16 February 2011
Strong winds also caused havoc in the second stage, a 47 kilometre kayaking leg down the Grey and Serrano rivers to the base of the massive Monte Balmaceda. Race organizers, Nomadas Outdoor Services were forced to delay the start of this section as a result of the high winds.
In addition to making the conditions particularly challenging physically, the wind has also caused some equipment problems, including gear problems and a kayak rudder failure.
Wenger Patagonian Expedition Race 2011 - Day 1: Kayak with the storm
6 January 2009
A snowkiting session, not so easy, pretty extreme, toward the summit above the Monteynard Lake. Not so many snowkiting view, sorry, but the interest is real for the snowkiters who know this difficult mountain area.
22 May 2014
Wolfgang Güllich was the first climber who accomplished the “Action Directe” route in the Franconian woods in 1991. This route is truly a massive challenge for your fingers, ligaments and sinews. This route had been a whole new dimension of difficulty. However, Wolfgang Güllich and neither Mammut Pro athlete Jan Hojer did not hesitate to climb this hell of a route.
23 September 2013
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