1969-2019: 50 years of "Ciamorces de Fascia"
A photo exhibition to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the "Ciamorces de Fascia", the Val di Fassa’s Alpine guides
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In 2019 the "Ciamorces de Fasha" (The chamois from Fassa, in Ladin), group made of more than 70 alpinists, mountain guides and member of the Alpine rescue, celebrates 50 years of activity. Together with the public appointments in some villages of the valley, there is also a photographic exhibition that narrates the most important stages of the history of the "Ciamorces". Among these, the expedition to Patagonia in 1976 and that on the Cho Oyu of 1996 (at 8,201 metres). Among the most famous in the group: Tone Valeruz, world-wide myth of extreme skiing, Sergio Valentini, who reached the top of the Everest without oxygen in 2007, and Bruno Pederiva, who is the president of the "Ciamorces". At the Town Council Hall, free entry.
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