less heavy and more resi-
stant to both wear and to the passage of air. In addition, the fabric used has been developed specifically for Fly Jacket in collaboration with Toray, who helped make it extremely elastic while maintaining the ability to resist wind and to repeal water, enhancing its incredible lightweight. These technologies and innovations have led Crazy to create a new product, an undisputed icon of Fast & Light. In fact, Jacket Fly is the product that best embodies the features that Crazy considers fundamental in a mountain garment, namely lightweight, packability and stretch.
Fundamental for any mountain activity, especially in sports such as mountaineering where every single
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gram counts considerably on the overall load. For years now, companies with a focus on outdoor clothing have been engaging in the development and manufacture of garments that are able to be light but at the same time performing, while maintaining adequate thermal regulation and resistance to external agents. Crazy's Fly Jacket is a great example of this, weighing only 45g and maintaining its elastic and windproof properties.
In the mountains, changes in weather and terrain along the way are nothing new, but it is often difficult to carry everything you need without being weighed down by it. Consequently, using garments that can be easily placed in a backpack can greatly facili-
tate mountain activities, reducing the load and increasing freedom of movement. With the size of about half an apple, Jacket Fly manages to pass this test as well, making it easily packable in a pocket.
As mentioned above, clothing with a rigid structure lack in lightness and stretch. This structure is completely in contradiction with the philosophy of Valeria Colturi, founder of Crazy, that since day one has never come to terms to give up or limit stretch. Crazy's goal has always been to look for solutions that would allow them to better support athletes in the mountains, focusing in particular on freedom of movement and the consequent comfort even during the most intense activities.
Speaking of the new jewel made in Crazy, Valeria Colturi herself comments: "Innovation and evolution of what is on the market is part of Crazy's DNA. From day one, I wanted to find solutions that would allow my customers to move in a more comfortable, athletic and smart way. Fly jacket is exactly this type of product. After a long research and development work we were able to create an incredible fabric together with our partner Toray. By combining this extraordinarily lightweight and at the same time elastic fabric with a product construction that minimizes seams, we have succeeded in proposing a truly new and exciting product. Excluding the zip, the fitted jacket weighs just more than 20g! It seems to have nothing on, a second skin that protects from the wind.”
Epic Women By Zamberlan An epic line for epic women BY CAMILLA PIZZINI ITW TO MARIA ZAMBERLAN
Granddaughter of Giuseppe Zamberlan, Maria Zamberlan is the current president of the shoe factory which bears the same name. On a professional level, she was born and raised in the company, she and her brother Marco have been involved by her parents from an early age. Maria jumped from one role to another, following all company activities with great precision. For some years, the shoe factory has hired several collaborators, allowing Maria to focus on more administrative and coordination roles.
women with English distributors, which at the time did not yet exist: we were the forerunners and have had "real" women's shoes for a long time. More recently, since 2018 we have defined the collection "Epic Women" and we promote it with determination. Where did the idea of creating a women's line like Epic Women come from? MZ. Basically, we want to give more importance to mountain women. The typically outdoor shoe has always been conceived by men and then declined to women, a method that we have strongly avoided. However, our essence is the opposite of “all mouth and no trousers", we have always given a lot of importance to the substance and little to the communication of the product. In recent times we have been more attentive, in fact from 2018 it was decided to launch this project to honor all the women who have left their marks. Initially we only thought about the alpine environment, however we decided to extend it in general to women who have left a positive footprint in the world. The idea was to create a 360-degree women's line, designed by a woman with models chosen by women, including colors. We have carried on interesting experiments with some shops by presenting our women's shoes to them, receiving positive feedback from buyers and collaborators of men's buyers. Basically, we wanted to dedicate each product to women who have played an important role in society, because it's not just men who wrote history!
What are the values on which Zamberlan and its products are based? Maria Zamberlan. The ones that my grandfather passed on to me: family and respect in general. Values of seriousness, concreteness, quality and sustainability, which lead us to maintain a Made in Italy production because we believe in our territory and in what it has to offer. Sustainability is inherent in our products: they are all of excellent quality and long lasting. From a female point of view, do you believe there are values that you recognize in Zamberlan’s? MZ. They are the same as mentioned before but declined in a feminine way. It is not well known, but about 60% of our workforce is made up of women. We want to give visibility to this percentage, both in the office and at a production and communication level. How long have you been developing specific products for the female anatomy? MZ. In the early 1980s we developed a specific shape for
What was the creative process behind the Circe model? MZ. We wanted to play down, so we asked ourselves which is the most mythical woman? What's better than a woman who turns men into pigs? Coming from the epic story, we easily connected it to the Epic Women line by bringing out an epic character in every sense.
which we will insist a lot in the future. Also, before taking steps with sustainable techniques and materials, you need to be sure there is the right reliability. At the moment we are experimenting with more ecological polyurethanes or developed with more sustainable production processes. It is a great issue, but there is the risk of reducing it to a question of advertising and marketing, as well as distorting the product.
What about the technical process and X-Active Fit technology? Defne Yalkut, Epic Women designer. They are dynamic shoes, so there has been an adaptation of our classic women's shape in a sporty version. Often women's shoe is proposed simply by taking the men's product and colouring it with pink. By doing so, the feet walk on an unnatural structure. It was necessary to analyze shapes, components, torsional resistance. The arch of the foot is also different between men and women, the weight centering changes, and the female heel is thinner.
In order not to use materials with components of animal origin, you have developed models in microfiber. How does it work? MZ. We used materials that gave the same performance, if not better, than leather. The models, Anabasis, Circe and Free Blast cannot be called vegan because a very small part of animal component remains present and to be fair we do not address them as vegan. It is a completion of the range, we like to be able to offer these products to our customers who have a particular sensitivity on the issue.
MZ. Our consumers prefer the essential, they are buying an expensive shoe that can be used for 10 years, even if fashion changes. The models are never too eccentric with overlays or prints, we maintain a recognizable and clean line, making them easy to use with all mountain clothing.
What kind of collaboration do you have with your brand partners? MZ. My grandfather was the one who started the collaboration with Vibram, so it’s a very long lasting partnership. There were no rubber soles back then and Vitale Bramani started developing them. One thing that few people know is that the first shoe with a Vibram sole was Zamberlan. We are 100% Vibram: we often let ourselves be supported by their technologies but it also happens that we develop them together. Even with Gore-Tex the collaboration has lasted for a long time, it is certainly an important technical partner because it gives added value to the product. It was a good training ground from a disciplinary point of view, Gore-Tex has helped the company to grow thanks to certain operating methods and precautions, in particular in the method of carrying out the tests.
Defne, can you explain us what was particular about the research of the design of these shoes? DY. Initially, I run a survey by interviewing women who approach the mountains with different degrees of experience. I investigated what they were looking for in terms of stylistic and visual elements, as well as comfort and performance. What would women like that is different from men's shoes? I started from that, I looked at the Zamberlan hashtags to see what were women’s favorite models and the various collections of women's shoes in the world. From this idea, we worked on the shape by developing a comfortable structure for the female foot. Then we thought about the upper, the colors, we focused on aesthetics, flexibility and softness.
Yours are Made in Italy shoes. What advantages does that bring? MZ. Having a productive company and not just a commercial one brings great headaches. But I believe that it is the largest asset a brand can have, establishing production at home allows you to maintain control and have flexibility and the ability to react to external stimuli that we certainly would not have if we produced in Asia. Made in Italy is perceived all over the world as a synonym of quality, creativity and professionalism.
We are all a little more sensitive about the issue of sustainability, how does Zamberlan move about it? MZ. We have a lot of stimuli, a lot of ideas and a lot of room for improvement. The kind of sustainability that is in the foreground for us is the durability of the products: ours last for years and most of them can also be resoled. I have to say that we have not been good communicators in the past, the one of durability is a point on
On the road BY E VA TO S C H I
The coffee machine grumbles, for the third time since this morning. We are stressing it out. Elisa and I went back to the van last night, after a week out and about between snow, bivouacs and fears. We took the pizzas in the village and ate them in the van, just like before leaving. Only the hunger we had was totally different. We enjoy the morning for what it is, eating the slices of pizza that we have left over, because we were very hungry, but our stomachs were tight. We drink moka coffee, which seems like a luxury, and indeed it is, and we talk, listen to music, read aloud and digest. Not so much the pizza, we digest emotions. While I am experiencing it, and it rarely happens, I am already aware that this is a moment that I will want to remember. It’s a turning point: the end and the beginning of something. It’s the beginning of the end of my adventure with Maurone. I sound my mouth in search of the bitterness I want to feel every time I brush my teeth on my gums. The end of summer, even if it is not the one of closed beach umbrellas and cold sand, brings with it the inevitable nostalgia for something that has to end. I took pictures, I put the van up for sale. I did it out of inertia, as if it were something decided by someone else but I know I have to do it. I answered listless questions, I am the worst seller ever. I interviewed the candidates that want to take my place, in my house of emotions, and I didn't find anyone suitable. No one to make sure that by putting Maurone in those hands, I'm not ruining him.
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I am down in the valley, where it all started, and later a girl joins me to see the van and seems to be serious about buying it. She has traveled many kilometers for this. She comes to see me at the parking lot where a few years ago I slept, ate, washed myself with river water. Where someone cut my tire. As I show her the van, I already know that she will buy it. She listens but the decision is already made, and it is not up to me. Maybe not even to her. I stand beside her as she shifts gears smoothly, however how soft is the transmission of this 2001 Ducato is. We toast at Monica's pub and the bitter taste of the beer makes me talk without restraint, it makes me think without prejudice, so I ask her if she and her boyfriend want to have dinner with us in the van. It's not something I have to do, but I want to do it. I cook for them in what will soon be their home, their kitchen. Without knowing it, she sits in my seat and I let her do it. It's all so natural and in fact it doesn't seem decided by us. We would be clumsy and scared. I put my life in boxes and thoroughly clean all surfaces of memories. I wash and cry and I would like to celebrate this farewell with something special but the only thing I offer are my tears and my sweat. Which have the value they have. I burn an incense and in the smoke, I too become inconsistent. Me and my useless memories. I drive in the night and in the dark I can make out the even more intense sound of the creaking of the steering wheel as I ride through the hairpin bends of the Aprica Pass. It is a new
sound, almost a moan, like the sound of the horn was a moan as soon as I moved the steering wheel to the right, all the way back from Liguria this summer. It sounded like the sound of fear when you are unable to let go. I decided to spend the last night alone, as I was alone in the darkest nights, in the most intense nights. I sleep in my sleeping bag, as you do in places where you don't belong. There is no longer the curtain that separates the passenger compartment from the back, there are no more photos or useless objects that I have accumulated over the years. I'm not even there anymore. On the morning of the change of ownership, the driver's door locks and remains closed. It feels like a desperate plea to stay, a whim of an old piece of iron that isn't ready to change. I climb over the seats, go out through the other door. We toast with a prosecco even if it's only morning. She cries out of joy and I look blankly towards a future that does not concern me, but that makes me smile. I am glad that it are the hands of that woman who hold the glass of bubbles that will lead it towards new adventures and milder temperatures. Suited for a gentleman who is retiring.
Sitting on the seats of the bus that takes me home, I have nothing left, except what I have become over the years thanks to that old sheet metal box and a key ring with nothing left to carry.
Vanguard Experience BY M A R TA M A N ZO N I
A legend says it that there was once a land submerged by the sea, a shallow sea in continuous transformation, in which the coastline moved back and forth in a cyclical way. This wild place, over the ages has been characterized by an uncontaminated alpine environment, a realm of infinite contrasts: alpine lakes, green fir woods, deep canyons with vertical walls. Humanity's only companions in adventure were bears, deer, eagles, chamois and wolves. gently accompanies us into the secrets of these mountains. “The highest mountain in this chain is Catinaccio d'Antermoia, with its 3004 meters high. Torri del Vajolet are instead a set of seven spiers of the Catinaccio Group, they are Torre Est, Torre Nord, Torre Principale, Torre Piaz, Torre Winkler, Torre Stabeler, Torre Delago and Torre Piaz." Toni animates the day with an enthralling enthusiasm, always with a joke ready to share, without sparing extraordinary stories about his and those of other legendary mountaineers’ expeditions. The day promises to be a memorable one.
“This territory has been the protagonist of mountaineering, both in the period before the First World War and during the two wars. Here lived Tita Piaz, “the devil of the Dolomites”, so named for the daring of many of his climbing challenges. Poet and writer, in the summer of 1897, not yet twenty, he entered the history of mountaineering following the solo ascent of the Winkler Tower on Catinaccio. Together with his family he managed the Vajolet refuge for years, but when his wife died, the refuge was taken away from Piaz. The mountaineer was so offended by what had happened that he decided to buy a land nearby, on which he immediately built another small refuge, named in memory of the late mountaineer Paul Preuss, a great friend of him.”
Here we met, vivacious and smiling, on Saturday March 5th at La Sportiva’s store in Pozza di Fassa. Here Sandro De Zolt, Mountain Guide and La Sportiva’s Mountain and Ski Mountaineering boots Product Specialist, and the other Product Specialists from the team showed us the peculiarities of the Vanguard boot. “It is a product designed for ski touring and free touring, very light, versatile and extremely comfortable” said Giulia Delladio, Corporate Marketing Director of the Ziano di Fiemme brand (Trentino, Dolomi-
We are in the heart of the Dolomites, a World Heritage Site: Antonio Bonet, also known as Toni, the legendary Mountain Guide of Pozza di Fassa, is accompanying us, with personal anecdotes and ancestral stories, to the discovery of his home playground, where he organized for us a wonderful ski tour. The sun lulls us and
tes). Vanguard Experience is an initiative born from the desire to allow mountain enthusiasts to experience firsthand the new proposal for ski mountaineering from the renowned brand of outdoor equipment and clothing.
We walk about 600 meters high towards the Cigolade Pass, located in the Catinaccio mountain range, amidst laughter, group photos and incredible views. Touching the top is always an intense moment and, as our tradition dictates, we exchange mutual compliments, a quick round of “high fives", pats on the back, and a few selfies.
Unique opportunities to get to know your own outdoor myths up close, pull curves after curves together with some of the strongest Italian mountaineers and experience epic emotions. The evening continued with the intervention of the host of the event Giuliano Bordoni, La Sportiva ambassador, Mountain Guide and freerider, focused on safety in the mountains and rescue in the event of an avalanche. Giuliano's sincere and direct passion immediately emerges from how his eyes shine when he transmits his knowledge and his experience to those present, encouraging everyone's curiosity. Giuliano has always been fascinated by the winter world: that feeling of skiflying has bewitched him since he was a child, when he saw the older kids floating on the snow just dropped on a snow surf, as snowboarding was then called. Giuliano is about ten years old when he finds something that makes him go faster than the narrow skis that existed back then, and that soon becomes his life's passion.
We admire in silence the beauty of the Lagorai group, a rare and precious example of wilderness, which still preserves the pure and virgin mountain elements, and the Queen of the Dolomites, Marmolada. We breathe the sound of our breath: up here you only hear the wind in your hair and its ringing in your ears. Then finally comes the moment of the descent and we dive into Gardeccia. The snow conditions are varied and challenging, so we have the opportunity to put ourselves to test with a very technical challenge. “It is not the first time that I have worn these boots, I have been using them for some time: Vanguard is studied and designed for those who approach free touring, it is a well structured model, perfect for a more focused approach on the descent” says Giuliano Bordoni. We end the day at the Stella Alpine Spiz Piaz Refuge, together with several people from the La Sportiva team, who contribute to making the moment of conviviality even more unique. We met many new beautiful people, and we say goodbye by taking home new friendships, special memories, the desire to leave again and the nostalgia for an unforgettable experience.
The next morning the excitement is palpable in the air and the atmosphere is full of positive energy. In the smile of the adventure companions we can read the desire to make the most of every moment of the day that awaits us. Before starting to hike, the Mountain Guides give everyone here precise safety information. Everyone experiences the mountain as he prefers: there are those who push and focus everything on performance, those who chat and take advantage of the climb to get to know the people with whom they share those magical and unrepeatable moments. Having the same goal in mind is like a common dream that becomes reality thanks to participation. We savor every step towards the top, and the more the fatigue increases the more it seems that the soul is lightened.
“It is not the first time that I have worn these boots, I have been using them for some time: Vanguard is studied and designed for those who approach free touring, it is a well structured model, perfect for a more focused approach on the descent”
LaMunt Brand new concept BY I L A R I A C H I AVAC C I
A brand new company from the Oberalp Group, entirely created by women for women, is making its way into the mountain clothing market: LaMunt. Ruth Oberrauch, the sixth generation of a family that has made history in the world of mountain clothing, in 2020 decided to create a new brand, dedicated exclusively to women. The Oberalp Group, already owner of Salewa, Dynafit, Pomoca, Evolv and Wild Country, now expands its portfolio, looking at the mountain from a female point of view.
made with Merino-Tencel wool inserts, which offer thermal comfort and greater convenience. Furthermore, we have defined a new “stylistic concept”, the one of Ali Shape, which takes its name from the Italian word “wings” and represents its lightness through a design that recalls the sinuous shapes of the body. We have also devised a range of "intelligent" solutions called Smart Fit Solutions, developed to ensure an excellent fit, where it is the garment that adapts to our body and not the other way around. For example, to change the volume of some jacket models and have greater ventilation, we have strategically placed two large zips on the sides of the garment. With a simple do-it-yourself cut, however, it is possible to shorten the length of the Lisa leggings, adapting it to your needs. Also for the thermal layers it is possible to adjust the length of the sleeves thanks to foldable cuffs, which make our “LM” monogram visible. In this way you can choose not only the length of the leggings or the sleeve, but also the styling.
“As a mountain lover, I had a hard time finding clothing with shapes and colors that met my needs. The collections were often too "pinky" and, at times, too colorful or "bright" for my taste. I felt that the interpretation of mountain clothing lacked an authentic and non-stereotyped look.” LaMunt is innovative in the female sector from an aesthetic point of view, but what about from a functional point of view? Each LaMunt product is first of all designed and developed with a functional approach. The pants, for example, feature an exclusive detail for the sports sector which is the MeCare back solution: a higher waist on the back,
What is your relationship with the mountains? I grew up in the mountains, I went there from a very young age, when it was fine to wear what there was, then adolescence came, and at that point I wanted to wear what was considered cool, then finally, with maturity, I reached a greater awareness and I stopped chasing every single news or trend. Now I want to wear what makes me feel at ease and it is precisely from this that was born the desire to create LaMunt.
production of the first prototypes. Then there was the whole testing phase, during which we really wanted to let very different types of women to try the various samples, in order to have feedback and be able to make improvements, because obviously when you start from scratch you can also make mistakes. I would say that the testing phase was the most intense one: the further you go on the more you have experience of what is working and what is not, but when you make a collection from scratch it is truly a huge challenge.
What was the sparkle that made you take the decision to found LaMunt? The fundamental concept around which everything revolves is what we call Mountain me-time, which for us means taking time for ourselves very consciously and choosing to spend it in the mountains. We define it as quality time and it is the time it takes to disconnect, to free the mind, let go of thoughts and recharge your energy. Each one of us needs some me-time and everyone looks for it in what he prefers: LaMunt's goal is to encourage women to do it in the mountains, because we believe it is one of the most beautiful ways. In the planning phase and during the different workshops we also realized how the female approach to the mountains is often different from the one of men: what matters is not conquering the top but what’s really important is to live your passion freely and communicate your individuality through technical clothing, which does not give up the aesthetic aspect. Getting to the top certainly gives satisfaction, as well as pushing yourself beyond your own limits, but this is not the main reason that leads us to go to the mountains, it is spending time with ourselves and with those we love.
And how is it going? It’s the first time in these two years that I feel like saying that it is going well: up to now I’ve always been very cautious in answering this question, because until you really know if the product will be purchased or not, it is always very difficult to take a position. Dealers believed in it right away, and this was an important first step, but then the final decision is made by consumers. We still have little data, because we have been in stores since February with the Spring-Summer 2022 line, which is our first ever collection, but the first sell-out data are encouraging. In addition, we see that even on social media and on our communication channels there is no lack of curiosity and public attention. LaMunt defines itself as a brand “by women for women", is there the risk to sound a bit like self-excluding? We founded LaMunt in a historical moment in which many brands, especially American ones, took the decision to offer increasingly genderless collections. I believe that there is room for everyone, and then ours is not a totalitarian approach to women, there are many valid men who work on the development and growth of LaMunt. The core team is made up of women: that’s not because we want to exclude someone, but because I believe it is important that the management team identifies itself in what it does. However, there is no lack of support from male colleagues, from sourching to material research, sales, etc., who contribute to the development and growth of LaMunt and who have embraced the project with great enthusiasm since its embryonic stage.
How long did it take in terms of research and development to realize the brand? LaMunt is the first brand of the Oberalp Group that was born entirely in-house, so we had to build everything from nothing, from the idea, from finding a name and defining a logo, to conceiving the products and the collection. We started more than two years ago working mainly on the identity of the brand, with a first conceptual phase of positioning and then we went into more and more details, up to the
Discover Your Trail The North Face encourages exploration BY LUDOVICA SACCO
Preparing athletes for the most extreme and difficult adventures has always been The North Face's goal. But this vision cannot and does not want to exclude the simple desire to explore and enjoy nature to the fullest. For this reason, one of the leading brands in the sector wants to encourage all lovers of the outdoor world to overcome their limits. Not only eight-thousander mountaineers, the brand also wants to support those who are approaching nature and those who simply want to enjoy the weekend discovering their home mountains.
gible to stimulate enthusiasts with a real challenge. The challenge, in collaboration with Strava, was aimed at runners and hikers of all levels: from athletes with a focus on recording a new FKT (Fastest Known Time), to enthusiasts who want to get in touch with nature by rediscovering themselves and the trails close to home. Participants who completed 100km of running, trail running or hiking within a month had the opportunity to be selected to win a kit of products. The exploratory spirit of Discover Your Trail has been applied in three different lines, in order to meet the needs of every athlete and enthusiast.
With the campaign “Discover Your Trail”, The North Face wanted to do something more tan-
The Hike line
mentioning is Flight Vectiv, a shoe designed to be super responsive while maintaining stability and protection, excellent for the most technical trails and on rough terrains. This lines includes Flight Vectiv, Lightriser wind jacket and running tank top's new colorways. These products can also be used on longer and more intense routes, thanks to the properties of thermoregulation, resistance and breathability.
Designed to accompany any kind of hikers and explorers, regardless of the difficulty of the route. Democratic also in spirit, this collection is well suited for enjoying nature in solitude and with travel companions, for connecting with the environment in new places or for exploring off-the-beaten-path corners of well-known routes. Among the new products, the one that stands out most is the Vectiv Fastpack Mid Futurelight trekking shoe: a model characterized by its high cushioning that makes it ideal for the most abrupt landings, relieving tension on the body. Excellent footwear even in bad weather conditions, thanks to the waterproof fabric that creates a moisture barrier and the non-slip sole that offers stability and traction.
The Trail Running line
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Guide by vocation Yvonne Koch BY I L A R I A C H I AVAC C I
P H OTO S M AT T EO M O C E L L I N
The complexity of a profession like the one of the Mountain Guide is not limited to technical ability and knowledge of the mountains, but has a lot to do with feelings, according to Yvonne Koch. What is your relationship with the mountains? I would say a constant dialogue: in the mountains you can test yourself in many ways: both because the activities that can be done are varied, but also because it is not necessary to take a difficult path for this to happen. It can happen that a day becomes difficult for very intimate reasons: an inner conflict, thoughts that do not make you feel good, or due to external conditions, such as poor feeling with your hiking companion or adverse weather conditions. I believe that the most difficult situations to overcome are not those in which there is something wrong on a physical level, but those in which you are called to take difficult decisions.
Yvonne Koch grew up in Bavaria and her whole life revolves around the mountains: she now lives in the Arlberg region of Austria, where she works as a Mountain Guide, in winter. In the summer she moves all over the Alps, especially in Switzerland. Her job consists in accompanying groups of people on freeriding and ski touring excursions or, in summer, in guiding tours in the high mountains, mainly on glaciers. “I believe that my love for the mountains has roots in my childhood, my parents have always brought me there from a very young age. Once I grew up I continued to go there, I think I have never taken a single beach holiday.” Why did you decide to become a Mountain Guide? That's what everyone asks me, but I don't have a real answer, it just happened. At university I studied geophysics, but at the same time I took the test and then followed the course to become a Guide. In 2017 I graduated and finished the course, but I never really considered the possibility of doing a "normal" office job.
What has been the hardest decision to take in your leadership role? On the top of the Morteratsch, the largest peak in the Bernina massif: it was a winter excursion and the disturbance arrived much earlier than expected, removing visibility from the Swiss side, where there are many crevasses and skiing in less than optimal conditions is dangerous. So I took the decision to go back from the Italian side, even if this meant going down where we came from, with a journey of ten hours instead of two. The window of good weather was closing and I had to impose myself with the group, who would have preferred the shorter route. In the end it
So you've never worked as a geophysicist? Not a single day: sometimes it happens to find some customer interested in geological aspects, and therefore I tell them something more, in general I think it is always useful to have learned different things in life, but it is not something that makes my being a Guide easier.
was a very positive experience, both for me and for the customers. Keeping everyone's motivation and attention high was not easy, also because we had to use different techniques again to get back to the valley: hiking, climbing and skiing, but in the end we all arrived safely. For me it was very important, because I realized what a group can be able to do if it’s well motivated and if the Guide makes it clear that everything is under control.
abilities, customers feel it: at that point they feel safe and there are no problems. The reactions of the other Mountain Guides, on the other hand, are very different from each other: sometimes they are very positive, not meeting many female Guides, most of the colleagues are happy to have something to do with me. But it happens that some men, seeing that I do their same job, feel belittled, as if they can no longer be so proud of their work if even a woman is able to do it.
What are the crucial aspects of being a Guide for you? Technical skills are certainly important: you have the responsibility of the people you are with and if you do something wrong someone could fall and die, but 90% of the value of a Guide lies in your social skills. As a Mountain Guide you have to constantly confront the fears of the people you are accompanying, with their feelings in dangerous situations: in addition they are people you do not know well, many of them you have met for the first time a few hours before and suddenly you find yourself with them in hostile environments and in situations where they have to push themselves beyond their limits. The emotions involved in this process are many and it often happens that you have to measure yourself against the negative feelings of others: the group must trust you, but you must earn that trust. If someone gets stuck, you have to make sure that they trust you, that they let themselves be persuaded to move on.
Speaking with athletes and other women who love the mountains, it often comes out that a woman must always demonstrate that she is able to do something before being taken seriously, what do you think? I think that’s true. For example within Guides: if a man shows a little insecurity about which route to take, or takes a little longer to understand how to solve a problem, people do not react as skeptically as they do when the same situation happens to a female Guide. Compared to our male colleagues, we probably need to make extra efforts to gain the trust of customers, to prove that we are truly capable of what we do. Instead, are there any positive aspects of being a woman and a Mountain Guide? In general, when you are underestimated then you are rewarded by being heavily incensed when people realize you know your business. Generally, but it is not always said, women have a greater propensity to establish connections, the social skills we were talking about before, but again, this is not always the case and it is probably a stereotype that men are less able to do so. What I see from looking at the groups I work with is that men are often more focused on results, on reaching the top, women are more thoughtful, cautious and often much better on a technical level. If there is one nice thing about mountaineering, however, it is that strength alone is useless, technique alone does not help and neither does keeping your mind focused: but it is all these factors together that contribute to the success of an excursion. Whoever reaches the top is not necessarily the strongest, or the most technically prepared, because they are all aspects that compensate for each other.
Have you ever been underestimated for being a woman? From customers, or from other Mountain Guides? I guess a lot, and not just because I’m a woman, but also because I am very small from a physical point of view, I certainly do not look like Wonder Woman. Sometimes you only perceive that someone is skeptical, because they probably expected to find a man with huge biceps and a strong appearance and instead they found me, other times someone just makes it clear, saying that it has never happened to him before having a female Guide. However, I would say that in most cases the group's attitude could be defined as positive, or neutral. If you know what you are doing, if you trust your
Dream Mountain BY CHIARA GUGLIELMINA
I N C O L L A B O R AT I O N W I T H BA N F F PHOTOS CIRA CROWELL
There’s an image that strikes, it needs to be looked at and can be found about halfway through the movie: the sharp detail on two eyes as black as nothingness in which everything is reflected: a white mountain, a peak, a dream. Black eyes as if they were all pupils. As if the iris could dangerously limit the view, the entry of new light. The big black eyes belong to Pasang Lhamu Sherpa Akita. Big black eyes that are looking at what is more than just a peak. The 6440 meters of Cholatse are not only her home mountain, but represent the passion of a lifetime and, as Pasang reveals:
There’s a question (there’s always one where there’s progress), between images and scents, that fascinates the viewer: "Is it right to pursue your own dreams?". Spoiler: the answer is less trivial than you might think. We will not tell you how the story evolves, there’s Cira Crowell’s movie for that. Instead, we want to actively involve you on this issue.
“All women have the right to follow their dreams.”
To what extent is it right to sacrifice time and love for your own goal? Where is the fine line that separates healthy ambition from mere self-centeredness?
Even though for certain issues it would be worth reaching those dusty dictionaries, forgotten since high school on handouts folded by the weight of so much immobile, unexplored, virgin, wasted culture. The upper part of the dark iris, where the sky is reflected, is dense, oily and blue like petroleum. And in the middle there is this unusual pyramid that culminates in an icy trapezoid, all white. We are in the heart of the Everest region and even from the director's images you can smell Nepal: cumin, coriander and ginger mix with hairy and thick yaks while something is smoked in backlight, something always burns. A little for the heat, a little for the cuisine or for the prayers to the Gods, it doesn't matter: something always burns in Nepal.
Answer for real, do it in your mind or out loud, alone or with friends, sober or drunk. Feel free to write to us on socials if you like, we are interested in the vision of the reader, it’s the only thing that matters. We saw the movie. And it’s a masterpiece. It’s not just the story of a mountaineer, or of the first Nepalese woman to become a mountaineering instructor, or of a tenacious mother, or even of a woman who filled the cover of National Geographic in 2016, when she was elected Adventurer of the Year. It is not even the story of the woman who tries to climb Cholatse in the movie. Dream Mountain, if you look carefully at what is reflected in those eyes without iris, it
goes beyond a mountaineer mother who returns to climb. Instead, it asks new questions by questioning the canons that all of us, white, black, yellow or brown, have grown up with. There is certainly something poetic in the image of her husband watching her climbing from the Base Camp, holding their baby in his arms. Just as there is something courageous in the choice of wanting to climb again, however and at any cost. Just as there is something far-sighted in the understanding that the pursuit of your own happiness, if managed with intelligence and respect, does not deny anything to those around us. On the contrary… The East is further ahead, not only in the time zone. We believe we have evolved when instead we chase. Sometimes we get close enough to smell of roasted flour, yet we still have a lot of chapatis to eat. Victims of an involutionary technological
progress, we seek, in the mountain reflected in a wise gaze, a compass capable of pointing out our dreams. Because we have not only lost our way, we are aimless. The movie makes you dream wisely, in search of a balance between mountaineering and motherhood. And it does not limit the emotion to the red velvet armchair of our cinema, it questions many things that "have always been done this way". In short, tell us what you think about dreams. And follow BANFF.
The upper part of the dark iris, where the sky is reflected, is dense, oily and blue like petroleum. And in the middle there is this unusual pyramid that culminates in an icy trapezoid, all white.
Girls gotta eat dirt
There’s rebellion in the air BY CHIARA GUGLIELMINA
The approach of the protagonists, three fascinating damsels on two wheels, represents much more than a sport, it shows that we are finally rebelling against something.
even some camera movements are. The three riders are friends, as well as roommates and travel companions. A female camaraderie capable of making every woman proud of belonging to the fair sex. Three girls riding a bike, always joking. This is “Girls gotta eat dirt”. And yes, they actually gulp down a handful of dirt halfway through the movie. I wonder if the gesture inspired the title or the opposite. I like to believe the first hypothesis.
Although in the awareness that every rebellion is an end in itself and will die with the dissidents themselves, but that's enough.
The endless panorama of Colorado is the setting of the movie, it changes with each shot while remaining true to itself. A square piece of land, nestled in the center of the United States of America, neither too south nor too north, not too far from the east but not entirely in the west. You can smell west, rather. I’ve been to Colorado, it’s a challenge to do it justice with words. There is an arid desert made of sultriness in Colorado, of hot dunes, painted and changing in the day. Then there are tangible cracks, terri-
“We just like to go fast” may sound like a marketing payoff but in fact it is the sentence that Avra, Clare and Delilah use to introduce themselves. There’s no perfection in the Ripton & Co’s movie. And this is its strength: the art of not taking yourself too seriously even when you are young mountain bike talents, especially when you are young. Everything is dirty,
ble gashes in the red rock, cracks with no apparent end. Local trees live there, green firs that rise over 25 meters, interrupting the drought with emerald green and revealing, among the less dense branches, the snow-capped Rocky Mountains in the back. Water that evolves, from the blue mirrors of slow, dense and metallic rivers, to the blinding reverberation of the deepest snow. From liquid to solid. Even in the steam that dries the American asphalt at sunset, which is darker than the European one.
when they were little, and then see three super girls embody what, after all, is a bit of everyone's answer. Their proud skids, sometimes almost contemptuous, are combined with a past in which rebellion was an option taken seriously. Theirs is an unconscious riot, however. This is the true value. This is how real uprisings should be: happy, dirty, oblivious. The movie leaves a fleeting smile, but it is the nostalgia for a courage that never was.
There are urban agglomerations in the middle of nowhere. Human beings here stand out with intermittent luminous signs and any “stars and stripes” stereotype you can remember. There are also human beings who are isolated, however, the most solitary ones, who approach those western souls, those frontier places full of freedom and hope. That’s what I saw in this short movie, the harshness of wild life in contact with Nature in a nonconformist rhythm, a bit Rock'n Roll and a bit Western at the same time. Heroes (heroines in this case) perpetually sweaty who move in wild and dusty environments. On equally desolate scenarios, but of desolate beauty.
In short, BANFF celebrated its 10th birthday in Italy in the right way. If you missed this year's stages, on Itaca On Demand you will find the collection of all movies including this cool one in which there’s riding, fun and dirt eaten. * In short, it is advisable to alternate a good book with a good short movie, to always exceed the recommended daily doses, to take close or far or during meals, in case of complications consult a hiking guide. All to be kept within children’s reach.
Theirs is an unconscious riot, however. This is the true value. This is how real uprisings should be: happy, dirty, oblivious. The movie leaves a fleeting smile, but it is the nostalgia for a courage that never was.
The girls' dirty tires don't just face ridges, or the dust on the bottom of the forests or the roughest trails. They not only cross a natural space but instead become a communication bridge between ancient and dissimilar cultures and forms of expression. United by the pursuit of play, of adventure in the mountains as it should always be: thoughtless. No one, I guess, has been spared the feared existential question: “And you? What will you do when you grow up?" In these images it looks like as if the question had been posed backwards. Ask adults what they would do
Madre Terra BY VA L E R I A M A R G H E R I TA M O S CA
PHOTOS ACHILLE MAURI
“Teach your children what we have taught our children, that the Earth is our mother. Whatever befalls the Earth befalls the sons of the Earth. If men spit upon the ground, they spit upon themselves. This we know: the Earth does not belong to man, man belongs to the Earth. All things are connected like the blood which unites one family. Whatever befalls the Earth befalls the sons of the Earth.” Letter sent in 1885 to US President Franklyn Pierce from Chief Seattle of Duwamish People
In all cultures and for millennia, the biosphere has always been regarded as a living planet complete with spirit, in its most animistic conception. A living creature that breathed, with an organic aspect, self-sufficient, characterized, rich in conscience, considered sacred and invoked and celebrated as a goddess. The ancient Greeks called it Gea, the Austrulian aborigines Kunapipi and the Andean peoples Pachamama. Pachamama in Aimara mythology, together with the goddesses Mallku, spirit of the mountain, and Amaru, winged serpent, symbolized the trilogy of the relationship between society and nature. In all cults linked to the celebration of the Earth, the common thread has always been the awareness of the condition of the human being as an integral part of nature and its cycles, not above but within nature. Mother Earth, in our history of human beings present on the planet, has been treated with the utmost respect in every part of the world as sacred, sacred because every day she nourished the human being with her fruits, hydrated him with
her water and generated the air that was breathed and therefore, as necessary, sacred. Also in Italy we still find many references to this attitude of profound gratitude for our planet. For example in Sappada, in the province of Belluno, it’s possible to visit a ravine called Acquatona. It is a deep gorge carved by the Piave river at the meeting point with Rio Acquatona, where the river flows with a jump of more than 50 meters. This fascinating waterfall can be observed from the bridge placed close to the provincial road just before the town. An iron staircase leads up to the river bed and almost to the waterfalls. The sound of the river in the gorge generates an impressive and terrifying echo, majestic and stunning, which makes you shiver. The term that gives its name to this place, Acquatona, means precisely donated water (water that thunders according to another interpretation), suggesting the generosity of Mother Earth who, through the river and the waterfall, gives us water. Then, with the first Protestant Reformation, the philosophies of Descartes and Bacon and the new scien-
I am not religious but I feel a strong spirituality in me, so I too think that observing nature, studying it and understanding it can not only make us come into deep contact with it and be reassured, but also it can reveal to us in a certain way the meaning of life itself and above all let us to reacquire a way of perceiving and treating it more similar to the one of our ancestors and therefore more respectful. tific era, progress arrived and with it not only an improvement in the essential conditions of civilization but also a quick and depressing abandonment of the fundamental values of respect for the planet and of the role of men inserted in the complex mechanism of the biosphere. Little by little we have raped this wonderful living planet, plundering it and exploiting every resource without mercy. Mother Earth, from a sacred, venerated and honored entity, has become our exclusive object of conquest. The most striking and most perplexing feature, which I have glimpsed briefly recalling the sad rise of this new society, is the common belief in the need to persuade human beings that life on Earth has no metaphysical meaning or transcendent purpose. I find that a good compromise between a scientific attitude, and therefore a propulsive one for an improvement in human physical conditions, but which maintains a more transcendental attitude in its bases, can be well represented by the Linnaeus case. The Swedish physician and naturalist devised the binomial nomenclature that we still use today to name botanical species. He was born in 1707 in the Swedish province of Småland. His father was a pastor and to follow his will Linnaeus enrolled in the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Uppsala. His real interest, however, was botany and he began to attend the lessons of that subject as well. His studies are collected in the main work, Systema Naturae, published in 1735 and revised several times, a sort of rigid taxonomic catalog of animal and plant species, where Linnaeus states that the species, created in an eternal and immutable form according to a divine project, are spontaneously arranged in a natural system that lends itself to classification. Before Linnaeus, the species were described by the name of the genus, followed by a full description of the species. The great naturalist replaced this system with a
more precise binomial nomenclature, in which the species were also identified by a single term. According to this classification, every living organism is identified by a double name in Latin, first related to the genus and the second to the species. Its updated system still constitutes the foundation of the classification of the plant kingdom (and not only) up to date. Subsequently other scholars introduced new genera and species and, having to diversify them from those established by Linnaeus, it was decided to add to the Latin binomial also the abbreviation of the surname of the naturalist coiner: for Linnaeus, the only letter “L". Linnaeus was very religious and believed that by studying what God had created it would be possible to understand divine wisdom. In his opinion, the study of nature would reveal the divine order of creation, and the naturalist's job would therefore be to build a "natural classification" to reveal this order in the universe. I am not religious but I feel a strong spirituality in me, so I too think that observing nature, studying it and understanding it can not only make us come into deep contact with it and be reassured, but also it can reveal to us in a certain way the meaning of life itself and above all let us to reacquire a way of perceiving and treating it more similar to the one of our ancestors and therefore more respectful. In the last few months I have been working on a project that is deeply close to my heart whose name is "Last Chance" with Stefano Tosoni, who wrote and conceived it, and Achille Mauri, whose photos you can find accompanying this article. Last Chance is a journey into places transformed by climate change and a tale of the shocks that the biosphere is receiving due to the impact of our lives and systems. It is our call, the last one to hear the cry of pain of the earth and at the same time our declaration of love and care for our planet.
Riding for women rights across Afghanistan BY I L A R I A C H I AVAC C I
Shannon Galpin came to Afghanistan to found a non-profit organization that took care of women's rights and in doing so she fell in love with the mountains of the country, which led her to combine her love for the outdoors with humanitarian action. So what did you do? Not wanting to work with international aids, I created a non-profit organization from scratch. I needed to find an alternative route, to interact directly with the women I wanted to help.
This story is not only about sports and the outdoors, but also about politics and human rights and begins in 2008 in Afghanistan, which is a place with infinite possibilities from a naturalistic point of view, but which is always remembered for war or the denying human rights. Which is also what attracted Shannon Galpin in the beginning, she’s a trainer, passionate cyclist and activist who went to Afghanistan precisely to start a project that had the rights of Afghan women at its core, in particular a very simple right: riding a bicycle. "The first time, I was there for about a month, I was with a photographer friend of mine and I was seen with a bit of distrust: why this white American woman comes here to set up an aid program outside international organizations? But I didn't want to work with international aid models, but directly with the people involved, with Afghan women.”
Is this how Mountain2Mountain was born? The first project actually had nothing to do with bicycles, but focused on gender-based violence: I worked in women's prisons and with all-round women's education. This led me to get to know the Afghan outdoor community as a result, precisely because I was there on my own and not with an organization: I was not locked up in a compound and I was traveling around the country by motorbike or car, exploring it from side to side, often sleeping in people's homes. I traveled through all the provinces, from north to south, and so I realized first of all how beautiful this land was, and then I was pushed to know it more and more by everyone I met. What happened is that the more people I knew, the more they wanted to show me the most hidden and magnificent corners of the country. They took me to walk in the mountains, to do what you or I would call hiking and which for them was simply taking me to see a significant place, like the emerald mines where they worked. This is
So why does an American girl move to Afghanistan to create a non-profit organization? In my previous life, in Colorado, I run a sports rehab business, then I moved to Europe, where I lived for 10 years, and then to Beirut, where I started dealing with women's rights and gender-based violence and where I realized that I wanted to be useful in that area.
how I realized that there was a lack of a kind of culture of sport and outdoor activity and this is how it all started: in my past life in Colorado I was a mountain biker, so it came spontaneously to join the humanitarian aspect to the more physical-exploratory one.
by screwing up everything. After that I was not well, I had a blood clot in my brain and had to undergo head operations which took me away from Afghanistan. With the recent evolutions and with the Taliban back in power, it was impossible to return.
Why bikes? Historically, if we go back more than a century ago, bicycles have always been a vehicle for social change and an engine of equality. Just think of many of the feminist battles: suffragette battles were fought on bicycles. At the end of the nineteenth century, both in Europe and in the United States, women riding bicycles were considered immoral by the society of the time, but every time we saw them on bikes it was to carry on the equality movements. The bicycle, if you think about it, it is the most egalitarian means of transport that exists: it does not require an energy source to be set in motion apart from the body one, it does not require a license to be driven and moreover it is economical if compared to other types of vehicles. .
But it was not possible for you to stay idle. No, absolutely: since last August I have been helping to evacuate people, the first were the girls of the women's cycling team, then also many of the men, and now I’m continuing to do that with those who are left, cyclists in Afghanistan are now several hundred among men and women. This looks like a difficult challenge. It is, the situation was and still is dramatic, but I have a very dense network of contacts: first of all I made sure that the athletes were on the evacuation lists, and then I am literally organizing ground evacuations through my network there, which for safety reasons I cannot describe in too much detail. We have organized houses where we can host those who flee safely in the countries bordering Afghanistan and then we work to find them a place to go in Europe: a dozen have already arrived in Italy, but also in Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, some also in the United States and 25 of them are in Canada. Many people stay in Pakistan for a while, until we are able to take them to Italy or elsewhere, but at the moment there is no money for visas, but also for basic medical assistance: there are some people who need interventions surgery as soon as they cross the border. It's like having to fit the pieces of a giant puzzle together. In addition, the reception of Afghans is not as well regarded as one might think, both in Europe and in the United States.
What happened then? Bikes were everywhere in Afghanistan in 2008, but you only saw men and young guys on them, even if women at the time indeed played sports: I had met girls who played football and there was a boxing team. Women took part in all kinds of sports and also began to appear in the political and social life of the country, they drove cars, but bicycles were still a taboo for most of them. So I started wondering why and above all wanting to change this situation. Then, in 2011, a national women's team made up of 8 women was formed, which the following year I started to train and support, until they also participated in competitions in Pakistan and India, I provided them with bicycles and equipment through some sponsors.
What's missing in order to complete the puzzle? Money, but also help and hospitality: many people think that the evacuation of the Afghans is over, but that's not the case, the fact that we don't talk about it much anymore and the attention of the world has shifted to Ukraine does not mean that it is all done.
And after that? It all fell apart in 2016 when another coach, Haji Abdul Sediq Seddiqi, after founding the team, started selling the bikes I had helped bring to the team for his own profit: he quickly became the villain of the story
Mind Over Mountain BY E VA TO S C H I
“Why am I doing this?” It's a question we all ask ourselves sooner or later when we're doing something that puts us a strain on our mind and body. There can be many reasons that push us to undertake a multi-day trip to places so severe that men, to pass through them, must give everything they have. Almost like a sacrifice to a god. But whatever the motivation is, and everyone has his own, that leads to a crossing of several days on the high mountains, what it's really interesting is the inner journey that those who put themselves in these situations decide to take. Mind Over Mountain, Patagonia’s documentary by Sweetgrass Productions tells just that kind of journey. The one in which it does not matter how many kilometers you travel or which mountains you cross, but what’s important is that journey that, once you get to the end of it, find you changed.
Bugs to Rogers
The journey, with skis on feet and backpack on the shoulders, of Leah Evans, Marie-France Roy and Madeleine Martin-Preney is “Bugs to Rogers”, one of the most sought after ski crossings in Canada that starts from Bugaboos, with its spectacular rock spiers and, after 137 kilometers of ups and downs in the midst of huge glaciers and passing through the na-
tive territories of the Ktunaxa, Okanagan and Shuswap, ends at Rogers Pass. A crossing that anyone who is passionate about ski crossings dreams of doing sooner or later in life. If we were to imagine something comparable to "Bugs to Rogers" in our Alps, we could think of the "Haute Route Zermatt-Chamonix", but without the precious support of the refuges. In fact, the crossing that Leah, Marie and Madeleine (and it should be said, even the crew that filmed them) made, was managed in total autonomy. They slept in a tent, ate what they carried on their backs (with the exception of some supplies that have been buried in previously selected points) and oriented themselves with a compass, map and experience.
How to create an unbreakable bond
The success (and by success I just don't mean getting to the end of it, but taking home an experience that you want to remember and tell) of a crossing depends on many factors, but the most important one is undoubtedly the relationship that is created between the people involved. Choosing the right companions for an adventure like this is not easy, and it is a choice that you have to fully embraced, despite everything that may happen.
Leah, Marie, and Madeline are very different people, with a different degree of experience and with a different sensitivity and approach to situations, but somehow they create a group that perfectly works. Each one of them has her own challenges to deal with, but despite this, despite the intimate dialogue that is established when you feel nothing compared to the mountain, during this personal journey an indissoluble bond of friendship is created with the people with whom you share. At some point, the conditions of the group, as a whole, become more important than the weather conditions, to move forward. To survive. At one point, as Madeline says (who immediately took the responsibility of leading the group): "this experience is not about me." It is not about the sense of responsibility towards others, or the fear of betraying the trust of others. It's about getting to the end of it, together. And to achieve this it may also be necessary to go against your own rules.
Being a woman, in a crossing
Mind Over Mountain does not tell how three women managed to complete this challenge, but how three people, three friends did it. There’s no rhetoric and I find that the narrative chosen by Sweetgrass can
be an excellent starting point for the future, on how to deal with the topic of "women in the mountains". An issue that, I hope, is less and less distinguishable from the more general "mountain climbers". One may wonder, from a gender equality perspective, if someone would have chosen to shoot a documentary on "Bugs to Rogers" if the protagonists of the adventure had been men, considering that the crossing, despite being very demanding, has been made by various men team over the years. In asking myself this question, I realized something that I believe has always been true: it’s not important what you do, but with what spirit you place yourself in relation to what you do. And in seeing how Leah, Marie and Madeline have placed themselves, with such humility and ability to get involved made me envious, I can only say that theirs is an experience that deserves to be told, read, seen. “To be a woman and do these things it is not only necessary to demonstrate that you have the skills. You need to have something more” says Madeline Martin-Preney. But that extra something that these three girls have, even if I may have partially revealed it, I'll let you discover by watching the movie.
Hurricane Stefi is kicking off again BY I L A R I A C H I AVAC C I
P H OTO S PAU P U J O L
Thirty years old. Distinguishing features: red and matte lipstick on her lips and an irrepressible energy. Estefania Troguet, known as Stefi, is preparing to face two other eight-thousanders: K2 and Broad Peak. Are you training? Yeeeessss. Stefi Troguet's energy is contagious, even when you speak to her through a phone, from many kilometers away.
you’re little considered. This fact places a certain kind of pressure on us all the time, because you know that people will look at you waiting for the verdict of that trial. And I'm not just talking about eight-thousanders, but about any type of mountain. And the great thing about mountaineering is that this happens, you don't always do well, but it doesn't matter whether you are a man or a woman, but if you are a girl and for some reason you fail, it is as if all eyes were on you, with a verdict already written at the beginning. Then the first time I put a lipstick on to climb it was because of the cracks: since I am a very nervous girl, my lips often break, so one day I put it on, but not with the intent of wearing a special make-up. The practical result is that it protects me from the sun, the emotional one is that people like that judge me even more, and I actually like this because when things go right they are even more surprised.
When are you going to leave? I will be in Islamabad, Pakistan, on June 10 or 11. All this enthusiasm is justified by the fact that the Andorran mountaineer, whom Ferrino supports in this undertaking, is about to leave for two fascinating and demanding expeditions: the ascent of K2 (8611m) and Broad Peak (8051m), which are respectively her third and fourth eight-thousanders, after Nanga Parbat (8126m) and Manaslu (8163m), climbed in 2019 together with Nirmal Purja, the Nepalese mountaineer famous for his record hunt: not only does he hold the most fastest time on 5 of the 14 eight-thousanders in the world, but overall he climbed them all a few months, documenting everything in the movie 14 Peaks: Nothing is Impossible. Nirmal is a really good friend, we climbed together in 2018 and we bonded a lot. At the time he told me about his project of 14 eight-thousanders in 6 months and asked me if I wanted to participate in one of the expeditions, I clearly said yes. And he went like "Okay, so pick one." I chose Nanga Parbat and that was my first eight-thousander.
And when things go wrong? You learn a lot. Last year I tried to climb Dhaulagiri (8167m ), but I couldn’t make it. Mostly because of two aspects: firstly my rope team was very small, just two people, my rope team friend and I, and when you’re two it’s very difficult to go on if you’re not on the exactly same page. Back then it was as if I had climbed my way and he went his: I don't know why, but I was very slow on this expedition and he decided to go on, so we separated. In addition, I got Covid at the base camp and after a while we were all evacuated.
On the top of the world wearing a lipstick, your photos have been around the world, but is there anyone who has criticized you or taken you little seriously because of this? That happened mostly at the beginning: when you are a woman, plus a woman like me who often wears bright colors and always has fiery red lips, people judge you, they think you are out of place. It's only after a great challenge that they get cold feet, change their mindset and think that yes, indeed you are capable. In the world of mountaineering, you get respect if you can prove something, otherwise, as a woman
Did this experience teach you anything? That the team means everything, especially on mountains like these: even if it is ultimately an individual sport, the team is what makes the difference in certain types of expeditions. Certainly, mountaineering has a lot to do with everyone's spirituality: you must feel part of the mountain, feel it, especially in the most dangerous points, where the risk of ava-
At the beginning [...] I struggled a lot because, as I told you at the beginning, I was not taken seriously. For me, the turning point was the climb of Nanga Parbat, the moment when people began to understand that I knew what I was doing. Are you going to climb all eight-thousanders in the world? At least I'd like to try, that's the plan. But I don't have a precise timing, it all depends on the time and money I have, if I can find sponsors to support me. I live the moment, it's not a project like Nirmal's, with precise timing. I do it because I love these mountains and for me every expedition represents a dream come true.
lanches is high, you must listen to it and be involved in it, but at the same time you must move with your team in a kind of flow, as if it were a single person, a single body. When I was younger I thought that the people who climb eight-thousanders were not scared at all by these mountains: “if you are afraid you don't go there”, I thought, but that's not true. It is a fear mixed with respect that one feels in the presence of them to which recently, at least for me, it adds to the shock of having lost three friends with whom I was on Nanga Parbat: Ali Sadpara Sergi Mingote and Cala Cimenti, who all died the same winter, and Antonios Sykaris, with whom I was on Dhaulagiri, who left us a few weeks ago. When you see the people around you die you start to feel terrified, not of dying, because you take that into account, but of losing the people you love. When you go on these expeditions you know that you may not return, what you tend not to consider is what can happen to other people. Losing my friends, my mates, is like losing a part of my family and this frankly scares me more than death per se.
Is finding sponsors easier than in the past with all the hype that there is about the world of climbing and rock climbing? I guess so, mostly because of Instagram. I am neither the fastest nor the strongest in what I do, but social networks have opened many doors for me. But at the same time it depends on the type of expedition: in the past no one used extra oxygen to climb eight-thousanders, so you had to be able to do it, today it is within the reach of many more people, but it depends on the values of the brands that choose to support these challenges. For example, you don't use oxygen in your climbs. No, I've never done it and I consider it a totally different activity.
Do you remember the first time you wished to climb an eight-thousander? The desire came gradually: I grew up in Andorra, surrounded by mountains all year round, I went there with school, I went there with my parents, I went there with friends. The first big challenge for me was climbing a mountain near home, a 3000m climb that I felt very nervous about. I remember that I didn't know where to start with training. My cousin involved me and the really nice thing, even more than the company itself, was having a project: something you think about often and for which you commit and train. It was so beautiful, that then came a 4000m climb and then the desire to climb higher and higher. In a short time I found myself climbing an eight-thousander, but it all happened very naturally.
Do you think that if you were a boy it would be easier for you to find sponsors? At the beginning I though so, I struggled a lot because, as I told you at the beginning, I was not taken seriously. For me, the turning point was the climb of Nanga Parbat, the moment when people began to understand that I knew what I was doing. From that moment on, I may have actually benefited from it: there are fewer female mountaineers, so there is less competition. In addition, today for many brands it is interesting to activate projects with female mountaineers, such as Ferrino, a brand with which I have been collaborating for some time and that has always been very close and active in accompanying its athletes in all their projects. Let's say it is a coin that has two sides.
Larissa Arce Climbing is a refuge BY LUDOVICA SACCO
P H OTO S M AT T EO PAVA N A
Larissa Arce was born and grew up in a small village in northern Mexico called Namiquipa. For her, climbing has been a refuge from problems, a family that showed her a new vertical perspective of her country. The more Larissa climbed, the more her passion grew, thanks to the love for those immense walls and the desire to find new routes to climb. Larissa is a La Sportiva athlete who’s currently living in Spain, where she has found serenity and the right motivation to progress in climbing.
I came to Spain following my dream of pushing the limits of Mexican women's climbing. Discovering new types of rocks and holds was incredible and challenging, especially as I fell in love with a place that is completely different from my style: Margalef.
You are from Messico and then moved to Spain, how did you approach Spanish rock? I came to Spain following my dream of pushing the limits of Mexican women's climbing. Discovering new types of rocks and holds was incredible and challenging, especially as I fell in love with a place that is completely different from my style: Margalef. In fact, in the last year I have trained in particular on pockets and monos. I feel super happy to live in Spain, the rock is endless and the people are really nice and welcoming.
and the view from there is an unforgettable experience. Other beautiful places that I would love to climb again are Red River George, Riglos and Peñoles. You took part in the 2020 movie Pretty Strong by Leslie Hittmeier. Can you tell us something about this experience? For me this experience has been really meaningful, a journey that I traveled mainly to accompany and support my friend Fernanda. She is like a sister to me and for me, as for many other girls in Mexico and Latin America, being a climber and pushing one's limits is not always easy, especially with how our world works. We have a lot of responsibilities within our families, sometimes there are many problems, so we have to work hard. After that, if there’s time and energy left, you can train. Watching her part in Pretty Strong made me feel proud and happy to see that our reality and Ferys’ passion have had the right exposure.
What was the most difficult multi-pitch route you’ve faced? I think the most difficult one has been Logical Progression 7c+ (900m) at El gigante, but I didn't close all the pitches. Instead, what for me has been the most difficult one is Southwest Rarámuri, a mixed multi pitch route that I opened with Sergio Almada: we had to study the wall for 10 days to try to get to the top. What is the most beautiful place where you climbed? One of the most beautiful places is Basaseachi. There are some multi-pitche routes next to the waterfall
How do you train? What’s your typical day like? Every day is different. I try to organize my trainings day by day paying attention to my workload. Rock climbing is my priority at the moment, but if I have a lot of work I do some fingerboard sessions, conditioning etc.
easy because I have a lot of responsibilities towards my family. They are not climbers and for a long time I felt guilty for training rather than taking care of my father. What helped me to find balance was to make them part of my lifestyle, but also to take off periods throughout the year to be with them and focus on different activities at home.
What are your next goals as an athlete? Improving my onsight and my flash grade, learning how to move better in different styles and go back climbing again on big walls.
What will Larissa be like in ten years? I will have the same motivation, I am still growing in different aspects of life, for example in my career. I will continue to enjoy myself and climb not for a prize, but for the pleasure of doing it. And I hope I will be able speak Catalan!
You are now part of La Sportiva family, how is it going? Did something changed in your life? When I moved from Messico to Spain I left a lot of things behind, including sponsors, friends and family. I never expected that someone would one day say "hey, you also have a family here" on the other side of the world, like La Sportiva did. So joining the team has been a precious surprise for me, I hope that this will help to offer opportunities and give visibility to other women.
I think it depends from person to person, for me it was not easy because I have a lot of responsibilities towards my family. They are not climbers and for a long time I felt guilty for training rather than taking care of my father.
What model of La Sportiva do you use to climb in the various environments? I usually use Solution and Skwama, while at the Margalef crag I only use Solution. Are family and life as an athlete easy to combine? How do you manage this delicate balance? I think it depends from person to person, for me it was not
Quickdraw & activism
Climbing Iran BY I L A R I A C H I AVAC C I
Nasim Eshqi in her country, Iran, is a pioneer of outdoor climbing. The documentary Climbing Iran tells the story of her activism on rock. When a girl proves to be somehow not inclined to how society would like her it is a problem. It is a problem in Italy, let alone in Iran. Climbing Iran, the documentary shot by director Francesca Borghetti, produced by NANOF, awarded at Trento Festival and at DOC Film Festival, and broadcast in Italy on LaF, tells how Nasim Eshqi, an Iranian girl with a passion for the outdoors, had to fight to be able to follow this inclination to become the number one of climbing in Iran. From the Khomeinist revolution onwards, that is, since 1979, Iran is in fact an Islamic Republic and bases its rules and social conventions on principles that refer to Sharia law, Islamic law, and Iranian society is strongly patriarchal.
“I want to be a woman who will make her dreams come true and will never stop”: if there is one thing that Nasim does not lack is determination and in climbing, discovered by chance at the age of 23, she found a good way to train her. The slow and tiring progression that climbers are forced to experience is a good way to train patience and resilience. In fact, this documentary offers the portrait of a woman determined to overcome any obstacle she encounters in pursuing her passions: be it physical, social, psychological, geographical or ideological. Through the gaze of her first instructor and of those who climbed with her, Nasim's determination is palpable, determined to open a route in the Persian mountains and to be an example for the women of her village.
In such a context it is easy to understand how being a hyperactive girl, like Nasim, can be a problem. In a social context in which adult women are not allowed to leave the house without a hijab, it is easy to imagine what the reactions may be towards a girl who wants to play sports like men, expose herself to dangers like men, be free to do what she wants like men. In the very first frames of the documentary Nasim tells how, as a child, she would have often preferred to have been born a man, in order not to be perceived as weak, in order to have more "freedom of movement", in every sense. Yes, because she did not have around her many references of women engaged in sports, she certainly did not see them on television, and even the female models she had around her were of no help.
“A girl for all season”, that’s the name she gave to the route, open thanks also to the help of her mentor and instructor in terms of climbing: doing something so dangerous, in Iran, exposes not only to physical risk, but also to social consequences, if something had happened to Nasim she would have found herself responding to many uncomfortable questions. The religious police are not joking around there. In all of Iran, those who climb at high levels can be counted on the fingers of one hand and, in the midst of such a small group, it immediately catches the eye that the only woman in there is Nasim, an issue that she herself accepts with difficulty, because she clearly remains excluded from the
official competition circuits. Even if there are more examples than in the past, playing sports for an Iranian woman still remains something very complex today. “In the city I accept their rules, but here in the mountains it’s different. It doesn't matter whether you are rich or poor, Italian or Iranian, man or woman, gravity draws everyone down equally, and this has always given me a great sense of fairness.”
gyms are banned in Iran, boys and girls can train, but on separate days. A guy, interviewed by Francesca, tells how this experience that made him change perspective with respect to gender issues: as a man he did not conceive of showing himself in difficulty on the wall in front of Nassim and other girls, but the experience in the mountain made him change his mind and overturn his opinions. Nasim uses climbing as a tool to tackle any type of difficulty and this is the message that passes from the words of her students, to whom she instills confidence and courage.
Thanks to Francesca and a complicated crowdfunding path (the fact that Iran was somehow involved initially blocked the process, which involved a company from the United States, which currently apply quite harsh sanctions to Iran) Nasim opened a way also in Trentino. It would be easier for her to live in Europe, but it is her country, Iran, that has made her the woman she is now and she rightly does not want to abandon it, and maybe one day it will be a fairer place for women also thanks to example of all people like her, who did not allow themselves to be discouraged by a suffocating patriarchal approach and rigid religious precepts. The documentary ends with images of Nasim teaching girls, some of them veiled, to climb. She does it on the crag because mixed
In all of Iran, those who climb at high levels can be counted on the fingers of one hand and, in the midst of such a small group, it immediately catches the eye that the only woman in there is Nasim, an issue that she herself accepts with difficulty, because she clearly remains excluded from the official competition circuits.
We are not pandas. BY I L A R I A C H I AVAC C I
PHOTOS EUGENIA VITOBELLO
Ours is a society where gender imbalances still exist and are huge, and this is a fact. When large players of this society, such as brands or media, find themselves dealing with this imbalance and try to put a piece, they are often clumsy, even when moved by a noble intent, and this is also a fact. There are sectors that are more open and inclusive than others, but for (almost) all of them it remains the difficulty in handling the female question in a fair and balanced way. It happens anytime, anywhere, and it also happens outdoors. If for a very long time the sports universe linked to mountain activities has been more male-centric than anything else, now companies have lined up and there are as many women's products as male ones. But what we have not yet managed to conquer, I’m talking about us girls who love the mountains and the outdoors, is the demolition of those Indian reservation type of stereotypes, similar also the the ones of endangered species, which means that most of the products destined to us have a clear and unequivocal feminine connotation. In the collections made "for us" there’s always a sprinkle of pink or fluo colors, as well as flowers and girly decorations on snowboards and skis. To eliminate gender distinctions, it is not enough to declare it, you have to feel it, and putting too much emphasis on what is feminine and what is not certainly does not help.
king of a world in which gender equality is a fact and not a utopia also passes through models and, why not, the products that we have at our disposal. Clearly identifying something as made for men or for women only sharpens the differences, it makes us grow up with the idea that something different is needed for women. Which is actually true, but it concerns the physical conformation, not the outward appearance. One thing it is if the product in question has been specifically designed for the female body, another thing is the simple transposition of the men's one with another colorway. All this only feeds the assumption that women need something specific: protection at best, limitation at worst. But we are not pandas, we are not dying out and the best way to ensure that we enjoy the mountains is to not set any limits, not even aesthetic ones. It is important to feel good about ourselves, in an outdoor context like in any other, and certainly what we decide to wear influences us and it is right that men and women are able to feel gratified in appearance even by doing sports or facing a challenge in the mountains. An already challenging situation is best tackled by feeling confident in our appearance as well as in our abilities, but this is true for anyone and regardless of gender. The most important aspect of mountain and outdoor products is their functionality, sheltering from the cold and wind, being breathable, comfortable and resistant or, in the case of equipment, being functional for what we like most: mountaineering, downhill skiing, freeriding, climbing or trail running.
How much of what we are, do and want is our real desire and how much is something that we have introjected thanks to the way we have grown up? To the examples we have had? Thin-
it was 1975 and the society was profoundly different: her example probably sparked off many girls, who perhaps did not believe that mountain was their thing. But today, in 2022, shouldn't we be able to overcome the “woman doing something like a man” preconception? I believe that the lack of representation is as much a problem as the narrative according to which, if a woman does something considered predominantly masculine, such as climbing a rather reaching a dangerous peak or breaking a certain record, it is something special, out of the ordinary. Or, even worse, it implies the subtext that she has succeeded despite being a woman. Going through the pages of this journal you will realize how many of the signatures, both for stories and pictures, are female. Last February, we at The Pill hosted our first Base Camp, a B2B event dedicated to brands and retailers specialized in winter sports. In those days, apart from the director Denis Piccolo and Tommaso Bernacchi, the rest of the team was made up only of girls. In the evening we hosted an event, which has clearly been widely documented on our social networks and our colleague Marta Manzoni tagged us all in a photo by writing: “the outdoors are for real men": it was a joke, of course, but the the truth is that, as girls, in this environment we have to do a bit more effort, both to impose ourselves and to be correctly represented. The director himself told us that our Women Issue, the one you are reading, is the one for which it is most difficult to collect investments: this says a lot about how much the outdoor world still considers us a marginal phenomenon.
African American writer and activist Bell Hook, in her essay Feminism Is for Everybody explains how, to understand the feminist movement, it is first necessary to understand and recognize what sexism is and how it manifests itself. Which, unfortunately, is still not immediate today for a large part of people who simply do not see the problem. Recognizing the fact that there are oppressive behaviors and discriminating representations towards women is the first step to undermine an unfair system. Take, for example, the titles that often concern mountain undertakings: how many times is it stressed that it was a woman who climbed this or that other peak, or broke a certain record? That physical, emotional and mental differences exist between genders is a fact, it would be stupid to try to say otherwise, but is it useful to emphasize that "a woman did that too”? Or does it only corroborate the idea that we are a different species, to be protected and helped, especially when it comes to the mountains and the challenges to be overcome? When Japanese mountaineer Junko Tabei was the first woman to climb Everest,
However, given that the community of mountain passionate girls is fed, I decided to involve in this piece the voice of other women, my colleagues, but also virtual acquaintances made thanks to Instagram, which can turn out to be a wonderful tool of sisterhood and comparison. "I've never felt like a great representative of the female gender, I don't recognize myself in the stereotypes that have been created about women, but when it comes to climbing I feel proud to be part of this gender, which every day has to face new challenges.” This is the point of Eva Toschi, signature of The Pill. "I also find that women's initiatives, certainly promoted with
all the good intentions of the case, end up passing the message that “we as women can also climb (run, ski, live in the wild) like men” when in reality we can't do any of these things like them. The beauty lies precisely in here: in understanding that what we think are limits to equality, in reality, can become beautiful tools for our experiences. It is only by stripping ourselves of all preconceptions that we will find our way of doing things: not better and not worse, simply different.”
"rare" and in a continuous challenge with the opposite sex, instead of going on doing what we know best and get the due respect. What we risk, by doing so, is to create a cognitive bias, a distorted perception of the reality of the female sports world.” "I believe that in the outdoor world, especially the more institutional one, we women are still considered as second-class mountaineers" says Elena Casolaro, a very young climber and outdoor journalist from Livorno. “When I went to the CAI section of my city to ask for information on variuos activities, I was treated sufficiently, I was even asked if I knew that I would need ropes to climb. A few months later a male friend with whom I climb, therefore at my level, went there as well, and he was even offered to take the course to become an instructor. None of them have ever seen us climb.”
"When a brand offers a women's version of a product in its catalog, what I expect to find is not a greater attention to aesthetics or a shade of pink with a floral print, but a product that it has been designed for a body different from the male one, which is considered universal.” Says Chiara Beretta, also a journalist, who criticizes the emphasis of certain representations as an insider. "I find it deeply wrong when the focus of the title and of the article is the infamous “a woman”: it doesn't really matter who you are, but only the fact that, in fact, you are a woman, an ordinary woman, a delicate and mysterious creature who occasionally, if she tries hard, she also does things like a man: congratulations! This emphasizing the fact that a woman is doing something, between the lines, is a way of saying that she has succeeded despite being a woman, and that's terrible.”
The road to full and shared gender equality is still long and tortuous, but in the meantime, remember that we are not pandas.
“As a former athlete who now works in the world of sport and especially in sporting events” explains Sofia Marchesini, who after being a professional freeskier deals with operations and branding for winter events, “I think that sometimes it is us women who make mistakes. For example, I do not share the perhaps somewhat feminist thought of organizing sports activities only for women, of exalting ourselves for a female-only enterprise and of motivating a sports challenge with the fact that we have pushed ourselves beyond our comfort zone to overcome an unresolved inner conflict. Too often we forget that we play sports and go to the mountains to feel good, to be safer, to be together and be happy, just like everyone else. In my opinion we also self-design ourselves in the job market: there are a lot of girls working in the sport sector, but we always consider ourselves
Leaving everything behind BY M A R TA M A N ZO N I
Originally from Northern Ireland, Emily Scott lives in Scotland and works as a ski instructor and International Mountain Leader, a sort of mid-mountain guide. But let's rewind the tape. Emily Scott has a full time job in London. Being in front of her computer makes her frustrated, and on weekends she spends countless hours driving towards the mountains and a lot of time wondering what makes her truly happy. Although she grew up in the countryside, it is the hustle and bustle of city life that makes her realize that the outdoors are inextricably linked to her quest for inner peace. So, one day, at 27, she decides to change her life, she gives up her career and starts working as a ski instructor around the world. Then, in the summer of 2018, she sets out to attempt the difficult solo traverse of all 282 Munros (mountains over 3000 feet) of Scotland. She will achieve it in just four months. Project 282 is short film by Perch Films in collaboration with the British Adventure Collective that chronicles Emily's love for Scotland and what motivated her during this 120-day journey, showing some of Scotland's most spectacular views. Emily's narrative offers a personal insight into both the context of the challenge and her reflections and her passion for the Scottish Highlands.
showed me my desire to push myself to the limit physically, I had never faced any trials longer than a week. I soon realized that perseverance, coupled with the fragmentation of a great idea into smaller parts, would be the key to realize this project. Why did you decide to face this challenge by yourself? I needed some time to think. Every now and then I felt very lonely but it was okay, it's important to know how to face loneliness. Furthermore, I had no hurry, I could decide my timing independently, in a completely flexible way, and evaluate how to move in absolute freedom. Some days, when it rained, I would spend several hours in my tent reading and thinking before deciding whether to go out or not. I spent a lot of time planning the tour and organizing the logistics. Filming the entire trip was never an option: I was well aware that being in company of filmmakers would completely distort the solitary nature of the adventure. It would also have been completely impractical both from a temporal and a financial point of view. For these reasons, the short movie was filmed in two separate trips: the first part in real time during the last week of the experience, and the second the following summer. There are whole weeks of effort and adventure in the 10 minutes of the short movie: a real work of love. The voiceover recording was another valuable part of the whole experience, I didn’t written down, and it became a kind of guided introspection, which really helped me work out why I did such an experience.
Your Project 282 was achieved in 120 days, you walked 2200km and cycled for 2600km, with more than 195.000m of difference in height. How was this idea born? I had already climbed about fifty Munros, in a non-continuous way, and I was completely in love with the landscapes and the spectacular views of that land, it is the most incredible place I had ever seen. So I decided to spend a few months exploring this unique environment, and try to chain all the peaks above 3000 feet, cycling from one Munro to another. No one had ever done anything like this. I believed this story had potential and I wanted to show the raw beauty of Scotland. Although my triathlon background
So I decided to spend a few months exploring this unique environment, and try to chain all the peaks above 3000 feet, cycling from one Munro to another. No one had ever done anything like this. I believed this story had potential and I wanted to show the raw beauty of Scotland.
What has been the organization behind it? Logistics were not at all easy, especially when it came to moving from one summit to another. Sometimes I had to go back a bit to get my bike back, and this made me quite frustrated. The rest was quite simple: I approached the base of the mountain by bike, locked my bike to a tree and then started the climb to the top. I have often slept in tents, sometimes camping or in a hostel just to take a shower. I took a few buses, other times some friends came to pick me up and I loaded my bike into their car.
Yours has been a sustainable adventure. Yes, I hope the movie will help to show people that you don't necessarily have to fly to exotic places to experience extraordinary adventures and, in fact, there are some incredible, wild and remote places just close to home, in the British Isles for example. I think this is particularly relevant at a time like this, in which on the one hand we are slowly emerging from the effects of the pandemic, on the other hand international travel will probably remain unadvisable for a while longer. The discovery of the outdoors for many people is certainly a positive element in recent months, I also hope to be able to share through the movie the beauty of Scotland's wilderness as well as the need to respect nature and to leave unspoiled landscapes as they were found. For this reason, during Project 282 I raised funds for three organizations: Scottish Mountain Rescue, Mountain Bothy Association and Air Ambulances UK.
What difficulties did you meet? Scotland experienced during a beautiful sunny day is unbeatable, perhaps also because beautiful days are really a rarity. Up there you are never too far from civilization, and you can experience wonderful adventures that are not too extreme, yet, sometimes you feel like you are completely lost in the world. The environment is truly wild and can be very raw and harsh. There were some days with very strong gusts of wind and terrible weather, in which it was unthinkable to be out in the mountains, and so I took refuge in some b&bs, I didn't want to find myself in dangerous situations that I knew I would not be able to handle. One afternoon my gloves got wet because of the heavy rain and I feared my fingers would freeze because of the cold.
Any nice stories you would like to share? It was the first time I had not showered for 10 days straight, in the end I smelled so much! Then I remember that on the last night of the trip I didn't sleep for a second, I wanted to enjoy that wonderful experience in those mountains until the last moment. The short movie of Project 282 allowed me to have the opportunity to remember this adventure and to be able to relive the lessons I learned, focusing only on the present moment.
The power of number seven BY I L A R I A C H I AVAC C I
Jenn Drummond fully embodied the cliché of the successful American woman: a job in finance, a beautiful family, seven children. Then a terrible car accident changed her life, for the better. But also to be the first woman to conquer all Seven Seconds. Of course, I want to conquer this record. But considering that Mount Tyree in Antarctica can only be climbed in December and January and only one person per season is allowed, and this year it was me, and Dykh-Tau is in Russia where I don't think it is possible to go in this historical moment, I do not think that realistically there is anyone who can snatch the record from me.
When we met through a video call, Jenn is about to start her daily training, she has just returned from a training trip to Alaska and will soon be shooting some TV episodes for Outside TV, an American network dedicated to the outdoor world. Her story recently ended up in the New York Times, because she only has 4 peaks left to climb out of all seven of the second highest peaks on every continent, the Seven Seconds Peaks. Which actually are eight because, as often happens in the mountaineering world, famous climbers do not agree on the topic. The fact is that two lists have been drawn up: one by Richard Bass and another, proposed later, by Reinhold Messner. In Bass's list, the second highest Australian mountain is Mount Townsend, while according to Messner it is Puncak Mandala, in Papua New Guinea. Jenn, who is an extremely practical person, just got to the source and, once she will arrive in Oceania, she will try to climb them both.
Once you reach K2 you will be missing two peaks... I will stay home in August, then it will be the turn of Australia, with Puncak Mandala and Mount Townsend, I want to try to complete both existing lists, both Messner's and Bass's. Once you have climbed all 8 peaks you will be the first woman to have succeeded in that challenge. In the editorial office we always ask ourselves a lot about the emphasis placed on women's goals, what do you think? The other two people who have climbed all the Seven Seconds to date are males, and I think it is important that there is also a female representation to achieve this result. For example, when I climbed Mount Tyree I was the first American to do it, and the second woman in general, and as I climbed I thought about the fact that these conquests are a double-edged sword, because on the one hand the titles about me do emphasize the fact that I have seven children, but at the same time I believe it is a major achievement for all women. While I was planting the flag, I was thinking about this, I saw it as a collective goal. I would like someone else to take this flag to carry it somewhere else. I believe that telling our stories ensures that it is no longer perceived as
Jenn frames with her smartphone out the window, there is still some snow in Utah, but days are getting warmer and the conditions are perfect for her daily training. Jenn, when are you going to leave and what will your next peak? The first one will be Mount Logan, Canada, I’ll leave on May 4th, I can't wait. After that I will go back home for a month and in July I will try to climb K2 for the second time. Last year I had to give up, the conditions weren't great and an expedition companion of mine was hit by an avalanche. K2 is dangerous, you know. There are fixed ropes, which make me feel safer, but the avalanche risk is always very high. If the conditions are not good even this time, I will try again next year, the most important thing is safety.
a unique or special thing, but a situation like another experienced by a person, regardless of gender. The thing that bothers me the most, however, is that during interviews the first thing I am usually asked is how I organize myself with the children and who will think about them while I am away, while no male climber is ever asked the same question.
worked in finance as an investment advisor: I went to work, I looked after my children, I was caught up in the flow of events. I was not unhappy, but not exactly happy: nothing particularly inspired me and I felt that I had to do something to unblock the situation. So I quit working, the investment company is still mine, but I don't work there anymore, and I moved to Park City, Utah, which is a more congenial place to be out in nature and was more or less in that moment I had the accident while I was driving my car. Before that I had always thought that I would have to wait until my children were grown up to dedicate myself to something that truly inspired me but then, from the moment of the accident onwards, something changed inside of me. I kept thinking about what my story would be if I died that day: I didn't want the story to be that of a person who had put her life on hold. So I started living life in the most lively and full way possible, also through setting myself important goals, such as wanting to climb the Seven Seconds Summit.
The first time I read an article about you the title said: "Mom of seven will try to conquer the Seven Summits". Now, if I had been a man probably no one would have written "Father of seven will try to conquer the Seven Summits". Absolutely not. This makes me angry, but at the same time I believe that telling my story can be helpful. Being a mother is a part of being a woman, but it is not the only one: this is why it is important to celebrate the other parts as much as motherhood. Being a mother is fantastic, but it's not the only thing that defines me, I'm not just a mother: I'm a friend, an explorer, a business woman. We are all made up of so many pieces that they all need to be valued equally.
Do you pass this passion on to your children? I think more than anything else that for them it is a good message that I pursue
I read that you approached mountaineering after an accident, what was your life like before? Quite typical to tell the truth: I
my goals and theirs theirs, a parallel effort, not in one sense only. I am focused both on them and on me. I think this was the starting point: allowing myself to have dreams and goals beyond being a mother. Then I am very lucky, I have a husband who supports me one hundred percent and we can count on a nanny, who lives with us. The funny thing is that I was her nanny when I was younger, and now she helps me with my kids. Training for the Seven Seconds is almost like a job, but it hardly takes me more than 4 or 5 hours a day, I take advantage of the moments when they are at school.
don't know how and when I will die, but the only thing I know is that if I do nothing, I will die slowly. So for me the fact that mountaineering is dangerous is not a valid reason not to do it, if that's what makes me feel good. If there is the risk of an avalanche I stop, but if the conditions to climb that summit are good I do not let that opportunity slipping away, because life is made up of this, seizing opportunities, taking risks, in a word: living. What has been the hardest peak so far? Dykh-Tau, that when the climatic conditions are good it is not that difficult in itself, but in bad weather it can become a nightmare: there are no fixed ropes, so you have to climb it in a rope team. When I did it, the route was extremely icy and the risk of avalanches was high so we had to walk along the ridge and be very careful. If I had fallen, or my guide had fallen, we would have fallen together until one of us was able to do stop us both. We were completely alone, there was no support structure and if something had happened to us, help would not have arrived so quickly.
Many of the peaks you’ve climbed and will climb are quite dangerous, what is your relationship with fear? I should have died in my car accident, but it didn’t happen. Doctors tried to reconstruct the dynamic 50 times and couldn't find a scenario where it was plausible that I would survive. A few days later a friend of mine slipped while hiking on a very simple route near her house, one of those you can do even with a stroller, hit her head and died. I
Giro dei Pellegrini A gravel bike trip TXT & PHOTOS DENIS PICCOLO
CYCLIST ELISA SISA VOT TERO WITH KOMOOT
CASTELLO DI RIVOLI TORINO
It’s 9:10 am and I’m already late even though I’m quite happy because I expected worse. Elisa Vottero, also known in the outdoor world as Sisa, beats me and I have to wait. I take this opportunity to enjoy the majestic Castle of Rivoli, our starting point (I would say not bad).
Who I’m cycling today with? Sisa is a ski instructor and coach and in 2018 she felt the need to find a new way to heal her body and mind and chose to do that on a bike. She felt the extreme need to carve out time for herself and to push her limits for hundreds of kilometers. And that's how she got on the saddle, accompanied by her Golden Retriever Brigitta, and rode from her hometown, Cesana Torinese, to Sicily. Since then, she has always managed to find time to dedicate to herself through travels throughout Europe, as happened last
year in Girona, a city where the gravel community is huge. All this, with a new activity that she opened in the middle of the pandemic: Il Filorosso bistro in Cesana (if you are in the area I recommend you to go visit it). Competitions, competitive spirit and uncomfortable bibs have given way to exploration, landscape, architecture, to fill the lungs with new life without any limits or stress. And why not be inspired by the stories of people passing by in the bistro, whether they are with skis on their backs or with a muddy gravel left leaning near the entrance. Sisa arrives on her Audi with her bike, we look for a typical
cafe nearby for a quick breakfast and we are ready to tackle a tour called Giro dei Pellegrini, not before taking a few shots in front of the Castle of Rivoli (yes, even a selfie). First of all, here’s a few info about the tour we’re going to face. It was born in the early 2000s on the initiative of Gianfranco Salotti, a collaborator of Pro Natura Torino, with the aim of recovering the pedestrian viability of the Morainic Hill. The route runs along the edge of the primitive postglacial lake that extended into the Lower Susa Valley below, a premise that makes the excursion even more fascinating.
We’re about to leave and, thanks to Komoot we are sure we won’t get lost. The night before, with extreme ease, we created our track and studied the route down to the smallest detail, including the types of roads and elevation profile. Finally, we downloaded the route to both Garmin and iPhone in offline mode for maximum reliability in navigation. We quickly leave Rivoli behind us to enter the wooded paths that will accompany us for most of the journey. We cycle for about 22km and then reach the historic center of Avigliana, but we are in no hurry. We enjoy
the cool breeze typical of May mornings in Piemont, the sun makes its way between the foliage to allow us to savor a magical climate and atmosphere. It might not seem like that, given Turin's reputation as a very grey city, but even these areas know how to be sunny. In this stretch, erratic boulders such as Grande Pera and Roca Sgaroira catch our attention, legends of the Morainic Hill tell that in ancient times Masche, more commonly known as witches, populated these areas gathering around these gigantic boulders. The feeling of having entered a magical place is
not all that unjustified then. After a few hours and a lot of talking, we are very close to the highest point of the first section. With a little tiredness, we arrive at the top of Col Buchet at 617m high. We stop to take a breath and enjoy the view in front of us: an incredible expanse of green, stained by the two lakes of Avigliana that dazzle us with the reflection of the warm late spring sun. Beyond the greenery, the huge mountain range stands out with a light sprinkle of snow on top, which shows that winter has come late this year, indeed perhaps it has not really arrived.
There is this widespread thought that we must necessarily leave and go far to discover something new, something that amazes us and opens our minds. When, in reality, it is enough just to change perspective, insert a different lens in the glasses to be overwhelmed by a new world.
Silence. We breathe deeply. The pure essence of life enters us in the form of oxygen, satisfaction and pleasure for the eyes. Scents envelop us, spring is in full power. This moment of contemplation does not last long, we have to leave otherwise we will end up having lunch in the early afternoon, with the risk of finding everything closed. We pass in front of the recently restored Pera Luvera pylon, and then descend towards the historic center of Avignana. We have a quick lunch in an old cafe, a good coffee and we set off to tackle the second part of the route. Already from afar I see
Avigliana’s lakes, Lago Grande and Lago Piccolo, and I am impatient to get closer. It's nice to be able to change scenery so often while cycling, I never know what to expect and I manage to be surprised at every handful of kilometers. We touch Lago Piccolo (the name means small lake and in fact it’s really small), which reflects the light of the sun giving us that impulse of energy useful to face the climb. We leave the aquatic element behind to get back in contact with the ground and the thousands of trees it welcomes, giving us a break from the heat. Soon we begin to climb again, we overcome Seja hill crossing kilometers and kilometers of woods, with erratic boulders that keep pace and attention high. As if by magic we pass from uncontami-
nated and silent nature to the urban context that leads us back to the Castle of Rivoli, our starting point, exactly 7 hours later. Tired, but full of life. Sounds nonsense? I know. Being able to be surprised by the places close to home is not so obvious. There is this widespread thought that we must necessarily leave and go far to discover something new, something that amazes us and opens our minds. When, in reality, it is enough just to change perspective, insert a different lens in the glasses to be overwhelmed by a new world.
"Denis, today without Komoot we would have got lost for sure hahaha" - SISA
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In the village tavern Jacqueline Fritz BY CHIARA GUGLIELMINA
PHOTOS LAURA SCHRÖDER
I met Jacqueline in the coolest place of Alagna, the one where you meet those who really go to the mountains. It was no accident. A few nights ago, in the boredom of yet another doomscrolling on Instagram, an elegant silhouette and the force of the words "Single Lines" stopped the compulsive movement of the thumb.
*doomsrolling is an English neologism that entered the Oxford Dictionary in 2020: the word indicates the tendency to obsessively search for bad news online, scrolling on the screen of our phone or on our tablet with the desire to stay updated on the dooms that happen in the world.
Single Lines is nothing more than a parenthesis within a broader vision. Her line, as it is right to define it, began in 2019, when with filmer and friend Laila Tkotz and the guide dog Loui, she crossed the Alps of Northern Italy to reach the foot of Monte Rosa, the slopes she has been dreaming about for a long time. How much power do we modern human beings give to our fingertips. By dint of clicking, scrolling, zooming in, tagging, posting and commenting, we will consume our fingerprints, losing our identity, becoming all the same. As I order my Leffe beer, I greet Jacqueline. While I smile at her, I imagine the man of the future. And while she, by human error, has one less leg, we, by human error, will have two more inches on each palm. To better scroll.
keeping a secret. I’m lost in her words. We talk for a long time, in my imperfect English, and I go home happier than when I got out.
35 years old, German mountaineer and climber. She lost her right leg at the age of 24 due to a trivial dance accident when she was just 14. Ten years of suffering and numerous failed surgeries have marked her, but she has not weakened. In the mountains she rediscovered her courage, regaining possession of her life, making up for the time lost in the slow footsteps of high altitude, in the silence of high bivouacs. Today she is an established athlete, climber of the German national para-climbing team. Jacqueline is sitting in front of me today, she’s wearing a brightly colored La Sportiva fleece, two crutches emerge proudly to the left of the coral red sleeve. German features but sweet, as if she hadn’t been eight years in hospital. Nordic but warm eyes, like those who know that in the mountains there is much more than cold and ice.
Meanwhile, it's raining outside, it's seven in the evening and the three motionless beers, half drunk, make me understand that I have interrupted an important conversation. Together with her, in addition to Loui's four legs, there are “Il Nik” and “Il Pier”, two friends. Both Mountain Guides of Monte Rosa, but if I presented them like this I would then have to say “Andrea Pierrettore” and “Nicola Degasperis” and they are not Andrea and Nicola for me, not only. I don't know how long Jacqueline has been going to the mountains with my friends, but she seems too intelligent to not have realized that she is in good hands. “Il Pier” has blue eyes, he’s tall and with messy hair and moves like someone who is smart and doesn't know it. “Il Nik”, small and snappy, has an everlasting smile as if he had some double-sided tape on the corners of his mouth. She strikes you as anyone who has known pain, she looks at me as if she has understood something that I do not know, as if she is
Single Lines’ premiere. 2019.
While talking, I realized that Single Lines is nothing more than a parenthesis within a broader vision. Her line, as it is right to define it, began in 2019, when with filmer and friend Laila Tkotz and the guide dog Loui, she crossed the Alps of Northern Italy to reach the foot of Monte Rosa, the slopes she has been dreaming about for a long time.
*important conversation: careful planning of the next mountain tours together.
*alagnotti: inhabitants of Alagna.
The city of Verbania, on the western shore of Lake Maggiore, was the starting point. From the 193 meters of the “garden on the lake” up to the 1554 of Capanna Margherita, the “Queen of Rosa”. Over there by the lake, where the air is softened by the mountains and by the hills that protect it from the freezing north winds, Jacqueline, Loui and Laila left alone: a tent, some food supplies and photographic equipment. An adventure on ancient desert routes, through the Val Grande National Park, has taken them from the gentle ordered hills to the overhanging and imposing verticalities of the Est del Rosa, under the Himalayan Wall. Where everything appears suspended. Long white flows slide on the dark rock where the relentless movement of huge ice flows become a single glacial tongue, the belvedere. The most fascinating glacier in the Alps, proud even if victim of a sudden retreat. Once they got down there, in Macugnaga, they waited for more than three weeks before stopping due to bad weather. I wonder if they enjoyed something on that immense wall, in the thick fog like cigar smoke.
those of Milan, made me stagger with emotion. The void doesn't catch you because of the solid beams, but the force of gravity still pulls you close. It’s called attraction for vertigo. It’s addictive. Which brings you back to the top. Every time. Like a junkie. I am happy that Jacqueline also took a look at that void. Not the first one for her, but I hope the most peaceful one. After a night in the Refuge, wrapped in felt blankets, the plan is to reach Punta Dufour, the highest peak in Monte Rosa, at 4634 meters high. Il Nik and Il Pier are the first to leave to fix the ropes in order to facilitate the climb in the most difficult passages. The departure is set at 6 in the morning but the weather does not seem favorable, fog is expected. After about four hours of travel the bad visibility forced the team to go back. They have turned their backs on the highest peak. Not so bad, that's not Jacqueline's goal. It shouldn't be for anyone, to be honest. Before leaving the thin air to go back to drinking beer in this village tavern, Jacqueline climbed Parrot, Balmenhorn and Zumstein, in addition to Punta Gnifetti, crowning the dream of climbing Monte Rosa.
Single Lines’ premiere. 2020.
*Let’s sort things out
The pandemic has changed everyone's plans. However, as long as the upheaval is limited to having to climb a mountain for another side, we can say we are lucky. On July 12, the team left Alagna again, at the foot of the south face this time, the wild one. At 2500 meters above sea level, always in the Spartan autonomy of a tent, they had their first taste of altitude. Higher up, at the 3647 meters high of Capanna Gnifetti, they met Il Nik and Il Pier with which, in the following days, it was possible to reach the highest refuge in Europe: Regina Margherita.
I'm wearing an old bald wool sweatshirt. When the conversations get thick, I have the habit of squeezing the flap of the sleeve between index and thumb until I discover the part of the arm that joins the elbows to the wrists. The part of the skin that remains uncovered, when Jacqueline talks about Single Lines, is filled with tiny, closely spaced reliefs, the sparse hairs rise as if at the beginning of a dance. Before telling further, let's sort things out. In 2019 she faced the first part of the crossing, she left from Verbania to reach Macugnaga where, due to bad weather, she was forced to stop. In 2020 starting from Alagna, together with Nik and Pier, she reached Punta Gnifetti tracing her wonderful line on Zumstein, Parrot, Balmenhorn and on other famous peaks of 4000 meters of the pink massif.
I certainly haven't seen everything there is to see. Certainly no one has seen everything there is to see. Certainly, among the things I was able to see, the view from the balcony of the black hut, hanging hovering above the heads of the men, from Alagna down above
*sorting things out: peaks climbed.
I have climbed my peak. My mountain. My dream."
We are still in the tavern, and while Il Pier is busy refilling the half-empty glasses with more beer, Jacqueline tells me about the days she spent in Andermatt, Switzerland. Those days are near, you can tell from her sun-scarred cheeks. From the still lively enthusiasm. I only discover afterwards that "Single Lines" is also the title of a "Film Project", as she calls it. Her idea was to cross Gotthard mountains on skis, but here I leave the floor to her: "It's a huge project for me because I learned to ski only two years ago. I've always ski toured going up groomed slopes or undemanding woods, never on Real Mountains.” I love the way she defines that boundary between the realm of the many and the one of the few, between low and high lands, I like her concept of "Real Mountain”. The project is really something big, not for the climbs themselves, not even for the descents (the most difficult part for her), but for the message it conveys.
I want to dedicate this to you, Jacqueline: "If they cut you into pieces, the wind would pick them up." FABRIZIO DE ANDRÉ
I’ve recently read some words about happiness. A consummate and now trivial concept for many. (Moreover, we should learn to recognize the power of trivial things.) Happiness consists in acceptance. Accepting life for what it is, turning misfortunes into occasions to thank. The author lost his young son, a twenty-one years old guy. He was angry, he didn't understand why life had reserved so much pain for him. Then the turning point, the inversion of the observation point. Why not be grateful for the twenty-one years spent together instead of raging on the loss? Life didn't take his happiness away, it gave him quality time with his beautiful son.
“I try to improve every day of my life, in all things. It seemed right to me, in winter, to take care of winter things. I want to know everything about snow, learn everything.”
I think it is far from simple to reach such an epiphany. But I know that Jacqueline, maybe even unconsciously, has done that. Instead of dwelling over the years "lost" in the hospital, over the trauma of loss, she has chosen to see the range of opportunities still to be seized.
This is the thing that most amazes me, her curiosity for the things of life. Typical fascination of a child who tries to discover the world. How nice it must be, to have the chance to relive that curiosity with the awareness of those who are not only an adult, but have fought hard to become one. Jacqueline does this, and she shows it. All the strength of those who, faced with an amputation, have been able to accept life in its fullness.
If I had known you before, Jacqueline, I would tell you that what you miss is not missing at all. That together wit your leg you have lost only a few bones and a few tendons, in short, some flesh. What you don't have anymore questions the concept of "indispensable". Everything is important, nothing and nobody fundamental. I wish you a long journey Jacqueline, on one, two, three or four lines. As you wish them to be as long as you go further, every time. As for myself, it is enough for me to have the strength to continue following you, even from a distance, but without letting you disappear behind the horizon. I want to keep seeing you. You and your movie.
"When I get into bed at night and look back at the day I’ve just lived, I am grateful and happy to have succeeded in my project. The important thing, for what I want to communicate, is to show the path I have traveled. Not the one to become the best one, or the fastest one, or to reach the highest peak. But to experience good times. Do not make the mistake of believing that this is little. The summit as an end in itself counts nothing.
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ITA BIKE SPORT ADVENTURE ITA RIDERS ACTION ITA SALEWA OUTLET ENNA ITA STILE LIBERO ITA BOULDER & CO SALEWA OUTLET PALMANOVA ITA ITA PEAK LAND ITA ALAGNA OUTDOOR ITA BASE CAMP ITA BORDINO FRANCO ITA KING BOARD SHOP ALBA ITA MOUNTAIN HOME ITA KING BOARDSHOP ITA SPORTLER ALBIGNASEGO ITA ARCO SPORT ITA KEVOLUTIONS ITA SPORTRAGE ITA C.ELLE SPORT ITA SPORT HUB ALMENNO ITA ACTIVITY PEOPLE ITA ALPSTATION ANDALO ITA FOTO SPORT BANAL ITA SPORTLAND ANTEGNATE ALPINE WORLD SHOP & GUIDES ITA ITA ALPSTATION AOSTA 2.0 ITA CLAUDESPORT ITA CRAZY BY VERTICAL ITA MEINARDI SPORT ITA SALEWA AOSTA ITA SWIT SHOP ITA GAL SPORT ITA JOE SPORT ITA EVIVA SPORT ITA LARINO ALBINO ITA ALPSTATION ARCO ITA ARCO CLIMBING ITA ART ROCK ITA CLIMBING VILLAGE ITA G ARCO ITA KARPOS STORE ARCO ITA LA SPORTIVA ARCO ITA OLIUNÌD ARCO ITA RED POINT 1 ITA RED POINT 2 ITA ROCK & ICE ARCO ITA SALEWA ARCO ITA VERTICAL WORLD SPORT ITA GOBBI SPORT ITA RED POINT 2 (MABB 90) ITA VERTICAL SPORT ARCO ITA THE NORTH FACE ARESE ITA ALPSTATION AREZZO ITA PRATI DEL VALLONE ITA BALLONI SPORT ITA CLIMBAP ITA EXUM ITA MASTER SPORT PESAVENTO MOUNTAIN STORE ITA ITA SPORTLAND ASOLA ITA UNY STORE ITA RRTREK GRAN SASSO ITA MATIS SPORT ITA ALPSTATION LAVAREDO ITA DEGNI SPORT ITA BSHOP AVIGLIANA ITA TREKKING SPORT ITA FINISH LINE ITA SALEWA OUTLET MANTOVA ITA AFFARI & SPORT BALLABIO ITA TONINO SPORT ITA CENTRO ROSSIGNOL ITA ZEROQUATTRO ITA CARAVELLA SCOUT ITA IMPACT SHOP ITA LA SORGENTE ITA MAROCCO SPORT ITA ALE’S SURF SHOP ITA ALPSTATION BASSANO ITA DF SPORT SPECIALIST ITA MAZZARONA SPORT ITA ROBI SPORT ITA SU E GIU' SPORT ITA B-STORE ITA CAI BERGAMO ITA GREAT ESCAPES BERGAMO ITA LANDI SPORTS ITA MARCO SPORT SERVICE DF SPORT SPECIALIST BEVERA ITA ITA BIBOSPORT BIELLA ITA FABBRICA SKI SISES BIELLA ITA FRANCO SPORT ITA IL GALLO ITA NUOVI ORIZZONTI BOLOGNA ITA PATAGONIA BOLOGNA ITA THE NORTH FACE BOLOGNA ITA VILLA 1928 ITA CMP BOLZANO ITA MONTURA BOLZANO ITA MOUNTAINSPIRIT ITA SALEWA WORLD BOLZANO ITA SPORTLER BOLZANO ITA THE NORTH FACE BOLZANO ITA CAVALLO CENTRO SPORT ITA MASSI SPORT ITA TEMPO LIBERO ITA FLOWER ITA CRAZY STORE BORMIO ITA MOUNTAIN & RUNNING ITA PATAGONIA BORMIO ITA SKI TRAB ITA CELSO SPORT SHOP ITA G2 SPORT ITA BLOCCO MENTALE ITA FRISCO SHOP ITA GIALDINI ITA MAD CLIMBERS PALESTRA ITA MINOIA STORE ITA ROMEO SPORT ITA ROSSIGNOL BRESCIA ITA SPORTLAND BRESCIA ITA KLEON SPORT ITA SPORTLER BRESSANONE ITA BERTHOD SPORT ITA MOUNTAIN SHOP CERVINIA ITA TOP ONE ITA UAINOT MOUNTAIN SHOP ITA ALPSTATION BRUNICO ITA OUTFIT SPORT MODE ITA PATAGONIA BRUNICO SPORT MODE SCHOENHUBER ITA ITA SPORTLER ALPIN BRUNICO ITA SPORTLER BRUNICO ITA THOMASER ITA ESSERRE ITA EMMECI BOARD & ACTION ITA STILE ALPINO ITA SPORTLER CALALZO ITA VERTICAL SPORT SARCHE ITA NENCINI SPORT ITA PROROCK MOUNTAIN STORE ITA BIG AIR ITA MOUNTAIN SHOP TUBRIS ITA AMPLATZ SPORT ITA DETOMAS SHOP ITA DROP LINE ITA RIGHTFEELING ITA SPORT AMPLATZ ITA NUOVA MIAR SPORT ITA PUNTO RUNNING ITA RADAELLI SPORT ITA BIG WALL ITA NUOVI ORIZZONTI CARPI ITA THE NORTH FACE CARUGATE UNDER ARMOUR CAROSELLO ITA ITA CAMPO BASE BERGAMO ITA MANCINI ITA MANCINI STORE ITA SPORTLAND
ADRANO AFFI AGIRA AGORDO AGRATE BRIANZA AIELLO DEL FRIULI ALA DI STURA ALAGNA VALSESIA ALAGNA VALSESIA ALBA ALBA ALBA ALBA ALBIGNASEGO ALESSANDRIA ALESSANDRIA ALESSANDRIA ALLEGHE ALMENNO SAN SALVATORE ANDALO ANDALO ANDALO ANTEGNATE AOSTA AOSTA AOSTA AOSTA AOSTA AOSTA AOSTA AOSTA AOSTA APPIANO APRICA ARCO ARCO ARCO ARCO ARCO ARCO ARCO ARCO ARCO ARCO ARCO ARCO ARCO ARCO ARCO ARCO ARESE AREZZO ARGENTERA ASCOLI PICENO ASCOLI PICENO ASCOLI PICENO ASCOLI PICENO ASIAGO ASOLA ASOLA ASSERGI ATINA AURONZO DI CADORE AVEZZANO AVIGLIANA AVIGLIANA BADIA POLESINE BAGNOLO SAN VITO BALLABIO BALME BARDONECCHIA BARDONECCHIA BARI BARI BARZIO BARZIO BASSANO DEL GRAPPA BASSANO DEL GRAPPA BELLINZAGO LOMBARDO BELLUNO BELLUNO BELVEDERE BERGAMO BERGAMO BERGAMO BERGAMO BERGAMO BEVERA DI SIRTORI BIELLA BIELLA BIELLA BOLOGNA BOLOGNA BOLOGNA BOLOGNA BOLOGNA BOLZANO BOLZANO BOLZANO BOLZANO BOLZANO BOLZANO BORGO SAN DALMAZZO BORGO SAN DALMAZZO BORGOSESIA BORGOSESIA BORMIO BORMIO BORMIO BORMIO BORMIO BRA BRESCIA BRESCIA BRESCIA BRESCIA BRESCIA BRESCIA BRESCIA BRESCIA BRESSANONE BRESSANONE BREUIL CERVINIA BREUIL CERVINIA BREUIL-CERVINIA BREUIL-CERVINIA BRUNICO BRUNICO BRUNICO BRUNICO BRUNICO BRUNICO BRUNICO BUSTO ARSIZIO CADREZZATE CAGLIARI CALALZO CALAVINO CALENZANO CAMAIORE CAMERANO CAMPO TURES CANAZEI CANAZEI CANAZEI CANAZEI CANAZEI CANELLI CANTÙ CANZO CARMAGNOLA CARPI CARUGATE CARUGATE CARVICO CASTEL DI SANGRO CASTEL DI SANGRO CASTEL GOFFREDO
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ALPSTATION BISMANTOVA CRAZY STORE CASTIONE OLGA SPORT LA SPORTIVA STORE CAVALESE LARCHER SPORT UN SESTO ACCA - 1/6H FREETIME MAXI SPORT CERNUSCO MAXI SPORT MERATE CERVINIA 2001 SPORTS CENTER TEAM ALTA QUOTA TORINO AREA 41 BASE CAMP SSD WHITE REEF PASSSPORT CESIOMAGGIORE DELFINO SPORT FRACHEY SPORT MARISPORT X-TREME ROUTE RAMEY 33 SKI SPORT HOUSE ZECCHIN SPORT SPORTLAND CHIARI L'ARTE DI SALIRE IN ALTO ASPORT’S MOUNTAIN CHIES MAIUK SPORT OLLIE RADICAL SPOT SALEWA SONDRIO JEANNOT SPORT GRIMPEUR CPR FREE SPORT MOLINARI SPORT ALCHYMYA ALPSTATION CLES MOUNTAIN SHOP CLES SALEWA CLES SPORT EVOLUTION LOVE BOARD LE PARADIS DES SPORTS CASEROTTI SPORT BETTINESCHI SPORT SPORT PESCOSTA SPORT POSCH PRANTNER SPORT LIFE MAURIZIO SPORT ASPORT’S MOUNTAIN VISONÀ SPORT SPORTMARKET CRAZY BOARD SNOWYSUMMIT DUE & DUE CORTINA FREERIDE HOUSE LA COOPERATIVA DI CORTINA MILLET SHOP MOROTTO SPORTS EQUIPMENT QUOTA 1224 THE NORTH FACE CORTINA BOARDERLINE CORTINA 360 LA SPORTIVA CORTINA PATAGONIA CORTINA ROCK & ICE CORTINA SALEWA CORTINA TECNICA OLYMPIA SPORT ALFREDO SPORT KOSTNER 360 SLIDE SHOP 4810 SPORT ARDI SPORT LA SPORTIVA COURMAYEUR LES PYRAMIDES NOLO COURMA SKI SHOP PATAGONIA COURMAYEUR POINT DU SPORT ULISSE SPORT OLIUNÌD VICENZA ALPSTATION CUNEO BIGUP CRAZY BY VERTICAL SALEWA CUNEO SNOWTIME THE NORTH FACE CUNEO VIALE CALZATURE WILD FREE NOCH SHOP FALETTI MOUNTAIN STORE DF SPORT SPECIALIST MOUNTAIN GARAGE OUTSIDER KRALER SPORT SALEWA DOBBIACO ALPSTATION BRIANZA GVM SHOP MOSONI SPORT POSSA SPORT RE-SKI SPORT EXTREME ERCOLE TONY SPORT MORGAN AIR OUTDOOR & TREKKING STORE HOLIDAY SPORT TWENTY FIVE SPIT SPORT OUTDOOR IL DADO BOULDER LINEA VERTICALE PENNENTE OUTDOOR ALPMANIA DEVA WALL ERREGI SPORT MOUNTAIN LAB CRAZY STORE FINALE LIGURE LA SPORTIVA FINALE LIGURE MONTURA FINALBORGO OLIUNÌD FINALE OUTPOST MONTAINEERING RIDE & RUN CRAZY STORE ROCKSTORE SALEWA FINALE LIGURE CLIMB DREAMSTORE NEVERLAND PESCI CAMPING STORE SPORT CLUB THE NORTH FACE FIRENZE OBIETTIVO MONTAGNA BALANTE SPORT QUERIO ERNESTO CAPO NORD GIMELLI 3.30 RUNNING STORE ROSSIGNOL FORMIGLIANA SNOWGANG FREES SPORT SPORTIFICATION SICCARDI SPORT SURF SHOP BOARDER KING SPORT MAX OTKBOARD ALL4CYCLING BM SPORT BONI SPORT BONI SPORT BOULDER FACTORY CENTRO CANOA HOBBY SPORT MOISMAN REPETTO SPORT SALEWA GENOVA SPINNAKER A&F COMPANY MONTAGNARD SPORT BIG STONE SONEGO RUNNING LIFE WIPE OUT SPORTWAY GRAVELLONA RICCARDO SPORT DAVID “3” SPORT BERGLAND SPORT-GESCHAFT SPORT-GESCHAFT 099 OUTDOOR PLANET RIDER KAFFEKLUBBEN SPORTLAND GUSSAGO MARESPORT QUIKSILVER STORE IMPERIA GRAZIA SPORT ISEO ALPSTATION ISERA ALTA QUOTA ISERNIA 38° PARALLELO SPORTING HOUSE MOUNTAINWORLD BLOCKLAND LELE SHOP SALEWA AQUILA TREKKING L’AQUILA ORNELLA SPORT SPORT 203
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CASTELNOVO NE’ MONTI CASTIONE ANDEVENNO CATANIA CAVALESE CAVARENO CAZZAGO CENCENIGHE AGORDINO CERNUSCO LOMBARDONE CERNUSCO LOMBARDONE CERVINIA CERVINIA CESANA TORINESE CESENA CESENA CESENA CESIOMAGGIORE CETO CHAMPOLUC CHAMPOLUC CHAMPOLUC CHÂTILLON CHIAMPO CHIARI CHIAVARI CHIES D'ALPAGO CHIESA VALMALENCO CHIETI CHIOGGIA CHIURO CHIUSA DI PESIO CIRIÈ CISANO SUL NEVA CIVEZZANO CLAUT CLES CLES CLES CLUSONE CODROIPO COGNE COGOLO COLERE COLFOSCO COLFOSCO IN BADIA COLLALBO COLOMBIERA MOLICCIARA CONDINO CORDENONS CORNEDO CORNUDA CORRIDONIA CORRIDONIA CORTINA D'AMPEZZO CORTINA D'AMPEZZO CORTINA D'AMPEZZO CORTINA D'AMPEZZO CORTINA D'AMPEZZO CORTINA D'AMPEZZO CORTINA D'AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORVARA IN BADIA CORVARA IN BADIA COTRONEI COURMAYEUR COURMAYEUR COURMAYEUR COURMAYEUR COURMAYEUR COURMAYEUR COURMAYEUR COURMAYEUR CREAZZO CUNEO CUNEO CUNEO CUNEO CUNEO CUNEO CUNEO CUNEO DARFO BOARIO DARFO BOARIO TERME DESENZANO DEL GARDA DESIO DIMARO FOLGARIDA DOBBIACO DOBBIACO DOLZAGO DOMODOSSOLA DOMODOSSOLA DOMODOSSOLA DOMODOSSOLA DOMODOSSOLA DUEVILLE ENTRACQUE EUPILIO FAENZA FALCADE FALZES FANO FELTRE FELTRE FERMO FERRARA FERRARA FERRARA FIDENZA FINALE LIGURE FINALE LIGURE FINALE LIGURE FINALE LIGURE FINALE LIGURE FINALE LIGURE FINALE LIGURE FINALE LIGURE FIRENZE FIRENZE FIRENZE FIRENZE FIRENZE FIRENZE FIRENZE FIUMALBO FOGLIZZO FORLÌ FORLÌ FORMIGINE FORMIGLIANA FORNO DI ZOLDO FOSSALTA DI PIAVE FOSSANO FRABOSA SOTTANA FRABOSA SOTTANA FRAZIONE DAOLASA COMMEZZADURA FROSSASCO GALGAGNANO GAZZADA SCHIANNO GENOVA GENOVA GENOVA GENOVA GENOVA GENOVA GENOVA GENOVA GENOVA GENOVA GIANICO GIAVENO GIULIANOVA GODEGA SANT'URBANO GRADISCA D’ISONZO GRADO GRAVELLONA TOCE GRESSAN GRESSONEY SAINT JEAN GRESSONEY-SAINT-JEAN GRESSONEY-SAINT-JEAN GRESSONEY-SAINT-JEAN GROSSETO GROSSETO GUASTALLA GUSSAGO IMPERIA IMPERIA ISEO ISERA ISERNIA IVREA IVREA L'AQUILA L’AQUILA L’AQUILA L’AQUILA L’AQUILA LA THUILE LA VALLE AGORDINA
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SPORT TONY IMPULS SPORT ADRI SPORT AFFARI & SPORT LECCO GREAT ESCAPES LECCO INUA SPIRIT SPORT HUB LECCO INUA SPIRIT MY WALL BRUMA ON THE BEACH EAST WIND BOTTERO SKI BOTTERO SKI WE RIDE ZONE DF SPORT SPECIALIST LISSONE MAXI SPORT LISSONE CENTRO HOBBY SPORT CRAZY STORE LIVIGNO I’M SPORT LAPPONIA MOUNTAIN PLANET MOUNTAIN RIDERS SIFED MTR LIVIGNO PUNTO SPORT SILENE SPORT SPORT EXTREME THE NORTH FACE LIVIGNO SPORT ADVENTURE ZINERMANN SPORTING HOASY NENCINI SPORT SALEWA OUTLET SCALO MILANO GRINGO SHOP SPORTLAND LONATO SALEWA LONGARONE SPORTLIFEE IL CAMPIONE LUCCA SPORT PROFESSIONAL PROSHOP VIVISPORT CRESPI SPORT SPORT MODE STEGER RABOGLIATTI SPORT OLIMPIONICO SPORT SPORT 3 TRE THE GARDEN ZEBRA SNOWBOARD SCHOOL DODI’S ON SIDE SPORT TENNE CINQUE TERRE TREKKING PEIRANO SPORT JANE SPORT SPORTIME MUD AND SNOW DALL’ORSO STORE BOARDRIDER QUIKSILVER PIPE PRO SHOP BREMA SPORT MEGA INTERSPORT MOUNTAIN STORE HARLEM MELEGNANO THE REVIVE CLUB FAKIE TECH SHOP HUTTER SPORT SPORTLER ALPIN MERANO SPORTLER MERANO MAXI SPORT MERATE SFIDA 2.0 NARDELLI SPORT SNOWBOARDMANIA ALPSTATION MILANO BURTON STORE MILAN CANADA GOOSE MILAN CARTON DAMENO SPORT DF SPORT SPECIALIST DON KENYA RUN FRISCO SHOP MILANO KIM FORNITURE SCOUT KOALA SPORT LA MONTAGNA SPORT MANGA CLIMBING MISSION OLIUNÌD MILANO LORETO PATAGONIA MILANO RUNAWAY SALEWA MILANO SAVE THE DUCK MILANO SAVE THE DUCK MILANO SEASE SPORTING SAN LORENZO THE NORTH FACE MILANO UNDER ARMOUR MILANO UNDER ARMOUR MILANO VERDE PISELLO VIBRAM MILANO WHY RUN PLEASURES RADICAL FREE SOLO EXTREME NUOVI ORIZZONTI MODENA THE NORTH FACE MODENA LIVIO SPORT SPORTMAN THIRD GENERATION HELLWEGER INTERSPORT SPORTLAND MONIGA PATAGONIA MONTEBELLUNA ROSSIGNOL MONTEBELLUNA SALEWA OUTLET MONTEBELLUNA VIBRAM MONTEBELLUNA ROCK & WALLS PURE NATURE WILD PROJECT THE CHANGE PATAGONIA MORBEGNO STILE ALPINO MORBEGNO WHATSALP SPORT HUB MORI MICARELLI STORE LAB8 ARBITER UNTERHOLZNER GRANDE GRIMPE PERICO SPORT ETNA WALL SERVOLARE 17 RUNWAY SPORT SPORT LAURIN ALBY SPORT CLINICA DELLO SPORT DF SPORT SPECIALIST OLGIATE DF SPORT SPECIALIST ORIO SALEWA ORIO CENTER THE NORTH FACE ORIO UNDER ARMOUR ORIO AL SERIO MAMMUT ORTISEI SPORT GARDENA SPORT SCHMALZ SPORTLAND ORZINUOVI FREE TIME STORE SPORTLAND OSPITALETTO BIG WALL ABBÀ INTERSPORT DECA SPORT HOBBIT SHOP LA COCCINELLA ACTIVE CREMA SPORT INTELLIGHENZIA PROJECT OLIUNÌD PADOVA SALEWA PADOVA SESTOGRADO SPORTLAND PALAZZOLO GENCHI SPORT PER CORRERE PELLISSIER SPORT PIRCHER GUENTHER 46° PARALLELO ALPSTATION PARMA ALTERNATIVE SHOP FREE SPORT MOVE MOUNTAIN LOVERS MOVE MOUNTAIN LOVERS PARMA SPORT SEVEN SUMMITS FERRARI SPORT SPORTWAY NOVARA OLIUNÌD MILANO MONDO VERTICALE SPAZIOUTDOOR PAPER SURF ALTA QUOTA PESCARA KING LINE MAKAI SURFSHOP STELLA ALPINA FRANCO SPORT RRTREK PESCASSEROLI DF SPORT SPECIALIST PIACENZA EIGHT SIX L'ALTROSPORT OUTLANDERS
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LA VILLA LANA LAVENO-MOMBELLO LECCO LECCO LECCO LECCO LEGNANO LEVATA LIDO DI TARQUINIA LIGNANO PINETA LIMONE PIEMONTE LIMONE PIEMONTE LIMONE PIEMONTE LIMONE PIEMONTE LISSONE LISSONE LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVORNO LIVORNO LOCATE DI TRIULZI LODI LONATO LONGARONE LOVER LUCCA LUCCA LUCCA LUINO LUTAGO MACUGNAGA MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MAGIONE MALÈ MALLES MANAROLA MANTA MANTOVA MANTOVA MARANO SUL PANARO MARGHERA MARIA DI PIETRASANTA MARINA DI RAVENNA MARTELLAGO MARTIGNACCO MATELICA MELEGNANO MEOLO MERANO MERANO MERANO MERANO MERATE MESENZANA MEZZOLOMBARDO MEZZOLOMBARDO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MILANO MIRANO MODENA MODENA MODENA MOENA MONDOVÌ MONDOVÌ MONGUELFO MONIGA MONTEBELLUNA MONTEBELLUNA MONTEBELLUNA MONTEBELLUNA MONTESACRO MONTESILVANO MONTESILVANO MORBEGNO MORBEGNO MORGEX MORI MUCCIA NAGO TORBOLE NAPOLI NATURNO NEMBRO NEMBRO NICOLOSI NICOLOSI NOICATTARO NOVA LEVANTE NOVALESA OCCHIEPPO INFERIORE OLGIATE OLONA ORIO AL SERIO ORIO AL SERIO ORIO AL SERIO ORIO AL SERIO ORTISEI ORTISEI ORTISEI ORZINUOVI OSIMO OSPITALETTO OSTERIA DEL GATTO FOSSATO DI VICO OULX OULX OVINDOLI OVINDOLI PADOVA PADOVA PADOVA PADOVA PADOVA PADOVA PALAZZOLO SULL’OGLIO PALERMO PALERMO PAQUIER PARCINES PARMA PARMA PARMA PARMA PARMA PARMA PARMA PAVULLO NEL FRIGNANO PERGINE VALSUGANA PERNATE PERO PERUGIA PERUGIA PESARO PESCARA PESCARA PESCARA PESCARA PESCASSEROLI PESCASSEROLI PIACENZA PIACENZA PIACENZA PIACENZA
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HOBBY SPORT SPORT IN MONTAGNA OUTDOOR LIFE TOMMY SPORT VERTICAL SPORT PIANETA SPORT ASPORTSTATION STIMM ZAMBERLAN ARIAPERTA M.C.RUNNING MIRAFIORI SPORT 2 ONBOARD EUROSPORT FINDY SHOP SPORT HUB PINZOLO SPORTLAND PISOGNE DREAMSTORE SELMI TECHNOSPORT VALLEE SPORT PEAK PERFORMANCE STORE AMORINI OUTDOOR SPORTWAY PONTE KAPPAEMME SPORT MOUNTAIN SHOP BERGAMO SPORTLER PORDENONE TOFFOLI SPORT BOARD ROOM MIVAL SPORT BUGS SHOPS LA SPORTIVA POZZA DI FASSA BLOSSOM SKI DEKA UPPER IL CAMPIONE PRATO RUNOUT 3RD GENERATION VIGLIETTI SPORT SALEWA PREDAZZO V10 OFFTRACK CENTER BERGFUCHS MORASSI ETTORE OUTDOOR & TREKKING STORE ROSSIGNOL UDINE REGGIO GAS A1 CLIMBING GINETTO SPORT SURF PARADISE MONTAGNA DIMENSIONE SALVATORI SPORT POLLO WINTER SPORT THE NORTH FACE RIMINI PERTINGER MOUNTAIN SICKS VERTICAL SPORT RIVAROLO VERTICAL SPORTSWEAR SPORT NATURA ALP3 MONTAGNA ALTA QUOTA ROMA CAMPO BASE ROMA CAMPO BASE ROMA CLIMBER STORE GEOSTA KAHUNA LBM SPORT MIZUNO ROMA MONTURA ROMA ONERACE OUTDOOR EXPERIENCE PATAGONIA ROMA ROCK IT ROSSIGNOL PARMA RRTREK ROMA STAR WALL THE NORTH FACE THE NORTH FACE ROMA THE NORTH FACE ROMA URBANSTAR WP OSTIENSE CITY BEACH OMNIA SPORT SPORTLAND RONCADELLE REKORD SHERPA ATLANTE MONTELLO FRONTSIDE BLOCK3 CABAS SPORT MAKALU' SPORT MONTURA ROVERETO 100 - ONE SPORTLIFEE SPORT JOCHER MACIACONI ANIMA SPORTIVA PIÙ SPORT ALPSTATION AOSTA MG MOUNTAIN CISALFA SPORT AOSTA PAPIN SPORT SPORT HOLZER LAGAZOI SPORT SPORT HUB CHIAVENNA MILESI SPORT SPORTLAND SAN LEONARDO GODI SPORT SPORTLER SAN MARTINO TURNOVER SPORT SAN MARTINO SPORT SLALOM SLALOM SPORT SNOWBOARD'S HOUSE PARETI WEGER UNICO SPORT ALPSTATION BRESCIA NEW VIAGGIANDO GIUGLAR LAB IS SPORT GI-SPORT KRATTER FAMA SPORT OLIVER SKI ALPSTATION SARZANA KAU KAU 3.30 RUNNING STORE FRESH FARM 3SIXTY BESSON SPORT FAURE SPORT GIUGGIA SPORT PATTY SPORT MOUNTAIN EXPERIENCE AREA51 CLIMBING CENTER SWITCH SHOP LORI SPORT ALPSTATION SCHIO MAX SPORT VALLI SPORT PIANETA CICLO ART CLIMB PALESTRA BRUNO SPORT ACTIV SPORT SPORT WALTER BOARD STYLE CABOT COVE OUTDOOR CAFÈ SALEWA OUTLET SERRAVALLE HOT ICE SNOWBOARD KINIGER SPORTMODE MAXI SPORT SESTO S.G. TABACCHERIA BIOLCHINI MARCELLIN SPORT PASSET SPORT SPORT LE TORRI SURF SHOPPE XL MOUNTAIN IL MARATONETA SPORT RONDIRO PASSSPORT SIGNORESSA SPORTLER CLIMBING CENTER SPORTLER TREVISO DF SPORT SPECIALIST SIRTORI ALTERNATIVA SPORT ALPIN SPORT MODE ALPIN SPORTS K&K SPORTS SALEWA OUTLET VERONA CENTRO SPORT FIORELLI SPORT SONDRIO TUTTOSPORT MAZZUCCHI SPORTLAND SONICO EDEN SPORT VI BLOCK CAMPO BASE SPILAMBERTO MAKE MERRY BERGER SCHUHE SPORTLAND STEZZANO ALPSTATION TARVISIO SPORTLER TAVAGNACCO ZANI SPORT BLU SURFER PIÙ SPORT IOCORRO!
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PIACENZA PIANCOGNO PIANELLA PIASCO PIETRAMURATA PIETRASANTA PIEVE D’ALPAGO PIEVE DI SOLIGO PIEVE DI TORREBELVICINO PINEROLO PINEROLO PINEROLO PINEROLO PINZOLO PINZOLO PINZOLO PISOGNE PISTOIA PISTOIA PLAN FELINAZ-FELINAZ PONT SAINT MARTIN PONTE DI LEGNO BS PONTE FELCINO PONTE NELLE ALPI PONTE SELVA DI PARRE PONTERANICA PORDENONE PORDENONE PORTO SAN GIORGIO POVE DEL GRAPPA POZZA DI FASSA POZZA DI FASSA PRATA CAMPORTACCIO PRATO PRATO PRATO PRATO NEVOSO PRATO NEVOSO PREDAZZO QUARTU SANT’ELENA RANICA RASEN-ANTHOLZ SÜDTIROL RAVASCLETTO RAVENNA REANA DEL ROJALE REGGIO EMILIA REGGIO EMILIA REGGIO EMILIA RICCIONE RIETI RIETI RIMINI RIMINI RIO DI PUSTERIA RIVAROLO CANAVESE RIVAROLO CANAVESE RIVAROLO CANAVESE ROCCA DI MEZZO ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMA ROMAGNANO SESIA RONCADELLE RONCHI DEI LEGIONARI RONCO BRIANTINO RORETO DI CHERASCO ROSETO DEGLI ABRUZZI ROVERETO ROVERETO ROVERETO ROVERETO ROVERETO RUFFRE' - MENDOLA S. ANDRA S. CRISTINA SACILE SACILE SAINT CHRISTOPHE SAINT CHRISTOPHE SAINT-CHRISTOPHE SAN CANDIDO SAN CANDIDO SAN CASSIANO SAN CASSIANO SAN GIOVANNI BIANCO SAN LEONARDO IN PASSIRIA SAN MARTINO BUON ALBERGO SAN MARTINO BUON ALBERGO SAN MARTINO BUON ALBERGO SAN MARTINO DI CASTROZZA SAN MARTINO DI CASTROZZA SAN MARTINO DI CASTROZZA SAN MARTINO DI CASTROZZA SAN PANCRAZIO SAN PAOLO SAN VENDEMIANO SAN ZENO NAVIGLIO SANSEPOLCRO SANT'AMBROGIO SANT’AGOSTINO SAPPADA SARONNO SARONNO SARZANA SARZANA SASSUOLO SASSUOLO SAUZE D’OULX SAUZE D’OULX SAUZE D’OULX SAVIGLIANO SAVIGLIANO SAVIGNANO SUL RUBICONE SCANDICCI SCANDICCI SCHIAVON SCHIO SCHIO SCHIO SCOPPITO SEDICO SELVA GARDENA SELVA VAL GARDENA SELVA VAL GARDENA SENAGO SENIGALLIA SERAVALLE SCRIVIA SERRA SAN QUIRICO SESTO SESTO SAN GIOVANNI SESTOLA SESTRIERE SESTRIERE SESTRIERE SESTRIERE SETTIMO VITTONE SIENA SIENA SIGNORESSA SILEA SILEA SIRTORI SISTIANA SIUSI SIUSI SIUSI SONA SONDRIO SONDRIO SONDRIO SONICO SORBOLO SPESSA SPILAMBERTO SPOLETO ST. NIKOLAUS STEZZANO TARVISIO TAVAGNACCO TEMÙ TERAMO TERAMO TERNI
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ITA VERTIGINI SPORT ITA MONTURA FIEMME ITA SPORT VENTURA ITA CRAZY STORE TIRANO ITA ANGELI SPORT ITA TECNICAL SKI ITA ALPSTATION TORINO ITA ASD BOULDER BAR ITA BSHOP BRACCINI ITA BSHOP RAVINA ITA BSIDE CLIMBING VILLAGE ITA CUORE DA SPORTIVO ITA FERRINO STORE TORINO ITA FRESH STORE ITA GRASSI SPORT TORINO ITA JOLLY SPORT ITA JOLLY SPORT ITA MIZUNO STORE ITA MONTURA TORINO ITA ORIZZONTI VERTICALI ITA ORIZZONTI VERTICALI ITA PASSION SPORT ITA PROMOSPORT ITA RONCO ALPINISMO ITA SALA SPORT ITA SALEWA TORINO ITA SASP PALESTRA CLIMBING ITA SCHENONE SPORT ITA STRIKE ITA THE NORTH FACE TORINO ITA JIMMY SURF SHOP ITA READY TO RUN ITA TEDDY PALOMINO ITA GULLIVER TORRE PELLICE ITA SPORTLER VICENZA ITA LEZARD ITA CATTI SPORT ITA PARISPORT IDRO ITA LA SPORTIVA TRENTO ITA MONTURA TRENTO ITA ROCK & ICE TRENTO ITA SHERPA3 PATAGONIA ITA SPORTLER ALPIN TRENTO ITA SPORTLER TRENTO ITA TECNOSCI ITA VERTICAL SPORT TRENTO ITA MAGNITUDO ITA LE BLOC SHOP ITA ALPSTATION TRIESTE ITA AVVENTURA DUE ITA SPORTLER TRIESTE ITA PURA VIDA ITA FIASCARIS ITA K2 SPORT ITA SPORT CENTER ITA FIORELLI SPORT VALMASINO ITA SPORT CORONES ITA LAYAK ITA SPORT MODE MARIA SALEWA OUTLET VALMONTONE ITA ITA UAINOT SNOWBOARD SHOP ITA BONNY MODULAR LAB ITA ZOO PARK ITA SKICENTER ITA SPORTANGEL ITA SKI KLINIK ITA RIDER SHOP ITA ROSSINI SPORT ITA LODO SPORT ITA VERNAZZA SPORT ITA CAMPO BASE VERONA ITA DETOUR ITA GENERATION ITA MONTURA VERONA ITA OLIUNÌD VERONA ITA ROSSIGNOL VERONA ITA SLIDE BY DETOUR ITA THE NORTH FACE VERONA ITA ORIZZONTI MONTAGNA ITA MARATONANDO ITA OLIUNÌD LDR PALESTRA ITA OLIUNÌD VICENZA CENTRO ITA PRO SPORT ITA SERGIO SPORT ITA GILIOLI SPORT ITA MONDO MONTAGNA ITA VERTICAL NO LIMIT ITA DHO SPORT ITA ROSSI ITA SPORTLAND VILLANUOVA ITA AFFARI & SPORT VILLASANTA ITA BAROLI SPORT ITA CALZATURE BAROLI ITA SPORTLAND TORINO ITA HERBERT PLANK SPORT ITA BRUMA STREET STYLE ITA LIQUIDO ITA RUNNER LA SPORTIVA ZIANO DI FIEMME ITA ITA TIRABOSCHI SPORT ITA CRAS ITA QUOTA 362 ITA TABIA SPORT AT MOREBOARDS ST. JOHANN AT ATOMIC AUSTRIA GMBH AT MOREBOARDS AMSTETTEN AT SALEWA STORE SALZBURG AT SPORTLER AT BLUE TOMATO BREGENZ AT MOREBOARDS DORNBIRN AT ORANGE CORNER E.U. AT ALTON PREMIUM STORE AT HOTZONE.TV AT ALPIN LOACKER AT BERGFUCHS AT BLUE TOMATO GRAZ BLUE TOMATO LOGISTIK GRAZ AT AT MOREBOARDS GRAZ AT ALPSTATION INNSBRUCK BLACK DIAMOND INNSBRUCK AT AT BLUE TOMATO INNSBRUCK AT BURTON STORE INNSBRUCK AT BURTON STORE INNSBRUCK AT DIE BOERSE AT MOREBOARDS INNSBRUCK MOREBOARDS INNSBRUCK DEZ AT AT PATAGONIA INNSBRUCK AT SPORTLER WITTING THE NORTH FACE INNSBRUCK AT AT XDOUBLE ROCKNROLL MOUNTAIN STORE AT AT BLUE TOMATO KLAGENFURT AT MOREBOARDS KLAGENFURT AT HIGH LIFE HANDELS AT MOREBOARDS KUFSTEIN AT SPORTLER AT MOREBOARDS LANDECK AT MOREBOARDS LEOBEN AT BERGSPORT AT BLUE TOMATO LIENZ AT ZIMML ALPINAUSSTATTER BASE CAMP THE ALPINE STORE AT BETABOARDS X PETER WAGNER AT AT MOREBOARDS LINZ AT LIVID SPORTS AT MOREBOARDS MAYRHOFEN AT MOREBOARDS STUBAI AT BLUE TOMATO AT BLUE TOMATO OBERTAUERN AT BURTON STORE PARNDORF AT SALEWA OUTLET PARNDORF AT BLUE TOMATO LINZ AT MOREBOARDS PASCHING AT BOARD.AT AT SALEWA STORE SAALFELDEN AT BLUE TOMATO SALZBURG BLUE TOMATO ONLINE STORE AT AT BLUE TOMATO SCHLADMING SALEWA STORE SCHLADMING AT AT BLUE TOMATO SCS AT BLUE TOMATO SEIERSBERG AT MOREBOARDS SEIERSBERG AT MOREBOARDS SÖLDEN AT SPORT4YOU AT PETE SPORT AT MOREBOARDS ST. PÖLTEN AT BERGWERK AT MOREBOARDS STEYR MOREBOARDS INNTALCENTER AT AT BLUE TOMATO VILLACH AT MOREBOARDS WELS AT BLUE TOMATO WIEN AT BLUE TOMATO WIEN AT FAME BOARDSHOP AT HANG LOOSE AT MOREBOARDS WIEN AT SALEWA STORE WIEN AT STEPPENWOLF AT MOREBOARDS WIENER AT BLUE TOMATO WÖRGL AT ONSIGHT BERGSPORT AT LA RESISTANCE CH SNOWLIMIT
TERNI TESERO TESERO TIRANO TOLMEZZO TOLMEZZO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORINO TORRE BOLDONE TORRE DEL LAGO TORRE PELLICE TORRI DI QUARTESOLO TRADATE TRAVERSETOLO TRE CAPITELLI TRENTO TRENTO TRENTO TRENTO TRENTO TRENTO TRENTO TRENTO TRENTO TREVISO TRIESTE TRIESTE TRIESTE TURANO UDINE UDINE VAL DI VIZZE VAL MASINO VALDAORA VALDRAGONE VALLES VALMONTONE VALTOURNENCHE VARESE VARESE VARNA VELLETRI VENASCA VERANO BRIANZA VERANO BRIANZA VERMIGLIO VERNAZZA VERONA VERONA VERONA VERONA VERONA VERONA VERONA VERONA VEZZA D’OGLIO VIAREGGIO VICENZA VICENZA VICENZA VICOFORTE VIGNOLA VIGNOLA VILLAIR VILLANOVA MONDOVI VILLANOVA MONDOVI VILLANUOVA SUL CLISI VILLASANTA VILLENEUVE VILLENEUVE VINOVO VIPITENO VITERBO VITERBO VITERBO ZIANO DI FIEMME ZOGNO ZOLA PREDOSA ZOLA PREDOSA ZOLDO ALTO ST JOHANN IM PONGAU ALTENMARKT AMSTETTEN BERGHEIM BEI SALZBURG BLUDENZ BREGENZ DORNBIRN ENNS FELDKIRCH GERLOS GÖTZIS GRAZ GRAZ GRAZ GRAZ INNSBRUCK INNSBRUCK INNSBRUCK INNSBRUCK INNSBRUCK INNSBRUCK INNSBRUCK INNSBRUCK INNSBRUCK INNSBRUCK INNSBRUCK INNSBRUCK KIRCHDORF IN TIROL KLAGENFURT KLAGENFURT KLAGENFURT AM WÖRTHERSEE KUFSTEIN KUFSTEIN LANDECK LEOBEN LIENZ LIENZ LIENZ LINZ LINZ LINZ LOFER MAYRHOFEN NEUSTIFT IM STUBAITAL OBERTAUERN OBERTAUERN PARNDORF PARNDORF PASCHING PASCHING SAALBACH SAALFELDEN SALZBURG SCHLADMING SCHLADMING SCHLADMING SCS VÖSENDORF SEIERSBERG SEIERSBERG-PIRKA SÖLDEN SÖLDEN ST. ANTON AM ARLBERG ST. PÖLTEN STEYR STEYR TELFS INNTALCENTER VILLACH WELS WIEN WIEN WIEN WIEN WIEN WIEN WIEN WIENER WÖRGL ZAMS ZELL AM SEE ANDERMATT
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CH AGANÉ CH BLUE TOMATO BASEL CH DOODAH BASEL CH TRANSA BASEL CH BLUE TOMATO BERN CH DOODAH BERN CH TRANSA BERN CH BÄCHLI BERGSPORT CH LONGBOARDER CH SURF MACHINE CH RADIX BURGDORF CH STILE ALPINO LUGANO CH BAECHLI CONTHEY CH PLANET ENDURANCE CH BURTON STORE FLIMS CH DOODAH GENÈVE CH TRANZPORT CH BACKDOOR CH TREELEE CH BOARDERWORLD CH BURTON LAUSANNE CH DOODAH LAUSANNE CH RADIX LIESTAL CH TRANSA LUCERNE DF SPORT SPECIALIST LUGANO CH CH BLUE TOMATO LUZERN CH DOODAH LUZERN CH MANLY CH SALEWA STORE PONTRESINA CH PURE SNOWBOARD CH WILD ONE CH STILE ALPINO SAMEDAN CH ELEMENT STORE CH BOOSPORT CH TRANSA ST. GALLEN CH PLAYGROUND IN PARADISE CH ONE 80 CH BACKSIDE CH MONTAIN-AIR CH VICTIM CIRCLE CH CLOUD 9 CH BLUE TOMATO WINTERTHUR CH BAYARD SPORT CH JULEN SPORT CH MILLET SHOP CH SALEWA STORE ZERMATT CH THE NORTH FACE ZERMATT CH DOODAH ZUG CH BURTON STORE ZURICH CH THE NORTH FACE ZURICH CH TRANSA ZURICH CH BLUE TOMATO ZÜRICH CH DOODAH ZÜRICH CH RADIX ZÜRICH CH BÄCHLI BERGSPORT DE PULSSCHLAG DE MOUNTAIN-SPORTS CONDITION STEIGENBERGER DE DE BERGSPORTHÜTTE DE SURF & SNOW CENTER DE STADT LAND FLUSS DE HILIGHT DE BERGSPORT GEISTALLER DE BLUE TOMATO BERLIN DE BLUE TOMATO SHOP ALEXA DE CAMP 4 DE DER BERG RUFT DE GLOBETROTTER BERLIN DE MONT K DE PATAGONIA BERLIN DE THE NORTH FACE BERLIN DE BOARD MONKEYS DE NO LIMIT DE UNTERWEGS BIELEFELD DE PLAN-B FUNSPORT DE BLUE TOMATO BONN DE GLOBETROTTER BONN DE UNTERWEGS BONN DE BLUE TOMATO BREMEN DE SURFSHOP CHARCHULLA DE UNTERWEGS BREMEN DE UNTERWEGS CELLE DE BIKER BOARDER DE EASTSIDE / FUN SPORT DE DER SKANDINAVIER DE RAILSLIDE DE BRETTLLADEN DE GLOBETROTTER DRESDEN DE UNTERWEGS DUISBURG GLOBETROTTER DÜSSELDORF DE DE SACK & PACK DE THE BOARDER SHOP DE WAREHOUSE ONE X RENE REINDL DE UNTERWEGS ERFURT DE FREILAUF DE BLUE TOMATO ESSEN DE BERGSPORT MÜHLBAUER DE UNTERWEGS FLENSBURG DE RAILSLIDE DE GLOBETROTTER FRANKFURT DE BLUE TOMATO FREIBURG DE SALEWA STORE FREIBURG DE SPORT KIEFER DE DOOROUT.COM DE NORDWAND SPORTS DE ALPINSPORT BASIS DE BERGSPORT WN ALPIN DE EDGE 2 EDGE DE SPORT CONRAD GARMISCH DE SPORT & TREND DE BERGZEIT DE DAILY MILK! DE SPIN LOOP DE BLUE TOMATO HAMBURG DE FREERIDER SHOP DE GLOBETROTTER HAMBURG DE GLOBETROTTER HAMBURG DE UNTERWEGS HAMM DE BRETTWERK DE BLUE TOMATO HANNOVER DE BSZ BERGSPORTZENTRALE SPORT KAUFMANN HANNOVER DE DE POWSTORE DE NUBUK SPORTS DE ADVENTURE COMPANY DE BERGZEIT DE UNTERWEGS HÖXTER DE UNTERWEGS JEVER BASISLAGER SPORT HANDELS DE DE BLUE TOMATO KARLSRUHE DE SCENIC SPORTS DE BERGSPORT MAXI DE SURFLINE KIEL DE UNTERWEGS KIEL DE BLUE TOMATO KÖLN GLOBETROTTER AUSRÜSTUNG DE DE GLOBETROTTER KÖLN DE PLANET SPORTS KÖLN DE SPORT GRUNER DE ALPINSPORTZENTRALE DE ALPEN STRAND DE THE NORTH FACE LEIPZIG DE UNTERWEGS LEIPZIG DE BIWAK DE EISELIN SPORT DE FOLLOW ME STORE DE ALPIN OUTDOOR LADEN DE GOOD QUESTION DE S'BRETT DE OUTDOORTRENDS DE MAGIC MOUNT DE BLUE TOMATO MÜNCHEN DE GLOBETROTTER MÜNCHEN DE GOLDWIN DE PATAGONIA MÜNCHEN DE PLANET SPORTS MÜNCHEN DE QUIKSILVER MUNICH DE RUMRICH STONE PROJECTS DE SANTO LOCO DE SCHUSTER SPORTHAUS DE BURTON STORE MUNICH DE DERU DE THE NORTH FACE MUNICH DE BLUE TOMATO MÜNSTER DE UNTERWEGS MÜNSTER DE WESTSIDE DE SPORT CONRAD MURNAU DE PANORMA BOARDS DE TRAVEL & TREK BASTIAN DE BLUE TOMATO OBERHAUSEN SALEWA STORE OBERSTDORF DE DE BOARDBANDITS DE UNTERWEGS OLDENBURG DE DER OUTDOORLADEN DE MISTERSKI DE BLUE TOMATO SHOP PASSAU DE SPORT CONRAD PENZBERG DE POWDER FORCE DE GIPFELSTÜRMER DE ADRENALIN DE BLUE TOMATO REGENSBRUG SALEWA STORE REGENSBURG DE DE BLUE TOMATO ROSENHEIM
ARBEDO-CASTIONE BASEL BASEL BASEL BERN BERN BERN BERN-BREITENRAIN BIEL/BIENNE BULLE BURGDORF CANOBBIO CONTHEY ECUBLENS FLIMS GENÈVE GENÈVE GRINDELWALD HOCHDORF LAAX LAUSANNE LAUSANNE LIESTAL LUCERNE LUGANO LUZERN LUZERN MORGES PONTRESINA SAANEN SAAS-FEE SAMEDAN SCUOL SIERRE ST. GALLEN ST. MORITZ STUDEN VERBIER VERBIER WERDENBERG WINTERTHUR WINTERTHUR ZERMATT ZERMATT ZERMATT ZERMATT ZERMATT ZUG ZURICH ZURICH ZURICH ZÜRICH ZÜRICH ZÜRICH ZURICH-OERLIKON AACHEN ANSBACH ASCHAU AUGSBURG AUGSBURG BAD TÖLZ BALINGEN BERCHTESGADEN BERLIN BERLIN BERLIN BERLIN BERLIN BERLIN BERLIN BERLIN BIELEFELD BIELEFELD BIELEFELD BOCHUM BONN BONN BONN BREMEN BREMEN BREMEN CELLE CHEMNITZ CHEMNITZ COBURG DARMSTADT DRESDEN DRESDEN DUISBURG DÜSSELDORF DÜSSELDORF DÜSSELDORF DÜSSELDORF ERFURT ERLANGEN ESSEN FELDKIRCHEN WESTERHAM FLENSBURG FRANKFURT FRANKFURT AM MAIN FREIBURG FREIBURG FREIBURG FULDA FÜSSEN GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN GILCHING GMUND-MOOSRAIN GÖRLITZ GÖTTINGEN HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMM HANAU HANNOVER HANNOVER HANNOVER HASLACH IM KINZIGTAL HEIDENHEIM HEILBRONN HOLZKIRCHEN / GROSSHARTPENNING HÖXTER JEVER KARLSRUHE KARLSRUHE KAUFBEUREN KEMPTEN KIEL KIEL KÖLN KÖLN KÖLN KÖLN KONSTANZ LANDSBERG AM LECH LANDSHUT LEIPZIG LEIPZIG LIMBURG LÖRRACH LÖRRACH MAINZ MAINZ MANNHEIM MARKTOBERDORF MENDEN MÜNCHEN MÜNCHEN MÜNCHEN MÜNCHEN MÜNCHEN MÜNCHEN MÜNCHEN MÜNCHEN MÜNCHEN MUNICH MUNICH MUNICH MÜNSTER MÜNSTER MÜNSTER MURNAU NEU-ISENBURG NÜRNBERG OBERHAUSEN OBERSTDORF OBERWIESENTHAL OLDENBURG PADERBORN PADERBORN PASSAU PENZBERG PFORZHEIM RAVENSBURG REGENSBURG REGENSBURG REGENSBURG ROSENHEIM
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DE MONTAGNE-SPORT DE WIND DE BALANCE DE SKATEDELUXE DE RIDERS HEAVEN DE BERGWERKER STUTTGART DE BLUE TOMATO SHOP DE GLOBETROTTER STUTTGART DE UNFAMILIAR DE GLOBETROTTER HARZ DE SCHNEIDER RAD+SPORT DE BLUE TOMATO SHOP TRIER DE VIKING ADVENTURES DE BIWAKSCHACHTEL DE FIFTY-EIGHT DE GLOBETROTTER ULM DE UNTERWEGS WESEL SPORT CONRAD WIELENBACH DE UNTERWEGS WILHELMSHAVEN DE DE LIFTSTATION SALEWA OUTLET ZWEIBRÜCKEN DE DE ENDLESS WINTER DK EVENTYRSPORT DK NATURLIGVIS OUTDOOR DK OUTDOOR XPERTEN FI BURTON STORE HELSINKI FI SCANDINAVIAN HELSINKI FI PARTIOAITTA LAHTI FI PARTIOAITTA ROVANIEMI FI SCANDINAVIAN VANTAA FR AU VIEUX CAMPEUR FR MILLET SHOP ALPE D'HUEZ FR BURTON ANNECY FR PICTURE FR QUIKSILVER ANNECY FR RIP CURL ANNECY FR SNOWLEADER ANNECY FR THE NORTH FACE ANNECY FR CHULLANKA ANTIBES FR GLISSE FR BURTON AVORIAZ FR MILLET SHOP BASTIA FR PEYTAVIN SPORT FR QUIKSILVER BIARRITZ FR SPORTS AVENTURE FR SPORTS AVENTURE FR WOOD BOARD FR LABO SHOP FR BOARDRIDERS CAPBRETON AU VIEUX CAMPEUR CHAMBÉRY FR FR EKOSPORT FR BOARDRIDERS CHAMONIX FR ZERO G FR ARC’TERYX CHAMONIX FR HAGLOFS CHAMONIX FR MILLET SHOP CHAMONIX FR SNELL SPORTS FR SNOWLEADER CHAMONIX FR THE NORTH FACE CHAMONIX FR PATAGONIA CHAMONIX COQUOZ SPORTS / SALOMON FR FR D'AVENTURE EN AVENTURE FR BOARDRIDERS PAMPLONA FR MILLET SHOP COURCHEVEL FR MILLET SHOP DIJON FR ENDURANCE SHOP EPINAL FR S'CAPE FONTAINEBLEAU FR ESPACE MONTAGNE FR APPROACH GAP FR ALTITUDE SPORT OUTDOOR AU VIEUX CAMPEUR GRENOBLE FR FR MERCI DISTILLERY FR MERCYDISTILLERY FR QUIKSILVER HOSSEGOR FR RIP CURL ALPE D’HUEZ FR L’IMPREVU SNOW SHOP FR MILLET SHOP LA CLUSAZ FR MONTAZ FR MONTAZ FR GRAND CENTRAL FR AU VIEUX CAMPEUR LABÈGE FR ESPACE GLISSE FR BOARDRIDERS ANGLET FR ESPACE MONTAGNE FR ATELIER DU SNOWBOARD FR SUPER WHITE FR MILLET SHOP LES ARCS MILLET SHOP LES DEUX ALPES FR FR ADDICTED FR AU VIEUX CAMPEUR LYON FR MILLET SHOP LYON FR SNOWLEADER LYON FR THE NORTH FACE LYON AU VIEUX CAMPEUR MARSEILLE FR FR CAP RUNNING FR MASSILIA FR AVALON RIDER FR MILLET SHOP MERIBEL FR CHULLANKA MERIGNAC FR GLISSE PROSHOP FR PASSION SNOW FR SLOPE STYLE FR CHULLANKA METZ FR THE NORTH FACE NANTES FR ALTICOOP FR QUAI 34 FR AU VIEUX CAMPEUR PARIS FR HAWAII SURF FR MILLET SHOP PARIS FR THE NORTH FACE PARIS THE NORTH FACE PARIS OPERA FR FR THE NORTH FACE PARIS FR URBAN SURFER PARIS SPORT MONTAGNE PERPIGNAN FR FR ENDURANCE FR ESPACE MONTAGNE FR LA LUGE FR AU VIEUX CAMPEUR FR BERNINA SPORT COLMAR FR MILLET SHOP SAINT LARY FR BOARDRIDERS FR MILLET SHOP NICE FR AU VIEUX CAMPEUR FR SLIDE BOX FR THE NORTH FACE FR TURBULENCES FR AU VIEUX CAMPEUR THONON FR BLACK CATS FR CHULLANKA TOULOUSE FR RIP CURL TOULOUSE FR MILLET SHOP VAL D'ISÈRE FR MILLET SHOP VAL THORENS FR TERRE DE MONTAGNE NL DOWNTOWN NL BEVER ALMERE NL BEVER AMERSFOORT NL BEHIND THE PINES NL BEHIND THE PINES NL BEVER AMSTERDAM NL BEVER AMSTERDAM NL CARL DENIG NL KATHMANDU AMSTERDAM NL MONK AMSTERDAM THE NORTH FACE AMSTERDAM NL NL BEVER APELDOORN NL BEVER ARNHEM NL BEVER ASSEN NL MK SKISERVICE NL BEVER BREDA NL BEVER DEN HAAG NL BEVER DEN HAAG NL HUNA OUTDOOR SHOP NL BEVER DEVENTER NL BURNSIDE NL BEVER DOETINCHEM NL BEVER EINDHOVEN NL MONK EINDHOVEN NL BEVER ENSCHEDE NL RENÉ VOS OUTDOOR NL BEVER GRONINGEN NL CAER BOARDSPORTS NL SOELLAART NL REVERT 95 NL BAUM SPORT NL BEVER HENGELO NL BEVER HILVERSUM NL BEVER HOUTEN NL THE TUBE NL BEVER NIJMEGEN NL FREESTYLE SPORT NL OUTDOOR & TRAVEL NL BEVER ROTTERDAM NL MOUNT RUCPHEN NL BEVER S-HERTOGENBOSCH NL BEVER STEENWIJK NL MOUNT TERNEUZEN NL SNOWCOUNTRY NL BEVER TILBURG NL BEVER UTRECHT NL KATHMANDU UTRECHT NL THE NORTH FACE UTRECHT NL VAN BELLEN SURF SNOW NL ZWERFKEI OUTDOOR
ROSENHEIM SAARBRÜCKEN SAARLOUIS SCHIMBERG SONTHOFEN STUTTGART STUTTGART STUTTGART STUTTGART TORFHAUS (HARZ) TRAUNSTEIN TRIER TRIER TÜBINGEN ULM ULM WESEL WIELENBACH WILHELMSHAVEN WINTERBERG ZWEIBRÜCKEN ZWICKAU AARHUS FREDERIKSBERG HOLSTEBRO HELSINKI HELSINKI LATHI ROVANIEMI VANTAA ALBERTVILLE ALPES D'HUEZ ANNECY ANNECY ANNECY ANNECY ANNECY ANNECY ANTIBES AUBIERE AVORIAZ BASTIA BAYONNE BIARRITZ BORDEAUX BORDEAUX BOURG LES VALENCE BOURG SAINT MAURICE CAPBRETON CHAMBÉRY CHAMBÉRY CHAMONIX CHAMONIX CHAMONIX MONT BLANC CHAMONIX MONT BLANC CHAMONIX MONT BLANC CHAMONIX MONT BLANC CHAMONIX MONT BLANC CHAMONIX MONT BLANC CHAMONIX MONT BLANC CHAMONIX MT-BLANC CLERMONT FERRAND CORDOVILLA - PAMPLONA COURCHEVEL DIJON EPINAL FONTAINEBLEAU FRANCHEVILLE GAP GERARDMER GRENOBLE GRENOBLE GRENOBLE HOSSEGOR HUEZ ISOLA 2000 LA CLUSAZ LA RAVOIR LA RAVOIRE LA VALETTE DU VARS LABÈGE LABENNE LAPORTE ANGLET LE GRAND EPAGNY LES 2 ALPES LES 2 ALPES LES ARCS 1800 LES DEUX ALPES LYON LYON LYON LYON LYON MARSEILLE MARSEILLE MARSEILLE MERIBEL MERIBEL MERIGNAC MONTPELLIER MORIÈRES LES AVIGNON MORZINE MOULINS LES METZ NANTES NICE NICE PARIS PARIS PARIS PARIS PARIS PARIS PARIS PERPIGNAN RODEZ SAINT MARTIN D'HERES SAINT-BON-TARENTAISE SALLANCHES SELESTAT ST LARY SOULAN ST. JEAN DE LUZ ST. LAURENT DU VAR STRASBOURG STRASBOURG STRASBOURG TARBES THONON LES BAINS TIGNES TOULOUSE TOULOUSE VAL D'ISÈRE VAL THORENS VILLE LA GRAND ’S-HERTOGENBOSH ALMERE AMERSFOORT AMSTERDAM AMSTERDAM AMSTERDAM AMSTERDAM AMSTERDAM AMSTERDAM AMSTERDAM AMSTERDAM APELDOORN ARNHEM ASSEN BILTHOVEN BREDA DEN HAAG DEN HAAG DEN HAAG DEVENTER DEVENTER DOETINCHEM EINDHOVEN EINDHOVEN ENSCHEDE GORSSEL GRONINGEN GRONINGEN HAARLEM HARLEM HENGELO HENGELO HILVERSUM HOUTEN MIDDELBURG NIJMEGEN ROOSENDAAL ROOSENDAAL ROTTERDAM RUCPHEN S-HERTOGENBOSCH STEENWIJK TERNEUZEN TERSCHUUR TILBURG UTRECHT UTRECHT UTRECHT WILLEMSTAD WOERDEN
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ARIA RETREAT & SPA PARCO SAN MARCO QC TERME PRÉ SAINT DIDIER ALAGNA MOUNTAIN RESORT ALPINA DOLOMITES HOTEL GOLDKNOPF HOTEL ROSA ECO ALPINE HOTEL SALTRIA HOTEL STEGER DELLAI ICARO HOTEL PAULA WIESINGER SEISER ALM URTHALER SPORTHOTEL FLORALPINA SPORTHOTEL SONNE TIRLER DOLOMITES LIVING ADLER HOTEL WELLNESS&SPA CAVALLINO LOVELY HOTEL CORONA DOLOMITES HOTEL DOLCE AVITA HOTEL FAMILY HOTEL SERENA HOTEL AMBIEZ HOTEL GARNÌ LA ROCCIA PARK HOTEL SPORT PICCOLO HOTEL SUITE RESORT PIZ GALIN GRAND HOTEL SASSDEI SUITE HOTEL DUCA D'AOSTA HOTEL OMANA HOTEL CRISTALLO CLUB HOTEL AMBROSINI HOTEL ARISCH RESIDENCE HOTEL SERENELLA HOTEL EVALDO RESIDENCE ASPEN SPORTHOTEL ARABBA ALBERGO AL SOLE CASA BEMBO COUNTRY HOUSE BARONE HOTEL VILLA CIPRIANI VILLA IL GALERO RESIDENCE AL LAGO HOTEL CÀ FIORE HOTEL RIVÈ SAVOIA MOUNTAIN RESORT GRAND HOTEL DINO HOTEL ROSA GRAND HOTEL VILLA HOTEL BELVEDERE SUITES HOTEL ASTOR BOGEN BISTRO & APARTMENTS CASTEL HÖRTENBERG GOLDENSTERN TOWNHOUSE HOTEL GREIF HOTEL SCALA STIEGL PARKHOTEL LAURIN PARKHOTEL MONDSCHEIN STADT HOTEL CITTÀ EDEN HOTEL HOTEL ALÙ MOUNTAIN DESIGN HOTEL BAITA CLEMENTI HOTEL BAITA DEI PINI HOTEL CRISTALLO HOTEL SAN LORENZO HOTEL SANTANTON MIRAMONTI PARK HOTEL PALACE HOTEL WELLNESS SOTTOVENTO LUXURY DOMINIK ALPINE CITY HOTEL ELEPHANT HOTEL GOLDENER ADLER HOTEL GOLDENES ROESSL HOTEL GRÜNER BAUM HOTEL PUPP B&B KRONE EAT DRINK STAY ART HOTEL GRIVOLA BERGMAN MOUNTAIN HOTEL EXCELSIOR PLANET GRAND HOTEL CERVINO HOTEL BUCANEVE HOTEL EUROPA HOTEL HERMITAGE HOTEL PUNTA MAQUIGNAZ LES NEIGES D’ANTAN SERTORELLI SPORTHOTEL WHITE ANGEL HOTEL HOTEL ANDREAS HOFER HOTEL PETRUS HOTEL POST ALPINE CITYFLAIR HOTEL RESTAURANT MAJESTIC HOTEL & SPA CROCE BIANCA LEISURE
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CIMA DI PORLEZZA CIMA DI PORLEZZA PRÉ SAINT DIDIER ALAGNA VALSESIA ALPE DI SIUSI ALPE DI SIUSI ALPE DI SIUSI ALPE DI SIUSI ALPE DI SIUSI ALPE DI SIUSI ALPE DI SIUSI ALPE DI SIUSI ALPE DI SIUSI ALPE DI SIUSI ALPE DI SIUSI ANDALO ANDALO ANDALO ANDALO ANDALO ANDALO ANDALO ANDALO ANDALO ANDALO ANDALO AOSTA AOSTA APRICA APRICA APRICA APRICA ARABBA ARABBA ARABBA ASOLO ASOLO ASOLO ASOLO ASOLO AURONZO DI CADORE BARDONECCHIA BARDONECCHIA BARDONECCHIA BAVENO BAVENO BELLAGIO BELLAGIO BELLUNO BOLZANO BOLZANO BOLZANO BOLZANO BOLZANO BOLZANO BOLZANO BOLZANO BORMIO BORMIO BORMIO BORMIO BORMIO BORMIO BORMIO BORMIO BORMIO BORMIO BRESSANONE BRESSANONE BRESSANONE BRESSANONE BRESSANONE BRESSANONE BRESSANONE BREUIL-CERVINIA BREUIL-CERVINIA BREUIL-CERVINIA BREUIL-CERVINIA BREUIL-CERVINIA BREUIL-CERVINIA BREUIL-CERVINIA BREUIL-CERVINIA BREUIL-CERVINIA BREUIL-CERVINIA BREUIL-CERVINIA BRUNICO BRUNICO BRUNICO BRUNICO BRUNICO CANAZEI
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ITA HOTEL ASTORIA ITA HOTEL B&B ANDREAS ITA HOTEL CESA TYROL ITA HOTEL DOLOMITI SCHLOSS ITA HOTEL LA PERLA ITA HOTEL PAREDA ITA LOCANDA DEGLI ARTISTI ITA HOTEL CANNERO ITA HOTEL CANNOBIO ITA PARK HOTEL ITALIA ITA ABINEA DOLOMITI ITA ALPIN BOUTIQUE ITA AURA CHALETS BRUNELLE SEISER ALM LODGE ITA ITA HOTEL CASTEL OSWALD ITA HOTEL CHALET TIANES ITA HOTEL LAMM ITA HOTEL MADONNA ITA HOTEL ROSSLAUFHOF ITA HOTEL VILLA KASTELRUTH ITA SCHGAGULER HOTEL ITA SONUS ALPIS ITA HOTEL BELLAVISTA ITA HOTEL EXCELSIOR ITA HOTEL GARNÌ LAURINO ITA HOTEL LA STUA ITA HOTEL ORSO GRIGIO ITA HOTEL RELAIS GRÜNWALD LA ROCCIA WELLNESS HOTEL ITA ITA PARK HOTEL BELLACOSTA ITA HOTEL EDELWEISS&SPA ITA AU CHARMANT PETIT LAC ITA BREITHORN HOTEL ITA CAMPZERO ACTIVE ITA HOTEL LA ROUJA HOTEL RELAIS DES GLACIERS ITA HOTELLERIE DE MASCOGNAZ ITA ITA LE ROCHER HOTEL ITA AGRITURISMO BIO CA' ITA HOTEL BES&SPA ITA BELLEVUE HOTEL&SPA ITA HOTEL SANT’ORSO RESIDENCE RAINBOW HOLIDAY ITA ITA BEST WESTERN HOTEL HOTEL CITTA' DI CONEGLIANO ITA ITA RELAIS LE BETULLE ITA HOTEL VILLA BLU ITA AMBRA CORTINA ITA CAMINA SUITE AND SPA ITA CRISTALLO A LUXURY ITA FALORIA MOUNTAIN ITA FRANCESCHI PARK HOTEL ITA GRAND HOTEL SAVOIA ITA HOTEL ALASKA CORTINA HOTEL BELLEVUE SUITES&SPA ITA ITA HOTEL CORTINA ITA HOTEL CRISTALLINO ITA HOTEL DE LA POSTE ITA HOTEL DE LEN ITA HOTEL EUROPA ITA HOTEL LAJADIRA&SPA ITA HOTEL MAJONI ITA HOTEL MIRAGE ITA MIRAMONTI MAJESTIC ITA PARC HOTEL VICTORIA RADISSON RESIDENCES SAVOIA ITA ITA ROSAPETRA SPA RESORT ITA CHALET CORVARA HOTEL ARKADIA “ADULTS ONLY" ITA ITA HOTEL COL ALTO ITA HOTEL LA PERLA ITA HOTEL MARMOLADA HOTEL MIRAMONTI CORVARA ITA ITA HOTEL SASSONGHER ITA SPORTHOTEL PANORAMA ITA TH CORVARA GREIF HOTEL ITA CRESTA ET DUC HOTEL ITA GRAN BAITA GRAND HOTEL COURMAYEUR ITA GRAND HOTEL ROYAL E GOLF ITA ITA HOTEL CHALET SVIZZERO ITA HOTEL LES JUMEAUX ITA HOTEL LO SCOIATTOLO ITA HOTEL PAVILLON ITA IH HOTELS COURMAYEUR ITA LE MASSIF HOTEL & LODGE ITA VILLA NOVECENTO ITA BHAVANTÙ ITA HOTEL DESENZANO ITA HOTEL ESTÉE ITA HOTEL MAYER & SPLENDID ITA LIDO INTERNATIONAL ITA PARK HOTEL ITA PICCOLA VELA VILLA ROSA HOTEL DESENZANO ITA ITA GARTENHOTEL VÖLSER HOF ITA HOTEL EMMI ITA PARC HOTEL MIRAMONTI ITA ROMANTIK HOTEL TURM ITA BRUNET THE DOLOMITES HOTEL ISOLABELLA WELLNESS ITA ITA HOTEL LUIS ITA HOTEL MIRABELLO SLOW ITA BLU HOTEL NATURA&SPA ITA FOLGARIA POST HOTEL ITA ALPHOTEL TALLER ITA HOTEL CAMINETTO ITA LUNA WELLNESS HOTEL ITA PARK HOTEL ITA CHALET DU LYS HOTEL&SPA ITA HOTEL LO SCOIATTOLO ITA SPORT HOTEL RUDOLF ITA CHALET EDEN ITA LE MIRAMONTI HOTEL ITA MONTANA LODGE&SPA ITA PLANIBEL HOTEL ITA RE DELLE ALPI ITA HOTEL CRISTALLO ITA YACHTING RESIDENCE ITA HOTEL DE CHARME LAVENO ITA LE BETULLE ITA VILLA TERESA ITA BIO HOTEL VILLA CECILIA ITA BIVIO HOTEL PLAZA ITA BOUTIQUE HOTEL SONNE ITA HOTEL BAITA MONTANA ITA HOTEL CONCORDIA ITA HOTEL FLORA ITA HOTEL LARICE ITA HOTEL POSTA ITA HOTEL ROBERTA ALPINE ITA HOTEL SPOL ITA HOTEL TOURING ITA MONT CHALET NEVADA ITA MOTA COMFORT SPA HOTEL ITA PARK CHALET VILLAGE HOTEL LOVERE RESORT & SPA ITA ITA CAMIN HOTEL LUINO ITA RELAIS VILLA PORTA ITA BOSCONE SUITE HOTEL ITA HOTEL ANDOSSI ITA SPORT HOTEL ALPINA ITA ALPEN SUITE HOTEL ITA BOUTIQUE HOTEL DIANA ITA CERANA RELAX HOTEL CHALET LAURA LODGE HOTEL ITA ITA CRISTAL PALACE HOTEL ITA HOTEL BERTELLI HOTEL CAMPIGLIO BELLAVISTA ITA ITA HOTEL CASA DEL CAMPO ITA HOTEL CHALET ITA HOTEL CHALET DEL BRENTA ITA HOTEL CHALET DEL SOGNO ITA HOTEL CLUB RELAIS ITA HOTEL CRISTIANIA ITA HOTEL CROZZON ITA HOTEL DAHU ITA HOTEL GARNÌ CAMINETTO ITA HOTEL GARNÌ CRISTALLO ITA HOTEL IDEAL ITA HOTEL LORENZETTI ITA HOTEL OBEROSLE ITA HOTEL ROSENGARTEN ITA HOTEL SPINALE ITA HOTEL SPLENDID ITA MAJESTIC HOTEL ITA SAVOIA PALACE HOTEL ITA SPORTHOTEL ROMANTIC ITA STYLE HOTEL GRIFONE ITA TH MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO ITA GRAND HOTEL MENAGGIO ITA GRAND HOTEL VICTORIA ITA CITY HOTEL MERANO ITA HOTEL BAVARIA ITA HOTEL EUROPA SPLENDID ITA HOTEL SITTNERHOF ITA PARK HOTEL MIGNON ITA WINDSOR MERANO ITA CASA DELLA CAPRA ITA ACTIVE ALM HOTEL ITA ADLER FAMILY ITA CENTRAL HOTEL ITA HOTEL GARDEN
CANAZEI CANAZEI CANAZEI CANAZEI CANAZEI CANAZEI CANAZEI CANNERO RIVIERA CANNERO RIVIERA CANNERO RIVIERA CASTELROTTO CASTELROTTO CASTELROTTO CASTELROTTO CASTELROTTO CASTELROTTO CASTELROTTO CASTELROTTO CASTELROTTO CASTELROTTO CASTELROTTO CASTELROTTO CAVALESE CAVALESE CAVALESE CAVALESE CAVALESE CAVALESE CAVALESE CAVALESE CESANA TORINESE CHAMPOLUC CHAMPOLUC CHAMPOLUC CHAMPOLUC CHAMPOLUC CHAMPOLUC CHAMPOLUC CHIAVENNA CLAVIERE COGNE COGNE COLICO CONEGLIANO CONEGLIANO CONEGLIANO CORTINA D'AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORTINA D’AMPEZZO CORVARA IN BADIA CORVARA IN BADIA CORVARA IN BADIA CORVARA IN BADIA CORVARA IN BADIA CORVARA IN BADIA CORVARA IN BADIA CORVARA IN BADIA CORVARA IN BADIA COURMAYEUR COURMAYEUR COURMAYEUR COURMAYEUR COURMAYEUR COURMAYEUR COURMAYEUR COURMAYEUR COURMAYEUR COURMAYEUR COURMAYEUR DARIO BOARIO TERME DESENZANO DEL GARDA DESENZANO DEL GARDA DESENZANO DEL GARDA DESENZANO DEL GARDA DESENZANO DEL GARDA DESENZANO DEL GARDA DESENZANO DEL GARDA FIÉ ALLO SCILIAR FIÉ ALLO SCILIAR FIÉ ALLO SCILIAR FIÉ ALLO SCILIAR FIERA DI PRIMIERO FIERA DI PRIMIERO FIERA DI PRIMIERO FIERA DI PRIMIERO FOLGARIA FOLGARIA FOLGARIDA FOLGARIDA FOLGARIDA FOLGARIDA GRESSONEY-LA-TRINITÉ GRESSONEY-LA-TRINITÉ GRESSONEY-SAINT-JEAN LA THUILE LA THUILE LA THUILE LA THUILE LA THUILE LA VILLA LAVENA PONTE TRESA LAVENO MOMBELLO LAVENO MOMBELLO LIMONE PIEMONTE LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LIVIGNO LOVERE LUINO LUINO MADESIMO MADESIMO MADESIMO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO MENAGGIO MENAGGIO MERANO MERANO MERANO MERANO MERANO MERANO MERGOZZO MOENA MOENA MOENA MOENA
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LEADING RELAX HOTEL MARIA ITA ITA RESIDENCE LASTÈ ITA RESORT DOLCE CASA ITA HOTEL BELLAVISTA ITA WINE HOTEL SAN GIACOMO ITA HOTEL ALPECHIARA ITA HOTEL PIANDINEVE ITA SPORT HOTEL VITTORIA ITA ALPIN HOTEL SONNBLICK ITA HOTEL WALDHOF ITA HOTEL BARRAGE ITA HOTEL VILLA GLICINI ITA HOTEL EUROPEO ITA BEVERLY HOTEL DOLOMEET BOUTIQUE HOTEL ITA ITA HOTEL CRISTINA LEFAY RESORT&SPA DOLOMITI ITA ITA OLYMPIC PALACE ITA BLU HOTEL ACQUASERIA ITA GRAND HOTEL PARADISO ITA HOTEL GARNI SORRISO ITA HOTEL MIRELLA ITA JOLLY RESORT&SPA ITA RESIDENCE CLUB ITA CHALET LA CIASETA ITA FAMILY HOTEL GRAN BAITA ITA HOTEL ANDA HOTEL TERME ANTICO BAGNO ITA ITA WELLNESS FASSA ITA HOTEL CASTEL PIETRA ITA FALKENSTEINER HOTEL ITA HOTEL RUDOLF ITA K1 MOUNTAIN CHALET MAJESTIC HOTEL & SPA RESORTITA ITA PARKHOTEL SCHÖNBLICK ITA ROYAL HOTEL HINTERHUBER ITA GRAND HOTEL LIBERTY ITA GRAND HOTEL RIVA ITA HOTEL ANTICO BORGO ITA HOTEL EUROPA ITA HOTEL LIDO PALACE ITA HOTEL LUISE ITA HOTEL PORTICI ITA HOTEL SOLE RELAX ITA VILLA NICOLLI ITA HOTEL LEON D’ORO ITA HOTEL BELLERIVE ITA HOTEL LAURIN ITA HOTEL SALÒ DU PARC ITA RIVALTA LIFE STYLE HOTEL ITA HOTEL ORSO GRIGIO ITA HOTEL VILLA STEFANIA ITA NATURHOTEL LEITLHOF ITA PARKHOTEL SOLE PARADISO ITA POST HOTEL ITA RESIDENCE SILVIA ITA SPORTHOTEL TYROL ITA ZIN SENFTER RESIDENCE ITA HOTEL LA VETTA ITA HOTEL LADINIA ITA RENÈ DOLOMITES BOUTIQUE ITA X ALP HOTEL ITA HOTEL MONTE SELLA ITA CHRISTOPHORUS MOUNTAIN ITA HOTEL AL SONNENHOF ITA HOTEL CHALET CORSO ITA HOTEL CONDOR ITA HOTEL MAREO DOLOMITES ITA HOTEL TERESA RESIDENCE PLAN DE CORONES ITA ITA SPORTHOTEL EXCLUSIVE ITA HOTEL BAITA FIORITA HOTEL RESIDENCE 3 SIGNORI ITA ITA HOTEL VEDIG ITA CHABERTON LODGE ITA HOTEL LA TORRE ITA RELAIS DES ALPES AGRITURISMO MASO LARCIUNEI ITA ITA APARTMENTS SUNELA ITA ARTHOTEL ANTERLEGHES ITA ASTOR SUITES B&B ITA BIANCANEVE FAMILY HOTEL ITA BOUTIQUE HOTEL NIVES ITA CHALET ELISABETH ITA GRANBAITA DOLOMITES ITA HOTEL AARITZ ITA HOTEL ACADIA ITA HOTEL ALPENROYAL ITA HOTEL ANTARES ITA HOTEL CHALET S ITA HOTEL CONTINENTAL ITA HOTEL DORFER ITA HOTEL FANES ITA HOTEL FREINA ITA HOTEL GARNI DOLOMIEU ITA HOTEL GENZIANA ITA HOTEL MIRAVALLE ITA HOTEL OSWALD HOTEL PORTILLO DOLOMITES ITA ITA HOTEL SOMONT ITA HOTEL SUN VALLEY ITA HOTEL TYROL ITA HOTEL WELPONER ITA LUXURY CHALET PLAZOLA ITA MOUNTAIN DESIGN HOTEL MOUNTAIN HOME VILLA ANNA ITA ITA RESIDENCE ISABELL ITA RESIDENCE VILLA FUNTANES RESIDENCE VILLA GRAN BAITA ITA THE LAURIN SMALL&CHARMING ITA ITA WELLNESS RESIDENCE VILLA ITA RESIDENCE VILLA AL SOLE ITA HOTEL TRE CIME SESTO ALPENWELLNESSHOTEL ST.VEIT ITA ITA APARTMENTS RIEGA ITA BERGHOTEL SEXTEN ITA CIMA DODICI B&B ITA FAMILY RESORT RAINER ITA HOTEL ALPENBLICK ITA HOTEL DOLOMITENHOF ITA HOTEL MONIKA ITA HOTEL MONTE CROCE ITA BAD MOOS ITA GRAND HOTEL SESTRIERE ITA HOTEL CRISTALLO ITA HOTEL IL FRAITEVINO HOTEL SHACKLETON MOUNTAIN ITA ITA PRINCIPI DI PIEMONTE ITA ACTIVEHOTEL DIANA ARTNATUR DOLOMITES HOTEL ITA ITA HOTEL WALDRAST DOLOMITI ITA MIRABELL ALPINE GARDEN ITA NATUR RESIDENCE ITA SCHWARZER ADLER ITA SENSORIA DOLOMITES ITA DOLMITES NATURE ITA BAD RATZES ITA HOTEL CEVEDALE PARADIES MOUNTAIN RESORT ITA ITA GRAND HOTEL DELLA POSTA ITA GRAND HOTEL BRISTOL ITA GRAND HOTEL DES ILES ITA HOTEL ASTORIA ITA HOTEL LA PALMA ITA HOTEL MILAN SPERANZA ITA HOTEL REGINA PALACE ITA HOTEL EDELHOF ITA HOTEL IL CERVO ITA CURT DI CLEMENT ECO ITA HOTEL CENTRALE ITA HOTEL DOSSES ITA ALPINHOTEL VAJOLET ITA GRAND HOTEL TREMEZZO ITA HOTEL LENNO ITA ALBERGO ACCADEMIA ITA BOUTIQUE EXCLUSIVE B&B ITA GRAND HOTEL TRENTO ITA HOTEL AMERICA ITA HOTEL BUONCONSIGLIO ITA BÄRENHOTEL ITA BERGHOTEL HOTEL ITA HOTEL CHRISTOPH ITA KRONPLATZ-RESORT ITA HOTEL DU LAC ITA HOTEL ROYAL VICTORIA ITA HOTEL VILLA CIPRESSI ITA GRAND HOTEL MAJESTIC ITA HOTEL ANCORA ITA HOTEL BELVEDERE ITA HOTEL PALLANZA ITA GRAND HOTEL MIRAMONTI ITA HOTEL DELLE ALPI ITA HOTEL RESTAURANT LILIE ITA WELLNESS PARADISE
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I believe it’s useless to persist in an attempt to transform the female condition. I don't even think that feminism is something marginal or of little relevance, of course. I am simply convinced that women belong to the human population with the same rights as anyone else. Exactly how I consider the protections in favor of disabled people, homosexuals, or elderly people to be absurd. Not because that’s
wrong, let alone. But because it is an indicator of all the worst moral failings that belong to our species. I understand, however, and reluctantly, the utopia of my thinking. What illusory society would guarantee the common quiet life without having respect being imposed by law? In the meantime, as we come to the bottom of the dilemma, you will never see me taking the side of the
so-called "feminism" because, I repeat, I believe in the mirage of equality, of gender and beyond, as a starting point, not as an ending one.
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