South Tyrol - Dolomites Ice Climbing Guide

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<p><span style="font-size: 14px;">That South Tyrol must be an ice climbing eldorado has long been clear to most of those involved in the frozen splendor. On the one hand there is the south side of the main Alpine ridge - on the other hand there are the Dolomites. If nothing should work here, then where? And that there is a lot going on here is proven by the new guide, which is now in its second edition. New on board in the team of authors are the mountain guide Veit Bertagnolli and Roland Marth. The described area has been considerably extended: from the upper Vinschgau Valley via Sulden, the Brenner mountains and the Merano region to the southern Dolomites. With the Pustertal and its satellites as well as the actual Dolomites this results in the most powerful Panico ice climbing guide of all times. On almost 500 pages, all relevant ice climbing possibilities are described meticulously and precisely. The result leaves nothing to be desired: whether you are an ice novice, dry-tooling enthusiast or master of fragile ice columns - "with this guide you will be helped".</span></p><p><span style="font-size: 14px; font-weight: bold;">Konrad Auer &amp; Veit Bertagnolli &amp; Roland Marth | Panico | 2nd edition 2017 | 480 pages | format 18,5 x 12 cm | Language German</span></p>
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