Arbol de Navidad - Chiapas - La venta
Here are the pictures of one of the last major shipment of caving group La Venta in Mexico, more precisely in Chiapas, engaged in a shipment of monitoring and rescue of a and very important historic concretion for the Mexican tourism as the Arbol De Navidad del Cañon del Sumidero.
Torrente Kondor, Nese (BG) - ph. Marcello Carminati
Performed in Verona - Dino Arbori
Dino Arbori sent us some pictures of his work performed in Verona.
Has used our Anellox skewed with 10 mm hole. Beautiful, is not it?
Project SAFERALP - FERRATA DELLA MEMORIA
Friday, October 2nd we were invited to the inauguration of the “Ferrata della Memoria” at the headquarters of Dolomiticert in Longarone (BL).
The route, built entirely with Raumer products, is a teaching route, madebased on the results of the Project Saferalp and dedicated to the memory of the victims of Vajont.
Photo Contest"SEARCHING IMAGES": HERE ARE THE WINNERS
At the end of the photo contest "SEARCHING IMAGES", the Raumer Srl has decided to select the following images:
ALPINE: Eiger North Face, "the White Spider", Switzerland - photo Floriano Martinaglia
Reason: for the contrast between the serene quiet of the valley and the strict verticality of the ice wall
CLIMBING: Casterino, France - photo Enrico Turnaturi
Reason: for the evocative image and the idea of representing the eclectic world of climbing
CANYONING: Rio Lasino - Vanzone San Carlo, Verbania - photos of Marcello "Figaro" Carminati
For the intrepid courage in descending the ravine with the waterfall
CAVING: Sala Zero, Buso della neve - Monte Zingarella - photos of S-Team Sandro Sedran
Reason: for the thrill of being in a unique environment!
Kalimnos Rebolting Project
Here is the plan of the arragement of the crags of Kalimnos!
The first sector to be rebolted is Great Canyon.
The overall project includes the opening of 100 new routes, in addiction to the arrangement of the existing ones, using all Raumer's anchors.
Mayotte is an island that is part of the archipelago of Comoros archipelago, made up of two islands: Grande Terre and Petite Terre. Route Bouéni is in the area of Hagnoundrou and was inaugurated in 2014.
They are used all Raumer's anchors.
The implementation was carried out by Joris Aromatario with the help of numerous institutional and private partners. The start of the route is reaching before driving along the road "National Road 6", and then having a short journey on foot through forests of bananas and mangos.
The equipped route takes about 2 hours, for a drop of about 100 m and it is characterized by wood planks carved by a local craftsman and tables with naturalistic informations.
... And then you can complete the day with a bath with the turtles in the Baie des Tortues! Wonderful!!!
Anna Verrà - New climbing route on Sengio Alto - Baffelan
Bisson and Falloppi opened a new climbing route on Sengio Alto - Baffelan!
Toccata e Fuga - Andrea Bosticco
We are happy to present this new Climbing Guide written by Andrea Bosticco, that proposes the list of climbable structures in Viù Valley.
The Guide is divided into chapters, each one describing a macro area, which represents an area of interest. Each area is accompanied by a map, on which you can identify the climbing sectors.
Raumer products used by TRAKS/SAS in the UAE!!!
Ferrata Falconera di Varallo Sesia (VC) - ph. Guida Alpina Michele Cucchi
La Venta- Tepui - Ph. Vittorio Crobu
New crag of Paganella
Via Ferrata n.107 - Croda dei Toni
Route n°107 connects the Rifugio Carducci with Bivacco dei Toni, circling the Croda dei Toni and it is made almost entirely with Raumer material.
From here you can easily reach the Refuge Pian Di Cengia o Comici.
Remember to tackle the route with via ferrata set and helmet.
Via des Evettes - La Flégère Chamonix - Mont Blanc
The new Via des Evettes is a superb concept. This is a brilliant idea of the Compagnie du Mont-Blanc with advice from the Compagnie des Guides.
This new and exciting route allows people with no climbing experience to adventure into the high mountains with exceptional safety and to realize their first experience of high alpine climbing.