MATTERHORN 2015 | BEGINS THE CELEBRATIONS FOR THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIRST TWO ASCENTS
Montura partner of 10 days Matterhorn 2015
Starting Friday, July 10, the celebrations for the 150th anniversary of the first two ascents of Matterhorn with a performance of the Frecce Tricolori. The aerobatic team will perform over the mountain on Friday morning, when it will start also the Open days with the Matterhorn Guides. At 18, the inauguration of the exhibition 150 anni fa, il Cervino by Giangiuseppe Barmasse at ancient Chapel of Cervinia and at 22 it will be activated the spectacular floodlit of the mountain. At Fort of Bard, from July 7 to 8 November, we underline Matterhorn 150x10, exposure of the summit triangle object of portraits through the different languages of the twentieth century.
This and much more in the rich program of celebrations that will last until July 19.
MONTURA PARTNER OF CERVINO 150 YEARS
Always Montura research is attentive to the close relationship between the human being and the nature, "new ways" that are established in this delicate relationship of which the beginning and the end are not known. The history of the moutaineering and mountains are the quintessential cultural heritage of this research that during the long years history of the company has increased relationships and collaborations with the most experienced mountaineers internationally and with leading lovers and historians of mountaineering.
Supporting and accompanying the realization of this important celebration on the first new routes of the Matterhorn, just 150 years ago, the brand Montura concretely reaffirms its support for Italian events that stand for quality and content, on the international scene, enhancing the concept and cultural objectives of the company, over the years become a symbol of style and research in the areas of its competence. First of all, the exploratory mountaineering. Searching a new way.
Alongside a gallery of a recent ascent of the Gran Becca by our athlete Christophe Dumarest. Photo © Marc Daviet.
More information coming in and asking at our Alpstation Aosta.