Kayak to Climb: "Fair Means" in Wild Patagonia (Ep. 7)
05.28.2018 - By The Cutting Edge
In February, Matteo Della Bordella from Italy and Silvan Schüpbach from Switzerland did the first ascent of a very remote peak in Patagonia. But what made their adventure truly exceptional was their "fair means" style, paddling sea kayaks for 100 kilometers to and from base camp, carrying all the food, expedition, and climbing gear for up to a month in the mountains. The AAJ's Chris Kalman spoke to both of them to get the story, including their close call with a tsunami!
The Cutting Edge is presented by Hilleberg the Tentmaker. This podcast is produced by the American Alpine Club.