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Loving life at Verdon Gorges!


We loved a lot traveling in Verdon last spring.La Palud is the place to be when it´s not too hot. The equivalent french of Yosemite, an emblematic place where the climbing stories are a resume of the french history of rock climbing. We have learned a lot about the climbing legends from there. And also we have heard some fun stories from them like when Francois Guillot and Joel Coqueugnot opened in 1968 "la Demande" the first route at Verdon Gorges and It was the opportunity that Francois had to ask the hand of Joel's daughter in marriage.. and it's because the called the route ¨la demande¨. They had no fear. Those guys climbed this wide crack with only a few slings to catch the Cades (an old kind of Guniper hocked in the walls) and a pair of pitons. I have to mention also names like Stephane Troussier or Jacques Perrier who were involved of this amazing time for the climbing history in Verdon.The 80th were made by Patrick Edlinger, this charismatic blond climber choose la Palud to live and train, he made rock climbing a modern and popular sport, and even more a way to live!! Paul Janssen made two really nice films with him in Verdon gorges ("La vie au bout des doigts" and "Opéra Vertical" in 82 and 83).In the 90 the l'UCPA (a kind of french YMCA) established a camp in la palud. This holidays place is organizing sport camp, and allowed lots of modest climbers to discover the gorges, so far only the elite could climb there! The director Michel Suhubiette a mountain guides bolted lots of routes in level 5+, 6 and 7. They are doing a really good job over there.We climbed "Les marche du temps" a very aery and technical vertical slab graded 7a.Actually there are a lot of new sport climbing areas thanks to Graou (Bruno Clément). He is a tireless climber/bolter. He opened an endless list of sublime lines like Tom et Jerry, 8b+ (5.14a) wich I had the chance to climb last year. This 60 meter tuffa is probably the most beautiful line I'd ever climbed. Beautiful photo by my friend Jan Novak This year I discovered "Hulkosaure" one unique line bolted also by Graou. It's one simple and spectacular 5.14a/25 mtrs tuffa where it's impossible to remember any secuences, you just have to climb one big hold to the top! what a fight! I was really happy to be able to climb this amazing line situated in the Hulk Cave. We also climbed some multipitch like Alix punk du Verdon in Paroi du Duc. This 300 meters steep route offers 10 stunning pitches of athletic climbing, comfortable belay always and good holdes up to 7b+. It was very nice experience to climb this beautiful and sustained route also recommended by Arnaud Petit's guide book. It's great to see how this place is respected  by thousands of visitors and it keeps clean after so many years. Good example to follow! Beside climbing we enjoyed also the first bath after the winter in the beautiful Lac de Sainte Croix, promenades, ice cream, and of course some shopping in Moustier.  We love this magical place!! Thanks to my perfect climber partner Pierre Muller for this amazing trip. And to my good friends Phil Bence and Jan Novak for the beautiful photos!![...]



I started climbing when I was 18 years old.I climbed a lot in the beautiful but limited volcanic rock of the Canary Islands, where I am from, until I decided to move to Catalunya, one of the best places of the world for sport climbing. This place is really special for me. It´s where I realized I wanted to climb and to live close to the rock. I am very thankful to my good friends who introduced me to this unique activity and taught me about enjoy being in the nature. I feel really lucky. After 10 years living my dream in this climbing paradise I injured a finger very bad and I couldn´t climb for almost eight months. What a bummer!! I had to reset something on my mind and I started to learn how to enjoy climbing in a different way. My passion for climbing was the same but it was more about doing beautiful lines not matter what difficult they were and traveling to new beautiful places where I´ve never been. It wasn´t easy in the beginning beacuse I was use to be the typical fanatic climber who want to try projects always but I think sometime ¨bad things¨ happens for a good reason and It was an amazing discovery for me. The balance between going climbing to enjoy nature and beauty of the places and trying hard to explore my limits.It feel very good when you can climb in different spots, meeting new people, climbing new lines always and learning different styles of rock. Going through the process of learning about the people, the culture and the community is an interesting experience. I love that but I love to try my limits too, so this winter I wanted to reconnect with an special place already known and I choose to go back to Catalunya, the place that never disappoints me, where I can get inspiring in the same way that 10 years ago. People there love climbing and you can feel this vibe. They work a lot for the climbing community, bolting new lines that we can enjoy later, keeping clean the climbing places, making really good guidebooks to help us to know the routes that we can climb and the good ways to get to the walls,etc And sometime this people are also professional climbers, like my good friend Dani Andrada. He is a very good known climber who has contributed greatly to the climbing community investing his time and his money to develop new areas and to keep safe the lines This job and the beauty Catalunya has to be respect because thousands of people enjoy this place every year and we all must preserve it. We have to respect the nature in the same way we respect the things we love. Because we are an active part of this climbing group, I feel so lucky thinking about that, so as Dani and many others friends do, we also can work to contribute to keep these places beautiful and safe. It´s our responsability and it´s so much easy!! Climb hard and take care of the nature, that´s it!Photos by my friend Paolo Sartori :) [...]

Mallorca Yoga/Climbing Retreat!!


Yoga, Climbing and DWS in the paradise next September! We are waiting for you! :)
With Olivia Hsu, Miguel Riera and SomeWhere Club!

Gripped Cover


Thanks so much to my friends from Gripped (Canadian Climbing Magazine) for this nice cover!
What a beautiful photo by Carolina Treadway! Gracias guapa!

Sending everyone a lot of motivation! ;)

Summer travels... Peru! :)


Travel, what a beautiful thing!! …throught travels you can meet people from everywhere, amazing places, different cultures.. and still you can do what you love, I mean play on the rocks.. that makes climbing a unique activity! ..not change the attraction is the scenery which changes. I feel very lucky to have the opportunity to travel to some new incredibles places with a really good company. Some of these travels were not organized and this make it more interesting still... Our travel to Peru last summer was like this, an unexpected trip and it was great.. like all things we don´t plan..It was very nice to share motivation and passion with many climbers (most women) from Peru in the INKAFEST (Mountain Film Festival in Lima) I have to say thanks to Salvador Guinot from Mon Vertical/Petzl Peru and Ivan Canturin for the invitation to this Festival, it was a really cool experience for me to be there.. Gracias chicas... so inspiring! :)After some days in the city we decided to move to Huaraz, a small but busy town located close to these huge mountains, La Cordillera Blanca (east) and La Cordillera Negra (west). We meet many friends there like Zarela. She is the owner of the hostel where we stayed and it was very nice to be there with her enjoying the delicious breakfast every morning! Sweet days at Casa Zarela. We meet also some other friends who are Alpine guides and they work in those intimidating mountains. So much respect for them, they are a real Spartans! You can climb also in Huaraz if you are not an alpinist, there are some nice bouldering and sport climbing areas. Hatun machay at 4200 mtrs high is one of the best climbing areas around.. I loved it.. although I had a bad headache from the altitude!! :) ayayaiiii...Thanks so much to our good friend Hibraym Rios for bringing us to all those beautiful climbing places..! we hope to see you soon!And well the last part of our trip we wanted to be like a real tourists and we visited some really beautiful places like Cuzco City and the massive Machu Picchu, considered one of the New Seven Wonder of the world. It´s unbelievable how they built this strategic city up there in the mountain.. the conquerors never arrived there! ..we were very happy to be there in this special place :)[...]

Women of Climbing 2015


Women of Climbing 2015 Calendar 

Thanks to my friend Bernardo Gimenez for this beautiful picture from our trip last summer in Brazil where we traveled with Colette Mclnerney and Olivia Hsu.. we have to do it again!! :)

..and thanks so much to Heidi Bend to publish it on this inspirational calender of fanatics women!

Video ¨Las Motivadas¨ by Colette Mclnerney


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About travels, climbing, girls.. life!
Good job Colette Mclnerney! Thanks so much Prana!

¨Tom et Je Ris¨


Photo Bernardo Gimenez
Happy! :-)

Some days ago I climbed my dream line "Tom et Je Ris" 8b+/60 meters tufa climbing in the Verdon Gorge, France. It's the most special route I've ever climbed. The exposure, difficulty  and logistics for getting to the route make of this line really different from any route I tried before. 

Thanks to Bruno Clement "Graou" for bolting this amazing line.
Thanks to my friends the photographer Bernardo Gimenez and Carlos Logroño for sharing this beautiful experience with me.. and big thanks to Patrick because one more time it was much easier with his support!

Now its time for going to visit my friend in US at the OR in Salt Lake City!
See you there!!

La bella Italy..


Definitly Italy is a very special place..It´s very easy to get caught by the energy of this country. The culture, the enthusiasm of the people, landscapes.. and specially the amazing food here!I have visited Italy many times and I have had the opportunity to share really good moments with the fanatic people from here but this time it has been different because I didnt feel like this in long time after to visit one place ¨just for climbing¨. Normally I want to come back home but It was different leaving from there..I felt sad to leave my friends and my home for the last two months.. well I think that is not a bad thing at all, it´s a feeling that keeps me connected to this beautiful place.. the place where I want to come back soon :-)I decided to go to Italy after a climbing rest with my family in Gran Canaria, because I wanted to know another climbing place, I had just returned from Brazil a couple weeks ago and I loved the idea to keep climbing and discovering new areas again.So I told the idea to my good friends Anna and Carlos and we made that it happens!We climbed in many different places really close to France in the north west of the country. There are beautiful climbing places with high quality routes specially Andonno where I would like to come back soon because for first time in this year I had a very good feeling with one project  after my finger injury last december.. Ci piace Andonno!! Everything is getting better.Also we took the advantage to make a short trip to visit the South and we decide to take the boat from Genova to Sicily knowing that we would have a wild sea because the huge storm that whipped Sardinia.. we were dizzy and it was a really long 24 hours trip with also Chaxi and my car.. but anyways it was very funny trip. In Sicily we drove arround the island from north to south from San Vito lo Capo to Siracusaand we enjoyed the sea, the awesome climbing areas and one more time we were in love with the food... soooo good! It ´s funny how you can feel the island style specially in the south.. they live so chilling also you can feel that when they talk.. it sounds like the canarian accent in Spain, something like this :-) I love it! We shared climbing days and beers with the locals climbers from there and they were super nice with us. Thanks especially to our friend MDassimo Capucho for giving us all the information about climbing in Sicily and also for hosting us kindly at the Agriturismo ¨La Frescura¨, where we could enjoy the sun every morning with the amazing views of the Ionian sea in front and the Etna volcano behind us.. yes, Italy is a very special place.  Photos by Patrick Franza!! thanks!! :-)[...]



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Era Vella Camp!!


Slideshow in Austria!


Sender One!!!


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Sender One is the first indoor rock climbing facility owned and designed by the world's most iconic rock climber, Chris Sharma. With over 25,000 square feet of climbing surface and walls up to 50 feet high, Sender One is every climber's paradise no matter the skill level or experience. 

Join Chris Sharma, Daila Ojeda, Daniel Woods, Sierra Blair-Coyle and more for the Grand Opening event on June 15th, 2013.

Prana profile :-)


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Thanks to my friends from Prana for this!! :-)

Good job like always to Colette Mclnerney and Joe Kinder!
I´ll miss you guys! Vamos!!!

The Island Trilogy - trailer


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The Island Trilogy - Trailer

Poco a poco pero... venga!!!


How to learn the difficult lesson to have patience..? That has been my task in the last three months..
Snowboard with my friends, BBQ, visit to Gran Canaria, photoshoot with our friends from Prana, flamenco shows at nights with the american team... and fanatic redpoints from my friends!!!
Congrats to Chris for sending his project ¨La Dura Dura¨!.. That has been an award for perseverance and motivation! Good job pequeño!! You deserve it! :-)

And well, now my finger is getting much better and I feel ready to finish this chapter of my life trying to learn to enjoy other activities.. I know I can have fun doing other things besides climbing but I want to climb.. It´s what I want to do now.. because climbing makes me happy and I like that :-)
Venga!! Poco a poco pero.. venga!

Klettern Magazine


Thanks to our good friend Rainer Eder! :-)



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Generations by Prana


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Team Petzl In Spain!!


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A day in the life of Team Petzl in Spain from Petzl-sport on Vimeo.
Another really nice work from Joey Kinder!! good job dude!

Bouldering Gran Canaria..


The strong climber Samuel Calvente from Gran Canaria shows us this beautiful climbing area..

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A really nice work from Xabier Brey on Vimeo :-)

small important things...


Santa Linya.. projects and good friends! :-)

A short but fun trip to US to participate in the Outdoor Retail in Salt Lake City and having some nice days in Santa Cruz!! sweet..

Climb in Peace!!


If you want to enjoy climbing in Spain and not think anything else in your holidays, you should visit ¨Climb in peace¨ to contact with our good friend Cristian Lamiel. He will find the best accommodation for you here!! :-) That´s sick!



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