Enrico Rosso

Biella, Piemonte - Italy

Since the mid-80s he has committed on technical climbing, “lightweight” and alpine style.
He considers climbing a creative motivation, an attempt of connection with the spirit, just as in many artistic practices. His choices were as much aesthetic as technical and to isolated and unknown mountains. Enrico has climbed in Peru, Patagonia, he has traced a difficult new route on the east face of the Grandes Jorasses a variant on the northeast spur of Thalay Sagar and made an attempt on the North edge of the K2 and lots more.
Since 2006, he is undertaking several trips in Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego to complete several climbs and to complete the second phase of the research on the figure of Alberto De Agostini. In 2006, together with the Peruvian Hector Vidal Lopez and Amador Maquin Figueroa, he climbed the Aiguille Poincenot (3036 m) and Cerro De Girad, the Hielo Continental Sur, on the west spur.
On the following years, Enrico climbed the Cerro Solo, Cerro Electrico, and Cerro Vespignani for filming reasons

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