“One of the greatest qualities of the mountaineer is observation.”
Good thing Galuchot Victor took a moment to observe this terrain and administer a few well place stomps to this ridge before dropping in. This thing was ready go:
ENGLISH TRANSLATION TO VICTOR’S COMMENTS TO ABOVE VIDEO:
4 days ago, I decided that for all my outings from now on, I will find very safe climbs to reach the top on the lines. Do not expose myself to the climb and make fine corridors that I can purge from above before making the decision to ski or not. Here is the first lane I did after making this decision …
I find a solution to get around the problem because I don’t have the wisdom to stay home.
The mountain does not want to let us pass. So we force the passage. And we are wrong.
I think I am gauging it properly.
But if a man who has climbed the Green 100 times gets tricked, who am I to think of managing?
One of the greatest qualities of the mountaineer is observation. There I think we saw enough to brake with both feet.
Some will do the best lines of the year, others the last of their lives. I would like to ski again next spring and those after.
I can’t tell you not to go. I myself will go.
But I lower my gauge to the minimum.
Appreciate the mountains with lesser goals. The time that again, she agrees to let us pass.
Happy skiing to all