Reports from recent tours:
  Karakoram 2016 (Broad Peak & Gasherbrum IV)
  Hagshu north face, Indian Himalaya
  Slovenian Route - Triglav North Face
  Bernese Oberland Ski Touring
  Haute Route 2014
  Chamonix, Vallee Blanche
  Prestreljenik ski touring
  Ski touring on Vi┼íevnik
  Traverse of Stor┼żi─Ź group
  Livada route (Jerebica)
  Jalovec (Julian Alps)
  Slovenian route (Triglav)
  Aschenbrenner route - Julian Alps
  ┼álosarska route in Triglav
  Monte Rosa
  Climbs above Saas Fee
  German route (Triglav) 23.7.2013
  Mont Blanc (6.-8.7.2013)
  Ski touring on Mt Blanc (12.-13.5.)
  Ski touring on Grossglockner (11.-12.4.2013)
  Ski touring around Prestreljenik
  Ice climbing course and ski touring
  Powder above Ljubelj
  Steber reve┼żev in winter
  Kamnitnik (25.10.2012)
  Zeleni┼íke ┼ápice ridge
  Kuffners ridge
  Haute Route trek
  Via Ferratas in Dolomites 20. - 22.6.2012
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  Monte Rosa  
  Monte Rosa is the second highest mountain in the Alps. Before we climbed its highest summit Dufourspitze (4634 m), we spent three days for the acclimatization in mountains above Ayas hut. We climbed Pollux (4092 m), Castor (4223 m) and did the traverse of Breithorn (4164 m).  
Approach to the Ayas Hut Pollux Pollux
Pollux summit (4092 m) Ascent on Castor
Castor On the summit of Castor (4223 m) Castor
Crevasse rescue training Breithorn Breithorn
Breithorn Breithorn  

Monte Rosa
The ascent on Monte Rosa was three days long. The first day we approached to the new Monte Rosa Hut. Next day was very long. We climbed more than 1800 vertical meters to reach the summit of Dufourspitze (4634 m) and then return back to the hut. The last day we left the hut and reached the train on Rotenboden station.
Monte Rosa Approach to the hut
New Monte Rosa Hut View towards Matterhorn
Last tricky climb before the summit Summit of Dufourspitze (4634 m)  


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