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I give many lectures about my adventures in nature and the impressions of untouched wildness inspire not only the many interested people, but also inspire me again and again. However, the most common question I am always asked is, “What should I do in an encounter with wolves or bears?” The simplest and blanket answer to that is, “Do nothing.”
Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in the Alps at 4810m and one of the hardest aspects of climbing it is getting your acclimatisation right. In this blog post I will talk you through a strategy for acclimatising in the Alps.
I have been a mountain guide now for more than 20 years and practice all varieties of alpinism. Nowadays as a mountain guide, I like to find fun and innovative routes to climb and offer these routes, which are mostly very performance driven, to more experienced climbers.
Discover Le Voyage, one of the finest hard trad routes I've ever encountered! Climbed by James Pearson in 2017, it held the title of France's toughest traditional route. Over the years, it slipped from my focus, but a recent development reignited my interest.