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Flying from the Cerro Torre! With Pablo Pontoriero

The Cerro Torre is a 3000+ meters high granite needle located in windswept Patagonia. An obsession for numerous mountaineers, the Cerro Torre has long been known as the “impossible” mountain because of the permanently bad weather and strong wind. Following in the footsteps of Fabian Buhl who took-off from its summit with his SuSi 3 in 2020, our team pilot, the Argentine Pablo Pontoriero, and the Swiss mountaineers Roger Schäli and Mario Heller also took the fastest route back to El Chalten on 19/01/2022.

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Sam Anthamatten’s family: the incredible mountaineering siblings

Born and raised in Zermatt, Switzerland, Sam and his two brothers, Simon and Martin, started skiing as soon as they could walk. After qualifying as a mountain guide, Sam started to focus on skiing and became a world well-known freerider. All that was missing was paragliding as a string to add to his bow...

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Fabi Lentsch: a foreign native

Pro skier and SuSi lover, Fabian Lentsch spent a whole year exploring Iran's uncharted slopes. During his first visit to this amazing country, Fabi fell in love with Iran's landscapes, culture, language and people and decided to come back but not just as a simple tourist...

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A Nordic combination by Marlies and Andi

Marlies Czerny and Andreas Lattner headed to Lofoten with their bikes, packraft and paragliders. Located in Norway, Lofoten archipelago has astonishing scenery with dramatic mountains and peaks, open sea and sheltered bays, beaches and untouched lands.

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